The Polish Football Association informs that the sale of tickets for the general public for the UEFA Under-21 Championship Poland 2017 is underway from 21 February 2017 via the website tickets.u21poland.com. In total, there is approx. 330,000 tickets available for the 21 fixtures of the tournament.
SALE OF TICKETS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC
The sale of tickets allocated for the general public (62% of all tickets) will start on 21 February 2017 and will take place via the website tickets.u21poland.com.
An individual can purchase a maximum of 8 tickets for each fixture of the tournament. The tickets are sold on a “first come, first served” basis.
In the sale of tickets for the general public the following payment methods is available: bank transfers, card payments (credit or debit), as well as transactions via online payment facilities (Przelewy24 or Dotpay).
TICKETS FOR OTHER TARGET GROUPS
• Ticket distribution for organized groups of school-age children and youth, academies, as well as, clubs (15% of all tickets) is run by regional coordinators appointed by each of the six Polish Local Football Associations hosting tournament matches within their regions.
• Ticket distribution for the fans of participating national teams (7% of all tickets) is run by their respective national football associations in cooperation with UEFA.
• Distribution of higher standard tickets, i.e. Corporate Hospitality seats, (3% of all tickets) is run by the Polish Football Association.
Important: All the tickets which will not be purchased by the above-listed target groups, sponsors, and stakeholders of the tournament will be regularly earmarked for the general public sale.
Tickets available on sale are divided into two categories:
• Category 1 – seats along the touch-line
• Category 2 – seats behind the goals and in the corners
Each of the six venues will offer wheelchair accessible seating. In such cases, the ticket will entitle both the wheelchair user and their caregiver to enter the stadium.
Below are presented the exact ticket prices for matches in three tournament stages:
The UEFA Under-21 Championship Poland 2017 will take place between 16 and 30 June 2017 in six Polish Host Cities: Bydgoszcz, Gdynia, Kielce, Kraków, Lublin, and Tychy.