Ticket applications need to be submitted by 11am Friday 27th June
and you have a three week window to register your interest. UEFA expect at least 50% of the total stadium capacity will be made available for the general public. FAW confirmed earlier this week that 25,000 tickets applications have been received so far, but there's still time to register your interest.UEFA.comImportantly, tickets for the match can only be purchased online at
to register and you must provide debit/credit card details as part of this process. Payments will only be processed if your application is successful. In order to ensure as many people as possible have a chance to attend the match, a maximum of four tickets per application is allowed. 11am [UK time] on Friday 27 JuneYou have until
You will be asked to select your preferred price category and the number of tickets required in that category. Customers can also indicate whether they would like to be allocated tickets in an alternative price category should their preferred price category be unavailable. Ticket prices, as set by UEFA, are:
Category 3: £40
Category 2: £75
Category 1: £110
Accessibility tickets are £40 along with a complimentary ticket for the accompanying carer. Click here to register your interest in purchasing tickets.
July 2014. thPlease note that if ticket applications exceed the number of tickets available, a ballot will take place. Successful applicants will receive a confirmation e-mail of their order by no later than 7
Applicants can also check the status of their application by logging into their UEFA ticket account. Tickets, which will include the applicant’s name, will be despatched by secure post before the end of July 2014.
We hope to see you on August 12 for what will be an amazing occasion!