French fans are preparing to embark on a long crusade to support the Blues at the Euro 2020. Already qualified after the sluggish victory against Moldova on Thursday (2-1), the Blues must still confirm their first place Group H Sunday in Tirana against Albania.
It will then be a question of waiting for the draw made on November 30 in Bucharest (Romania) to know the composition of the groups and therefore the two cities where the first three games of the Blues will compete. Knowing that the cards can still be rebuffed on April 1 after the roadblocks if ever a host country validated his ticket in the spring.
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For the French fans, it will be necessary to be positioned earlier if they want to profit from the quota of places allocated to the tricolores by UEFA. A quota whose number has not yet been determined. Tickets will be marketed by UEFA between 4 and 18 December. To facilitate the process, the FFF launched this Friday a website: Lesbleus2020.fr.
Partnerships with travel agencies
Fans will have to register via a form and will receive a unique access code by e-mail. They will use it on the official website of the Euro 2020 where the ticketing will be set up. They will be able to buy their places for the group stage and the knockout games until the final. If the Blues are not qualified for the tours purchased, the seats will be fully refunded. The Federation has also forged partnerships with travel agencies to offer complete packages to follow one or more matches of the team of France.
In addition to the dedicated website of the FFF, there will always be the possibility to buy tickets directly on the ticketing platform. But it will certainly go through a draw and give up the fact of being grouped with the rest of the tricolor contingent.
Multiple obstacles that currently prevent French fans from anticipating travel and accommodation. With the financial cost that implies. A meeting with the representatives of the associations of supporters is scheduled this Friday at the headquarters of the French Football Federation.