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England's Euro 2024 campaign: Can fans still secure tickets for the tournament?

Players of England pose for a team photo prior to the international friendly match between England and Bosnia & Herzegovina
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The countdown to the 2024 European Championships is on, three years after England's heart-wrenching defeat in the EURO 2020 final. The Three Lions were left devastated after losing to Italy in a penalty shootout at Wembley Stadium.

This loss was another blow for England, who have been waiting for a major trophy since Bobby Moore hoisted the Jules Rimet trophy at the old Wembley Stadium in 1966. The wait continued after their quarter-final exit at the hands of France in the 2022 World Cup.

However, optimism is high for an England team brimming with talent.

With seasoned players like captain Harry Kane, Kieran Trippier, John Stones and Kyle Walker leading the charge, and young talents like Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden, Cole Palmer and Kobbie Mainoo adding fresh energy, there's a real chance that England could be lifting the Henri Delaunay Trophy on Sunday, July 14.

But it won't be easy. They'll have to overcome some of Europe's top teams, including France, Portugal, Spain and Italy, all boasting squads filled with world-class talent, reports Football London.

It will be a huge challenge for Southgate's men. But first, they need to navigate the Group Stage round, something they've managed to do in every Euros they've participated in since 2004.

England's Euro 2024 journey will kick off against Serbia at Arena AufSchalke in Gelsenkirchen on Sunday, June 16. They'll then face Denmark in a rematch of their Euro 2020 semi-final clash on Thursday, 20 June at the Frankfurt Arena.

Their final group stage game will be against Slovenia on Tuesday, 25 June at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.

Unfortunately, tickets for England's three Group Stage matches are not available via UEFA's official ticketing portal. The official ticket resale platform was open throughout March and April but has now closed as we approach the tournament.

Knockout stage tickets will be sold during the tournament via the same ticketing platform when teams qualify and the matches are set. So, while England fans can't buy tickets for knockout stage matches right now, they'll have every chance to if the Three Lions manage to get out of Group C.