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KillieDJ

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  1. A quick scan at the Uefa website suggests otherwise. https://www.uefa.com/uefaeuro-2020/ticketing/#/ I guess we will find out in March if even an issue...
  2. I still think Uefa handle all the sales but agreed it will be the SFA who determine what points are required for each game Ironically, it will be easier to get a ticket to the Scotland game at Wembley than the 2 at Hampden.
  3. I wouldn't be so sure on that...for the euros all ticket sales are handed through the Uefa website (although I think SFA do get some say in how they are allocated) In regards to the sign-up, when tickets for England fans went on sale in December, new members could still join their supporters club and apply for tickets right up until the deadline
  4. Does anyone know if new members can buy a membership from today also or is today only for renewals?
  5. I am sure Uefa deal with all ticket requests, even the individual associations allocation. If the SFA follow the FA's route then yes you will need to be a current member but will need to apply through the Uefa website. I assume that the SFA will give Uefa a list of current members and you will need your SSC number to apply for tickets. Have no idea how points will come into it or if Uefa will just do a ballot for each game and obviously allocations will differ based on capacity so ironically members will have more chance of a potential England v Scotland ticket for one for either games at Hampden
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