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How to get tickets, capacity and start time

How to get tickets, capacity and start time

We are so close to glory. After beating the Netherlands in the semi-finals, England are through to the Euro 2024 final in Berlin. It will be the team’s second consecutive European Championship final and their first major tournament final abroad. They will play Spain on Sunday 14 July.

Just one match separates the England men’s football team from their second ever major tournament win – so naturally you’ll want to make sure you’re in a good place to experience it. And one of the most atmospheric viewing parties in London this weekend will be at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, where 15,000 people will gather to watch.

Fancy watching the Euro 2024 final at one of London’s most iconic locations? The process of getting tickets is a little more involved than getting one online or simply showing up on the day. Here’s everything you need to know.

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How to get tickets for the 2024 European Championship final at the O2 Arena in London

Tickets are free but will be distributed via a draw. The draw is live now and will run until 9am on Friday 12th July.

If you are one of the lucky ones who received a ticket, you will receive a message no later than Friday afternoon and you can reserve a maximum of four tickets.

You can vote here.

How many tickets are sold?

A maximum of 15,000 fans can get tickets for the viewing party at the O2.

What time is the 2024 European Championship final between Spain and England on Sunday?

Kick-off is on Sunday, July 14 at 20:00 BST (21:00 local time in Berlin).

Come on England!

Looking for somewhere else to watch the match? Here’s Time Out’s ultimate guide to the best places in London to watch the Euros.

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