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14th Dec 2015

If you’re following Ireland to France for Euro2016, this is where you get your tickets

Going on sale today

Eric Lalor

Going on sale today.

The draw was made on Saturday and the Republic of Ireland are in a tough group with Belgium, Sweden and Italy, but Martin O’Neill’s men will relish the challenge.

PARIS, FRANCE - DECEMBER 12: Martin O'Neill (L) Manager and Roy Keane (R) assistant manager of Republic of Ireland are seen during the UEFA Euro 2016 Final Draw Ceremony at Palais des Congres on December 12, 2015 in Paris, France. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

The Irish fans will no doubt travel in their droves to France next summer and today UEFA release 800,000 tickets for the 24 competing countries.

There will be four different categories of tickets made available, costing €25, €55, €105, and €145 for group games.

That’s just €25 for the cheapest ticket…

Let that sink in

The application process will remain open until January 18 and applicants will be notified in February whether or not they’re getting their mitts on golden tickets.

All you need to know about buying tickets for the big event of the summer can be found right here on the UEFA website. They go on sale from 11am Irish time so don’t delay and get right on it.