Euro 2024 Tickets: How to get tickets to watch Scotland in Germany, October ballot and draw date
Thousands of members of the Tartan Army will be hoping to cheer their team on next year.
A ballot for tickets opened on October 2 - with the only catch being that nobody knew who will be playing where and when yet.
Designed for local fans in the host cities to grab briefs, over 1.4million tickets were made available, with today (November 14) being the last day for applicants to hear if they were successful.
Those who were will now face an anxious wait to see what teams they will see at the tournament.
There are still options open for people looking to enjoy the feast of football though - here's everything you need to know.
When is Euro 2024?
Euro 2024 takes place in Germany between Friday, June 14 and Sunday, July 14.
Games will be played on every day of the tournament except for June 27 and 28 and July 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12 and 13.
There are ten host cities: Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart.
What is the format for Euro 2024?
The 24 teams which qualify will be split into six groups of four - meaning each team will have at least three matches in the tournament. The teams finishing first and second in each group will progress to the last 16, as well as the four third-placed teams with the best record.
When is the draw?
The draw will take place in Hamburg on Saturday, December 2. The teams will be seeded as per the overall European Qualifiers rankings. As things stand, Scotland are one of only four teams with a 100 per cent record, alongside France, England and Portugal.
When do the next batch of tickets go on sale?
Tickets for individual games are set to go on sale two days after the draw on Monday, December 4, via both a public sale and international football associations.
Some tickets will go on sale on the SFA website, with the first chance going to members of the Scotland Supporters Club.
The club is capped at 38,000 members and you're too late to join now - and with reportedly only 9,500 tickets per game available to the Tartan Army, even members will struggle to succeed in their quest.
Further tickets for all games will be available in a public sale organised by UEFA. For more information, keep checking here.
And, somwhat inevitably, there will be the usual VIP and hospitality packages available to those with deep pockets.
How much are the tickets?
Tickets for group stage matches starts at 30 euros, climbing to 95 euros for the cheapest seat at the final.
A total of 380,000 seats will be sold in the lowest-price category.
The most expensive 'category 1' seats range from 185 euros for the group stages to an eye-watering 1,000 euros for the final.
All ticket holders will get free public transport from 6am on the day of the match until 6pm the next day.
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