Hampden is set to host three Group D games, as well as a last 16 fixture, and UEFA have outlined their pricing policy for the fixtures, with the cheapest Category 3 tickets being made available for €50 (around £44 at present market rate). Category 2 tickets will be €125 (around £110) and the most expensive, Category 1, will cost €185 (around £160).
The first batch of 1.5 million tickets for the tournament will go on sale between 12th June and 12th July this year, via an application process. A further 1 million tickets will go on sale at a later date, once the participating teams at Euro 2020 are known.
Glasgow is one of 12 host cities for the tournament, also including Amsterdam, Bilbao and Rome. The semi-finals and final will take place at London’s Wembley stadium.