BERNE - The cheapest tickets for the 2012
European Championship in Poland and Ukraine will cost 50 percent
less than at Euro 2008, UEFA said on Tuesday.
European football's governing body announced that tickets for
the June 8 to July 1 tournament would start at 30 euros
for group games and from 50 euros for the final in Kiev.
"The purchasing power of local citizens has been taken into
account when deciding on prices," UEFA said in a statement on
Tickets, which are divided into three categories with the
most expensive final ticket costing 600 euros, will go on sale
at uefa.com from March 1-31 this year.
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