The match tickets are perhaps the most exciting part of your football trip.
– Is it possible to buy single game tickets?
– Are my tickets be ready when I arrive?
– Where in the stadium do I sit exactly?
These questions haunt everyone’s mind when they go to football trip. To give answer to the first question, we do not sell single game tickets to ensure the quality and security of our football trips. Read below the redeeming answers to the other questions and travel with peace of mind.
How do I get my match tickets?
We usually leave the match tickets at the reception of your hotel. However, sometimes you have to collect the tickets from the ticket office of the stadium using a voucher. If applicable, information on how to do this will be included in your confirmation email.
Where in the stadium will I be sitting?
Your booking confirmation includes the location of your seats. It’s also possible to upgrade them. Please note that we guarantee that seats will always be allocated in ‘pairs’ i.e. two seats next to each other. No-one will end up sitting on their own – even when a group of 3 people are travelling together. We also always do our best to seat larger groups together. For more information see our Seating Guarantee.
Our group consists of more than 3 people. Can we all sit together?
We offer a Seating Guarantee which means that no-one will never sit on their own. If you book for 3 persons then the three of you will sit together. If there are more than 3 people, we always endeavour to seat the whole group together. If this isn’t possible, we divide the group into smaller groups. If you want the whole group to sit together, please contact us before you book and we’ll see what we can do.
Do you also sell match tickets outside of a package deal?
Not, we only offer package deals..
When will the match time be finalised?
This varies for each country. The match schedule and times are approximate and only intended to give you an indication when booking your trip. During the course of the season, matches can change times or even day. This is due to live TV broadcasts or European competition obligations. In Spain, for instance, the start time is announced just 10 days in advance. In other countries, this is usually 2 to 4 50. Our group consists of more than 3 people. Can we all sit weeks in advance. We try to follow this as closely as possible so your itinerary ensures you will always be able to attend the game.