England Euros tickets still available

 AUTHOR: Cristina Villas-Boas, 2012-03-22 18:08

England's Euro 2012 Group D fixtures against France and Sweden still have tickets available, UEFA have announced.

UEFA have revealed there are four games which are not sold out yet, but president Michel Platini remains confident the venues will be full despite the sales of tickets for England's games, all to be played in Ukraine, are going slowly.

“The stadia are sold out apart from four matches. It takes some time and has been a bit slow for some matches in Ukraine – including England v France. But we have no concerns that the stadia will be completely full to the rafters.”

The only group stage match involving the Three Lions is, therefore, the one involving hosts Ukraine.

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