With domestic action completed for the season and just the Champions League final to play, all eyes are turning to Euro 2016 in what promises to be an exciting tournament in France.
Fans from all over the continent and further afield have been planning their itineraries meticulously over recent months – with much depending on access to tickets.
Uefa’s ticket portal has delighted and frustrated supporters in equal measures, with tickets to all the games available.
With this process now having run its course, online websites have punters looking to sell unwanted tickets to recoup or make money.
French website allovoyages.fr has compared the prices of the respective tickets to buy online, with some fascinating results.
As expected the competition final in Paris on July 10 is the most expensive game to potentially attend, with the cheapest available ticket coming in at a whopping €879.
England’s highly anticipated clash with British rivals Wales is next on this lucrative list, with the minimum price available for those that want to go to the game in Lens a cool €429.
Understandably, both semi-finals, two quarter-finals and the opening fixture between France and Romania are all in the top ten most expensive games.
Interestingly, two Belgium games are also listed, with their clash with Republic of Ireland the third-most sought-after game at a minimum price of €368.
With Marc Wilmots’ men’s clash with Sweden also highly priced, there appears to be a lot of Belgian fans on their way to neighbouring France and hopes are clearly high that their golden generation of players can reward them with glory.
At the other end of the scale, some tickets are still available for games at an extremely affordable price.
Of the ten least expensive games to attend, Northern Ireland’s match-up with Ukraine in Lyon tops the list with a minimum spend of just €31.
Michael O’Neill’s men will enter a major competition for the first time in 30 years, with the country’s Green and White Army set to follow them across France.
Russia’s clash with Slovakia, played on the same day as the in-demand England vs Wales clash, is the next most affordable at €41.
For those looking to take in some live action, the likes of David Alaba, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic are available to watch at the respective stadiums for less than €50.
Finally, although Wales fans will have to shell out considerably to watch their side face England, the most affordable ticket for their clash against Slovakia in Bordeaux on June 11 comes in at €68.