Saturday November 28, 2020

New law will take on Euro 2020 ticket touts

State has assured Uefa changes will be made in time for Aviva Stadium to co-host tournament

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
19th June, 2016
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Irish fans enjoy the atmosphere in Bordeaux Picture: Inpho

New legislation to clamp down on ticket touts will be brought in for the Euro 2020 in Dublin.

As the Irish team continues its quest to qualify from Group E at Euro 2016 in France, it has emerged that the government has given Uefa a guarantee to make the changes when Dublin’s Aviva Stadium hosts the Euro 2020 group games. It is going to draw up legislation to ensure that touts can be penalised. At the...

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