Tickets for Iceland’s EURO2016 game against France in Paris on Sunday go on sale at noon today on UEFA’s website.
The game takes place at Stade de France and begins at 7pm Icelandic time, 9pm local time.
Update: The game will be the last one of the quarter-final matches, according to Vísir. Stade de France accommodates 81,338 spectators and is Europe’s fifth largest stadium.
The least expensive tickets are priced at EUR 45 (ISK 6,500. USD 50), but the most expensive at EUR 195 (ISK 27,000, USD 216). Each person can only order four tickets at a time. Only VISA and Mastercard are accepted.
Here is the link to the ticket purchase.