England fans receive huge money-saving Euro 2024 boost from Uefa after Three Lions seal qualification | The Sun10/20/2023
ENGLAND fans will be able to get round Germany for free after UEFA announced a travel pass for Euro 2024 supporters.
Three Lions supporters as well as their Scottish counterparts will be able to start planning next summer's trip after the Finals draw in Hamburg on December 2.
And now they can cut some of their costs following Uefa's confirmation that free travel on public transport will be available for ticket holders.
UEFA announced an agreement German transport chiefs offering a 36-hour travel pass alongside every match ticket for the tournament played in 10 cities between June 14 and July 14.
The passes will come into effect at 6am on match day and run until midnight the following day.
England qualified for Euro 2024 with a 3-1 win over Italy on Tuesday.
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Gareth Southgate's side went 1-0 down within the opening 15 minutes after ex-West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca broke the deadlock.
Harry Kane then equalised from the penalty spot before Marcus Rashford fired the Three Lions into the lead.
Captain Kane then sealed the win with an impressive solo strike.
After the match, the striker told Channel 4: "Qualifying is never easy.
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"Sometimes we are just expected to go to the big tournaments but we have seen in the past it is not as easy as it looks.
"We went 1-0 behind and stayed calm. We knew we could get the winner and we have done it."
Meanwhile, Scotland qualified for next summer's tournament after Norway failed to defeat Spain earlier this week.
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