Tartan Army Ticket Ballot Fair And ‘Random' - Uefa
Daily Record|May 14, 2021
Governing body defends refunding cheap briefs
Mark McGivern

European football’s governing body maintained there was a fair ballot for Scotland tickets after fans claimed a stitch-up.

Many supporters contacted the Record to claim their cheap tickets were cancelled while the most expensive ones were unaffected by the heavily-reduced attendance limit.

Uefa failed to get back to our requests for an explanation earlier this week but they have now stressed that the ballot was entirely random and relied on choices generated by a computer programme.

A statement yesterday claimed the appearance of a bias towards Category 1 tickets – priced at £162 – being retained was caused by the fact there were far fewer of them than £43 Category 3 tickets.

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