Ireland play Sweden in their first game on June 13th
Football fans have only hours to apply for tickets for Euro 2016 matches.
Martin O'Neill's side was drawn against Sweden, Belgium and Italy in Group E in the draw that took place last month. The games will take place in Paris, Bordeaux and Lille between June 13th and 22nd.
Irish fans looking to travel to France to see the games have been applying for tickets on UEFA's ticket portal with the hope of grabbing some golden tickets for this summer's tournament. Ticket prices range from €25 to €145. Fans can apply for a maximum of four tickets per game.
The application process closes at 11am this morning. When applying, credit card and passport details are required to complete the process. Successful applicants will be notified of what tickets they purchased next month.
You can apply for tickets here on UEFA's official website.