THE "good, honest, hard-working people of Glasgow" have lost out after tickets for a Euro fan zone in the city, released for a second time, were snapped up "in seconds". 

That's the view of devastated Scotland supporters who have told of their anger as they failed to secure free passes for the Glasgow Green arena, which were made available again at 10am today. 

Originally released last week, "hundreds" of tickets were cancelled by officials in the "interest of fairness" after it emerged they had gone on sale before the planned time. Any bought after it were honoured by organisers, who launched a probe into the "error" and apologised. 

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Now, after tickets sold out again this morning for all of Scotland's group matches, Tartan Army fans, many of whom originally secured passes, have blasted the process. 

Darren Smith, who lost out on three games, said: "They were taken off me in interest of fairness and then they sell out in less than a minute - not exactly fair. I’m really angry about it. 

"My three kids were so excited to go after we initially secured all tickets and now we have none and it is definitely not 'in the interest of fairness'. A total joke!" 

Eddie Campbell, who logged on at 10am, said: "Such a shame that many, many families and friends won't be able to get to spend time together at such a fantastic event with a mixture of all ages.  

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"Some who have experienced their country at a tournament, some not. Especially with all that we have all been through in the last 15 months or so with Covid. 

"It would have been a real opportunity to celebrate with loved ones and remember loved ones we lost during pandemic who we would have loved to be there with us and knowing they would have loved the occasion also.

"It leaves a bitter, bitter taste in my mouth to know this has been stolen from honest people of Glasgow and proud glaswegians yet again." 

Kevin Brady, who was trying to book tickets for a group of friends, said: "I am really angry and p****d off.

"Clicked on app one second after 10:00am this morning, to be told page was updating.

"Seconds later I got a message saying buy tickets, pressed button then says sold out.

"It is a farce. I have travelled all over the world, for World Cups with Scotland and it's harder to get a ticket for a fan zone." 

The Glasgow Green arena is due to run for the 31 days of the delayed tournament from June 11 and will see up to 6000 supporters take in the action. 

Organisers said there would be a "festival atmosphere" with food, drinks and activities as well as screenings of all games.

A statement from Glasgow UEFA EURO 2020 chiefs read this morning: "EURO 2020 Glasgow Green Fan Zone tickets went live as scheduled at 10am today.

"Due to high demand we can confirm that all tickets for the Scotland match sessions were fully booked within minutes." 

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However, other supporters took to social media to share their disappointment at missing out on the tickets today. 

One wrote: "By mins do you mean sold out by five secs past 10?" 

Another added: "Minutes? You mean single-digit seconds! Absolute farce!" 

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One said: "Shambles on the Glasgow fan zone, was there since 9:55am, refreshed at exactly 10am and sold out, surely that’s another mistake. "

Last week, organisers said: "In the interest of fairness, we have decided to cancel all tickets purchased prior to 10m and relaunch the process on June 1."