Friday, July 19, 2024

Paris Olympics 2024 hockey tickets: How to register

Hockey is a hot ticket for the Paris 2024 Olympics according to organisers with registration ending for the second ballot phase tonight April 20 (6pm CET).

This phase of registration includes individual tickets and some of the most anticipated finals – and you need to register to be in with a chance in the draw. Those lucky to be drawn will be notified from next month.

Etienne Thobois, Paris 2024 chief executive, said that Britons were snapping up tickets.

“The memories from 2012 are still around and we kind of piggyback on that,” he told City A.M. in an interview recently.

“We believe that there is a high expectation, as always, with the Olympics in particular disciplines but the very good surprise was to see that in events less popular in France, like hockey or water polo, [tickets] went very quickly.”

The current ticket registration window for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will close on April 20

The current phase is the best chance for fans to get their hands on individual tickets to see their favourite sports in action.

The first phase of public ticketing opened in December 2022, allowing fans the opportunity to purchase packs of three tickets. Outside of France, British people bought more tickets than any other nation worldwide during this phase. All remaining tickets will go on sale later in 2023.

The process  

Fans around the world have until 5pm BST on April 20 to register to enter the draw for individual tickets. 

The draw will take place in early May. Those successful in the draw will be allocated a 48-hour timeslot to purchase tickets to individual events subject to real-time availability.

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