Last updated on April 14th, 2023 at 09:06 AM
The current ticket registration window for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will close on Friday 20 April 2023.
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.
Whether it’s Adam Peaty swimming in the electric atmosphere of the Paris La Défense Arena, the first British breaker in Olympic history competing under the Concorde obelisk, or Laura Kenny cycling for gold in the French national velodrome, Paris 2024 has something for every sports fan.
Fans around the world have until 5 pm BST on Friday 20 April 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.
15 March – 20 April 2023
Fans can register for the draw at tickets.paris2024.org
Early May 2023
Successful fans will receive an email informing them of their dedicated 48-hour purchase window, allowing them time to prepare
11 May 2023 – 1 June 2023
Successful fans can buy tickets during their dedicated 48-hour purchase window
Hospitality packages are on sale now on a first-come, first-served basis via OnLocation, the Official Hospitality Provider of Paris 2024. There is no draw for hospitality packages – your place is guaranteed with your purchase.
Later in 2023 there will be a range of hospitality packages on sale tailored to Team GB, giving fans a new way to see their favourite athletes in action. Further details on these packages will be published in due course.
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