Tickets for the European Games Minsk 2019 on sale now!
1 December 2018
Tickets for Europe’s premier multi-sport event, the European Games Minsk 2019, are now on sale through the website www.minsk2019.ticketpro.by.
Online sales began at 12 a.m. (GMT +03:00) on 1 December 2018 and are open to residents of any country.
In Belarus, tickets can also be bought at the box office of the official ticket operator TicketPro, and in Europe through official resellers. In the Russian Federation, tickets will go on sale on 15 December 2018 through official ticket agent www.ponominalu.ru
As previously reported, the cost of tickets range between 5 BYN (2 Euros) and 50 BYN (20 Euros).
Tickets for the Opening Ceremony range from 75 to 300 BYN (30-123 Euros), depending on the category – standard or VIP. Tickets for the Closing Ceremony cost between 35 and 150 BYN (14-61 Euros).
The Opening and Closing Ceremonies promise a unique experience for ticketholders, who will become participants themselves and be able to see presentation elements that will not be covered on TV.
In total, there are 375,000 tickets available for the sports competition during the 2nd European Games, which will run from 21-30 June 2019 in the Belarusian capital. Depending on demand, that figure could be expanded to 535,000. There will be 111 sports sessions in total.
Over 4,000 of Europe’s best athletes will compete in 15 sports in Minsk: 3x3 basketball, archery, athletics, badminton, beach soccer, boxing, canoe sprint, cycling, gymnastics, judo, karate, sambo, shooting, table tennis and wrestling.
Winners of three sports – archery, shooting and table tennis – will qualify automatically for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, with another six sports offering qualification points for Tokyo 2020. The European Games will also act as the official European championships for four sports – boxing, canoe sprint, judo and badminton.
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