The European Games are less than 70 days away with tickets now on sale for the multi-sport event.
It is the third edition of the Games, which will take place in Kraków, Poland, and will feature 29 sports including 18 Olympic disciplines.
Sports fans can opt to purchase tickets digitally and print them out or save on their mobile phones, or they can buy in the form of a physical collector’s ticket.
The majority of tickets cost between 20 Polish Zlotys (€4/£4/$4) and 90 Polish Zlotys (€20). Most tickets will also be available from the start of the onsale – which began yesterday (Wednesday) – with disciplines such as athletics, archery, BMX, beach handball, beach soccer, sport climbing and shooting and others being added in the second phase.
Admission for some competitions will be free, including padel, teqball, muaythai, kickboxing as well as the first three days of athletics competitions.
Marcin Nowak, president of European Games, said: “We are confident that through both discounted tickets to all events, and free admission to some of the sports, the supporters will come in crowds to the city of Kraków and the region of Małopolska, to cheer on athletes during the European Games.
“This is the largest multi-sport event that Poland has ever hosted, and thanks to the hard work of our organising committee, we will be ready to welcome fans from across the continent in June.”
Ticket sales will continue until the Games, and it will also be possible to purchase tickets at the box office of each venue on the day of each competition.