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Latest Paris 2024 sales phase begins for events across France

Nantes Stadium, which will host football matches at Paris 2024

Photo: Paris 2024 /Félix Fayolle / Nantes Métropole

Nantes Stadium, which will host football matches at Paris 2024

Photo: Paris 2024 /Félix Fayolle / Nantes Métropole

The latest phase of Paris 2024 sales launched today (Wednesday) with tickets for events outside the capital city now available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The third phase of ticketing is dedicated to events organised in the regions, with sports fans able to apply for basketball, handball, football and sailing competitions.

Initially scheduled for the end of 2023, this sales phase was created in order to meet the strong demand encountered during the first two sales phases which took place at the start of 2023 when more than five million tickets were secured.

Football tickets are available for Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice and Saint-Etienne, with sailing in Marseille and basketball and handball in Lille.

French football stars Kylian Mbappe is among those who said they hope to play, while NBA idols are set to be involved in the basketball competition.

A Paris 2024 spokesperson said: “It will offer the opportunity to live the unique experience of the Games in the territories, with family and friends, by going for example to attend the men’s and women’s football tournaments which will bring together the best players on the planet.”

The Paris 2024 hospitality programme is also available for the general public and businesses. Marketed by the official hospitality supplier, On Location, packaged offers including tickets and services such as accommodation and travel.

Sales so far

More than one million Paris 2024 tickets were sold in the first 48 hours of the most recent ticketing phase which opened in May 2023. The 1.5 million tickets sold in phase two add to the 3.25 million that were sold to people in 158 different countries during phase one.

In total, 10 million tickets will be on sale across all the phases, with 80 per cent sold directly to the general public. One million of these tickets are priced at just EUR 24, and almost half are priced at EUR 50 or less, reflecting Paris 2024’s commitment to hosting accessible and affordable Games, in line with its “Games Wide Open” slogan.

The Olympic Games Paris 2024 will take place between 26 July and 11 August, with the Paralympic Games then taking place from 28 August until 8 September. Tickets for Paralympic Games sessions will be sold separately, without a draw, with sales beginning in autumn 2023.