On Location launches packages for Team GB supporters

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On Location, the official hospitality provider for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, has launched new packages specifically curated for fans of Team GB.

UK fans will be able to snap up hospitality packages inclusive of Team GB tickets for the summer’s Games, with options for athletics, swimming, diving, equestrian, skateboarding, track cycling, boxing and more. 

Fans can purchase packages with one, two or three-night stays in Paris, in-venue hospitality lounge access, out-of-venue hospitality at Clubhouse 24, food and beverage options, entertainment, athlete appearances and more. 

On Location’s new Paris 2024 exclusive packages will start from €1,650 (£1,400/$1,800) for a two-night stay and tickets to a range of sports such as athletics, swimming, diving, dressage and mixed events. 

A special athletics package will include a stay at four-star hotel, and tickets to the Men’s 100m semi-finals and final, the men’s 1,500m semi-final, round one of the women’s 400m and 1,500m and the women’s 800m final. 

The swimming package will enable fans able to join the crowd for the men’s 100m breaststroke heats, semi-finals and finals, as well as the men’s 200m freestyle heats and semi-finals, while also staying at the Hotel Eiffel Blomet next to Paris La Defense Arena. 

Additionally, UK fans will be able watch the likes of Tom Daley take to the diving board for the men’s 10m platform semi-finals and final, before relaxing at a four-star hotel. While staying at the Hotel Eiffel Blomet, fans can cheer on Team GB athletes Charlotte Fry, Charlotte Dujardin, Carl Hester and Gareth Hughes compete in the Dressage Grand Prix Special Team Final and in the Dressage Grand Prix Freestyle Individual Final.

If fans cannot make their mind up about which events to attend, On Location also offers packages inclusive of a range of events. Sport-specific one-night packages are also available to purchase. 

The Paris Olympic Games will take place between July 26 and August 11, before the Paralympics will take place from August 28 to September 8.