Tickets Paris 2024 Olympics

Ticketing for the Olympic Games 

400,000 new Olympic tickets will go on sale on 30 November including more than 370,000 for events in the Paris region.

Of these 400,000 tickets, 1/3 will be priced at €50 or less, and nearly 2/3 at under €100.

All sports (except surfing, which is accessible for free) will be on sale. This will be the last sale with all sessions available ahead of the Games!

In more detail: 

Swimming, which was entirely sold out: around 6,000 new tickets will go on sale for the event taking place at La Paris Défense Arena, in Nanterre.
Examples:

  • 50m freestyle heats, 1 August (morning session), from €24 to €230
  • 50m freestyle final, 2 August, from €125 to €980.
  • 400m medley heats, 28 July (morning session), from €24.
  • 400m medley final, 28 July, from €85.

Equestrian with around 14,000 new tickets available for the events taking place at the Château de Versailles, across all three disciplines: Eventing, Dressage and Jumping.
Examples:

  • Eventing: from €85 (up to €330) for the final team session on 29 July
  • Show jumping: on 1 August, to attend the team final qualifying rounds from €24.

Tennis: around 24,000 new tickets on sale for the event taking place at Roland Garros, and an opportunity to watch the likes of Novak Djokovic, Coco Gauff, Carlos Alcaraz or Iga Świątek potentially striving for gold
Examples:

  • First rounds between €24 and €130
  • One Men’s Singles semi-final + Mixed Doubles final, from €100

Athletics: over 30,000 new tickets for the events taking place at the Stade de France
Examples:

  • From €40 to watch the first men’s Decathlon events on the morning of 2 August [with French world-record holder Kevin Mayer competing].
  • From €85 to watch the final men’s Decathlon events on 3 August. This session will also include the women’s 100m final, the women’s triple jump final and the mixed 4x400m final!

SPORTS IN ICONIC PARIS VENUES WITH LIMITED CAPACITIES 

Fencing: around 5,000 new tickets available, for the events taking place in the nave of the Grand Palais
Examples:

  • From €24 to €150 to attend the men’s Epée semi-finals on the morning of 28 July
  • From €90 to attend the men’s Epée final on 28 July

Judo: around 2,000 new tickets, for the events taking place at Arena-Champs-de-Mars
Examples:

  • From €24 to watch the first rounds of the mixed team event on the morning of 3 August

Urban sports at the Stade de La Concorde: just over 5,000 new tickets on sale for all sports on the programme
Examples:

  • Breaking: 1,500 new tickets
    • From €24 to €160
  • Skateboarding: 900 new tickets
    • From €24 to €120
  • 3×3 Basketball: 2,300 new tickets
    • From €24 to €190

LARGE-CAPACITY TEAM SPORTS 

Basketball: with around 37,000 new tickets for games taking place in Lille and 7,300 tickets for games taking place at the Arena Bercy in Paris
Examples:

  • The opportunity to see the US Dream Team reconstituted, in Lille, from €50 (evening session)

Rugby Sevens: around 25,000 new tickets on sale for matches taking place at the Stade de France
Examples:

  • Men’s qualifying matches (12 matches in total in the session; the opportunity to see all the teams!), on 24 July – even before the Opening Ceremony of the Games -, from €24 to €120.
  • Men’s semi-finals, finals, and ranking matches on 27 July, from €50.
  • The women’s qualifying matches (12 matches in total in the session; a chance to see all the teams!), on 28 July, from €24 to €100
  • Semi-finals, finals, and women’s ranking matches on 30 July, from €50

Football: with 30,000 new tickets for events taking place at the Parc des Princes in Paris, with tickets still available for games taking place at the six iconic stadiums across France
Examples:

  • Parc des Princes, six group matches, two quarter-finals and two finals: from €24 to €260
  • The dates and stadiums of the French teams’ group matches are already known and are still available for sale.
  • French men’s team:
    • 24 July, 9pm, Marseille; from €30
    • 27 July, 9pm, Nice; from €30
    • 30 July, 7pm, Marseille; from €30
  • French women’s team:
    • 25 July, 9pm, Lyon; from €30
    • 28 July, 9pm, Saint-Etienne; from €30
    • 31 July, 9pm, Lyon; from €30

THE OLYMPIC GAMES CEREMONIES 

As for the ceremonies, Paris 2024 will be putting tickets back on sale in categories that were sold out.

  • For the opening ceremony: from €90, but also €250 or €500
  • For the closing ceremony: from €45, but also €250 or €600

Ticketing for the Paralympic Games 

Like for the Olympic Games, tickets for sessions already sold out for the Paralympic Games will go back on sale. These include tickets for wheelchair fencing at the Grand Palais and three of the seven sessions of the Paris Centre “Discovery Pass”: Grand Palais, Arena Champ-de-Mars, Stade Tour Eiffel and Invalides. Tickets across all categories already sold out will also go back on sale.
Launched on 9 October, the Paralympic Games ticket sale is designed to be both accessible and popular:

  • From €15 in all Para sports (500,000 tickets)
  • At €25 and under, for half of all tickets
  • At €50 and under, for 80% of tickets
  • All tickets for the finals will be between €25 and €100
  • Two exclusive offers, only available for the Paralympic Games, and allowing to experience the Games even more intensely: with the “Discovery Pass” at a single price of €24, you can discover several Para sports on the same day, à la carte:
    • The “Discovery Pass – Paris Centre”: Grand Palais (Wheelchair Fencing and Para Taekwondo), Arena Champ-de-Mars (Para Judo and Wheelchair Rugby), Stade Tour Eiffel (Blind Football) and Invalides (Para Archery).
    • The “Discovery Pass – Paris Sud”: Arena Paris Sud 1 (Boccia), Arena Paris Sud 4 (Para Table Tennis), Arena Paris Sud 6 (Goalball).

ALL THE FINALS 

With 11 Para sports and 23 finals on the first day (29 August), the Paralympic Games will be a festive conclusion to the summer holidays for families. In this back-to-school period, the Paralympic calendar also features evening finals to enable as many people as possible to attend.

In more detail:

Stade de France – Para athletics – Every day, from Friday 30 August to Saturday 7 September, from €15.

Vélodrome St Quentin-en-Yvelines – Para cycling track – Thursday 29 August to Sunday 1 September, tickets from €15.

Pont Alexandre III – Para triathlon – Sunday 1 September and Monday 2 September at €15

Invalides – Para archery – From Thursday 29 August to Thursday 5 September, from 15€

Arena Porte de la Chapelle – Para badminton & Para weightlifting – from €15

Château de Versailles – Para dressage – Tuesday 3 September to Saturday 7 September, from €15

  • Don’t miss: Friday 6 September, the Team finals

Arena Champ de Mars – Wheelchair rugby from Friday 29 August to Monday 2 September – Tickets from €25 & Para judo from Thursday 5 September to Saturday 7 September – Tickets from €15

  • Don’t miss: Monday 2 September for the final of the Wheelchair Rugby tournament

Arena Bercy – Wheelchair basketball – Thursday 29 August to Sunday 8 September, from €15, finals from €25.

  • Don’t miss: Saturday 7 September, men’s finals and Sunday 8 September, women’s finals

Roland Garros – Wheelchair tennis – From Friday 30 August to Saturday 7 September, from €15, finals from €45.

  • Don’t miss: Friday 6 September, men’s doubles finals and women’s singles finals

Grand Palais – Para taekwondo from Thursday 29 August to Saturday 31 August & Wheelchair fencing from Tuesday 3 September to Saturday 7 September, from €15

  • Don’t miss: Thursday 29 August, Para taekwondo finals. On Tuesday 4 September, the armchair fencing category B foil title fight

Stade Tour Eiffel – Blind football – From 1-6 September – €15 for the group stages & Saturday 7 September, session with bronze medal match and tournament final, from €25.

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