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Ticket sales launched for Roma 2024 European Athletics Championships

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Six days of competitions, eleven sessions in total and the chance to watch the best athletes in Europe in the Italian capital's iconic Olympic Stadium. 

From today (17), tickets for the Roma 2024 European Athletics Championships from 7-12 June next year are now available for the general public to purchase. 

Athletics fans from all over the world can book their seats ten months in advance of one of the most significant and prestigious events on the road to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. 

Ticket sales will be managed by Vivaticket, the ticketing advisor of the EuroRoma 2024 Foundation, who will guarantee a smooth, secure and digital purchasing experience.

Special promotions are planned including all morning session tickets priced for as little as €5. There will also be a 10 percent discount on the first 5000 tickets issued during the forthcoming World Athletics Championships Budapest 23 from 19-27 August. 

From today (17), athletics fans can purchase tickets for individual sessions as well as many types of multi-session tickets.

A closer look at tickets

Morning session tickets from €5

Spectators will have the opportunity to enjoy the atmosphere of the Olympic Stadium during the morning sessions by purchasing tickets for the price of €5.

Evening session tickets from €20

Spectators will be able to purchase individual evening session tickets from as little as €20. 

10% discount during the World Athletics Championships

There will be a 10 percent reduction in the sale price of the first 5000 tickets during the forthcoming World Athletics Championships Budapest 23 from 19-27 August.

Multi-day session tickets

Three-day session tickets are on sale for the first three days of competition ('Weekend' ticket from 7-9 June) and for the last three days ('Ending Days' ticket' from 10-12 June). ‘Weekend' and 'Ending Days' session tickets are available for all sections of the stadium with prices beginning from €125 and €80 respectively.

All-In session tickets

For fans who don't want to miss a single minute of Rome 2024, an ‘All in’ ticket which is valid for all 11 sessions begins from €234. 

To purchase tickets and for more detailed information on ticketing and pricing, please visit the Rome 2024 official website and VivaTicket.

What’s on?

The championships begin with a day ‘0’ session on Thursday 6 June which will showcase the qualifying rounds of the men’s and women’s shot put in an iconic and historic location in the heart of Rome and will be free for the public to watch. More details on the plans for the shot put qualifying rounds as well as the half marathon and race walking courses will be announced soon.

On the first evening session on Friday 7 June, the first medals will be awarded in the women’s 20km race walk which will finish inside the Olympic Stadium.

Italy's reigning Olympic champion Antonella Palmisano will be among the medal favourites. The mixed 4x400m relay will also make its debut at the European Athletics Championships on the first full day of competition. 

The programme on 8 June includes the eagerly-awaited men's 100m final which could feature reigning Olympic and European champion Marcell Jacobs as well as the men’s long jump final and the possibility of a first major championships senior medal for their outstanding young teenage talent Mattia Furlani, the reigning European U18 and U20 champion. 

On the morning session on 9 June, spectators inside the Olympic Stadium will be able to enjoy the finish of the men's and women's half marathons. The half marathon course will incorporate many of the city’s most iconic and recognisable landmarks. 

On the evening of Monday 10 June there will be six more finals, including the men’s 200m final, an event synonymous with the Olympic Stadium, the men’s and women’s 400m finals as well as the women’s high jump final. 

On Tuesday 11 June, the early awaited men’s high jump final which looks set to feature Olympic and European champion Gianmarco Tamberi is one of eight finals scheduled for the penultimate evening session.

And it's finals all the way on the last day of competition on Wednesday 12 June. Both men’s and women’s 4x100m and 4x400m finals are scheduled to take place along with the men’s pole vault final in which two-time continental champion Armand Duplantis looks set to return to the venue where he cleared a world outdoor best of 6.15m in 2020. 

Click here for the full timetable.

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