for the Games
Ticket Sales policy
The Games are the world’s largest sporting event and almost 10 million tickets are set to go on sale for the 2024 Olympics, with almost 3.4 million for the Paralympics. Spectators will experience the 2024 Games alongside the greatest sporting champions in a unique atmosphere – celebrating with the whole world.
A number of different options for attending the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be available, but they will all be sold via a single site. For the first time in the history of the Games, ticket sales will be online only and accessible worldwide.
For the Olympic Games, packages and tickets to single events. Many people will want to take part in celebrating the Games. Given that there will be very strong interest, a draw gives everyone an equal chance of trying to obtain a ticket to the Olympic Games.
For the Paralympic Games, day passes to discover several para sports and tickets to single event.
The Summer 2024 Olympic Games will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2024 and the Summer 2024 Paralympic Games will take place from 28 August to 8 September 2024.
Please note that Paris 2024 reserves the right to modify or adapt its sales policy for tickets and hospitality at any time.
Ticket lottery opens
Beginning of registration for the draw for the packs sale. (A pack is a group of several tickets giving access to several competitions)
Tickets packs go on sale
Opening of the pack sales, after the first draw
Single tickets go on sale
Opening of single ticket sales after the second draw
Remaining tickets go on sale
Last tickets available, while stocks last.
Tickets for the Paralympic Games
Ticket sales for the Paralympic Games begins
The Grand Palais is a magnificent site at the heart of Paris. Built for the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900, thanks to the most advanced construction techniques of the time, it is renowned worldwide for its magnificent nave and glass roof.
With its vast garden located in the heart of Paris, Invalides Esplanade has become a privileged leisure area where Parisians and tourists alike enjoy sports, music and walks. In 2024, history, culture and high-level sport will become one in this exceptional setting, where archers will aim for an Olympic or Paralympic title.
The prestigious Champ-de-Mars Arena is much more than the temporary 10,000m² infrastructure built to host events during the renovation of the Grand Palais. The building will extend its existence for a few months to host competitions of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Parisians know the Champ-de-Mars as a place to gather and celebrate. It is regularly taken over by a compact crowd ready to celebrate or commemorate together, for example for the traditional fireworks display on July 14. In 2024, for the Games, even more than usual, the Champ-de-Mars is a real place of celebration for all.
An iconic venue for world tennis, it is a key site for the Paris 2024 Games, for which it is writing a new legendary page in its history. Indeed, for the Paris 2024 Games, Roland Garros is not only the scene of tennis and wheelchair tennis competitions, but also of boxing and sitting volleyball.
Built in Saint-Denis for the 1998 World Cup, the Stade de France, the largest stadium in France, is being transformed into an Olympic stadium after having hosted the country’s biggest sporting events over the past three decades.
An iconic symbol recognized throughout the world, the Château de Versailles will host the Olympic and Paralympic Games in a magnificent setting steeped in history. The Château de Versailles has been home to the court of Louis XIV since 1682 and became the epicenter of French royalty. In 1883, it opened to the public and became, with its magnificent gardens, a national museum and the first French place to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.
Built in 2014, the National Velodrome is a high-level facility that frequently hosts various national teams in its ultra-modern facilities. The modularity and flexibility of the Velodrome, embodied by its vast central area, allows the venue to regularly host events and training sessions for other sports, such as some of the fencing that makes up the modern pentathlon at the Paris 2024 Games.
Due to its geographical location, Marseille is a city naturally turned towards the sea, which offers exceptional sailing conditions for the Paris 2024 sailing events in the Mediterranean. The city’s internationally recognized know-how in hosting and organizing nautical events makes the city and its Marina the ideal site for these competitions.
Hosting the Olympic Games twice is a privilege that very few places have the opportunity to have. The Stade Départemental Yves-du-Manoir is one of them: it was the major venue of the 1924 Games, hosting the opening ceremony and the athletics events. In 2024, the second Games in its history will allow it to host the field field hockey events.
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