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Welcome to the ticket page of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020. At this page you will find the available tickets for each sport and session per day.

The ticket sales for the Opening and Closing Ceremony will be announced closer to the Games. The Zuiderpark is freely accessible and there are no tickets needed for cycling as this sport is free of charge.

The number of tickets currently available in the ticket shop, is the total amount of tickets. If sessions are sold out, they will no longer appear in the ticketshop.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the Zuiderpark in The Hague in April 2021.

FAQ

  • Do I have access to all sports with a dayticket?

    No, a dayticket gives access to all sessions of a particular sport on a specific day.

  • Can I bring a helper to the wheelchair platform?

    Every visitor needs his or her own ticket. This means that, for a visitor in a wheelchair and an accompanist/helper, you need to order 2 wheelchair tickets. Due to limited availability on a wheelchair platform, each visitor in a wheelchair can only bring 1 accompanist on the platform. Seats are available for the accompanist/helper.

  • Are the venues fixed seating?

    No, all tickets have flexible seating.

  • Are children free of charge?

    The Invictus Games Park (Zuiderpark) is free of charge for everybody. You only need tickets for watching the competitions in the grand stands at the sports venues.

    Children up to the age of 4 are free of charge, but they don’t have their own seat.

    Junior tickets are valid for children under 18 years.