100-day countdown: Additional tickets for the worlds on sale
25.06.2019 09:41 Uhr
On Wednesday, 26 June there will be exactly 100 days until the start of the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships Stuttgart 2019, and additional ticket quotas will be activated at 2 pm on this day.
Within one month after the start of sales, 25,000 tickets for the artistic gymnastics highlight in Stuttgart have already been sold. On five days of the event, no tickets were available after a short time. Once the field of play had been finally approved, the existing waiting lists could be processed so that additional tickets for all events of the World Gymnastics Championships could be sold during the 100-day countdown.
“We are very happy that we were able to serve all interested parties on the waiting lists with tickets and that we are now able to offer further, even if only very limited, contingents for free sale. Due to the high demand, we expect to have a full house in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle on all days. “
So if you want to experience the nearly 600 world class gymnasts from 94 nations live in the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, you should make a quick decision. The draw for the starting order in the qualification (4 to 7 October) will take place on 16 July in the Stuttgart City Hall. The complete list of participants will be published after 4 September after the registration deadline by name has expired.
100 days before the worlds, the German gymnastics team will also start the countdown to the annual highlight. On Instagram (German Gymnastics Federation) and Facebook (German Gymnastics Team) every week a member of the national team makes his mark on the channels. Besides a lot of interesting background information there are also exclusive prizes to be won.
Further information at stuttgart2019.de and on Social Media #stuttgart2019
A record 92 nations have registered to participate in the 49th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart (GER), which is preparing to play host to the competition for the third time after memorable events in 1989 and 2007.