EHF: EuroHockey Championships 2023: Men’s final day sold out – only a few tickets left for other days

Day tickets for the final day of the EuroHockey Championships in Mönchengladbach in August have sold out with a number of other dates close to that stage with six weeks to go to the marquee event.

It means there will be a packed house on Sunday, August 27, a date which features the men’s final and bronze medal matches at the SparkassenPark.

This leaves one last opportunity to witness the men’s final live; this is via a small number of remaining EuroHockey Championship season tickets, which can be purchased from €195 which offer access to all fixtures throughout the event.

Elsewhere, less than a quarter of tickets are available, meanwhile, for the women’s final day on Saturday, August 26th and less than 10% of tickets remain for Saturday, August 19 and Monday, August 21, showing the huge interest in the event.

Top class venue

The two tournament directors Chris Brewer and Magda Nazaret recently visited the venue and were thrilled to see the various elements that make a top-class event come into view.

Nazaret said: “The stadium and the park as a whole is a fantastic venue. Huge stands for a great audience; a tunnel for teams for spectacular entrance into the games; and a devoted, hard working local organising committee.

“There will be numerous fan zones and food stands for the public in between the matches and two big screens to provide the public with the best experience.”

** The complete match schedule of the EuroHockey Championships 2023 can be found here: https://eurohockey2023.com/en/matchschedule
** Further information on “HOCKEY x MUSIC” can be found here: https://eurohockey2023.com/en/informationen/hockey-x-music

Brewer added: “Everything we could have asked for is readily available and I know Peter von Reth, Nina Holtgrewe and the rest of the host committee will do their best to ensure everything runs smoothly.

“This will, in turn, enable the officials, umpires and players to be able to concentrate on their roles without worrying about any outside factors.

“Set in a bowl, spectators will have an excellent view and I fully anticipate the noise from the crowd to be one of the loudest we have seen, which should encourage squads, officials and umpires to operate at the highest level.”

From the hosts perspective, Niclas Thiel, Commercial Director of the German Hockey Federation, adds: “We have noticed a continuous interest in tickets for the EuroHockey Championships since the start of sales.

“Of course, our men’s World Cup title has given us a further boost. At this point, we are very satisfied with the status of ticket sales and can only call on all interested parties to buy their tickets quickly in order to be sure to be there for the EuroHockey Championships 2023 and the musical supporting programme!”


Those who want to experience the classic encounter between Germany and the Netherlands’ men in the stadium on Monday, August 21, should also hurry to buy their tickets. The night is part of the HOCKEY x MUSIC experience with Hermes House Band set to create a great atmosphere in SparkassenPark with party classics like “Sweet Caroline” or “Country Roads”.

HOCKEY x MUSIC schedule sees live music take place side by side with top-class sport for six days of the EuroHockey Championships 2023.

On opening night on August 18 2023, directly after the German women play Scotland, German singer Clueso will play a complete concert in the SparkassenPark at no extra charge. Höhner, Hermes House Band, Querbeat, Kate Ryan and Rednex will provide an exuberant atmosphere on other nights.


by European Hockey Federation

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