BUDAPEST – Men’s EHF European Handball Championship 2022

BUDAPEST


If you were to ask what comes to mind about Budapest, the historical spas and bathing culture of the city would most certainly be among your first tips. Out of Hungary's more than a thousand natural springs, 118 burst only right here in Budapest, its world-famous spas are iconic locations. But not only because of this, Budapest is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Its unparalleled rich architectural and historical monuments, the Danube Promenade and the Danube panorama, the city's characteristic bridges, cultural life and constantly bustling nature attract millions every year.

And when you think of the impressive gastronomic offer based on the fusion of traditional and new wave lines, Hungarian wines, shopping streets, versatile cafes, and vibrant nightlife, it is already clear why you will be lucky in January 2022, during the European Championship.

Everything is close by in Budapest, something is always happening in Budapest, you are always at home in Budapest.

The capital – which regularly hosts the four finals of the EHF Champions League for women’s handball – has already hosted the European Women’s Handball Championship, now it’s the men’s turn.


Budapest handball arena


Maximum capacity: 20 022
The central arena of the EHF EURO 2022 will be built specifically for the occasion of the tournament. It will be able to accommodate more than 20,000 people, making it the largest multifunctional building in Hungary. Its stands will be three-storey, the lower part can host 9,000 and the upper part 10,000 spectators.

In addition to domestic and international sport events, it will be suitable for large concerts, performances and entertainment productions, as well as other events that attract a significant number of guests.


AVAILABLE TICKETS AND BUNDLES





A pass for the most exciting stage of the EHF EURO 2022. Valid for the final weekend, with a 5th place match, two semi-finals, a bronze match and the final.

The pass entitles for general admission to the Budapest Arena on January 28 and 30.
 
 


This pass is valid for all the matches at the Budapest Arena: group stage games, semi-finals and finals.

The pass entitles for general admission to the Budapest venue between January 12 and 30.
 
 
Tickets