The day tickets for the EHF EURO 2022 have arrived!
If you haven’t bought a ticket or bundle for one of the biggest domestic sporting events in 2022 so far, now here is your chance to do so again. On 1 September from 12 noon, day tickets can also be purchased for group matches, the Main Round and the Final Weekend matches.
There are less than four months left until the Hungarian-Slovak European Championship, the varied bundle offer is now being expanded with day tickets. If you only want or can take part in the European Championship in one day, you have the opportunity!
We have already offered a day ticket (from HUF 7,900) for the opening match of the European Championship, the Hungarian-Dutch meeting, with which you can also see the official, large-scale opening of the Budapest Multifunctional Sports Hall. Day tickets can be bought for the other two Hungarian group matches (Iceland and Portugal will be the opponent) from HUF 5,900, while for the group matches in Szeged and Debrecen from HUF 4,900.
Day tickets can be used to watch two matches in the group round and three matches in the Main Round, and the ticket is valid for both matches on the day of the semi-finals. Day tickets can be bought from HUF 9,900 for the semi-finals and from HUF 19,900 for the final. Tickets can also be booked at the Budapest, Debrecen and Szeged venues based on four price categories.
In Szeged you can watch the Olympic champion French, the European Championship silver medalist Croatian and the always strong Serbian team while in Debrecen the World Champion, Olympic silver medalist Danes and the European Championship 4th places Slovenes.
It is important that the possibility to buy bundles for the European Championship is also open: for all group matches, Main Round matches and the Final Weekend of the given venue. Moreover, you can buy a bundle for every match of the Budapest Multifunctional Sports Hall.
Sales of day tickets in Slovakia will start on 7th of September.
European Championship groups: Group A (Venue: Főnix Hall, Debrecen):
Slovenia, Denmark, Northern Macedonia, Montenegro Group B (Budapest Multifunctional Sports Hall):
Portugal, Hungary, Iceland, the Netherlands Group C (New Arena, Szeged):
Croatia, Serbia, France, Ukraine Group D (Ondrej Nepela Arena, Bratislava):
Germany, Austria, Belarus, Poland Group E (Ondrej Nepela Arena, Bratislava):
Spain, Sweden, Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina Group F (Steel Arena, Košice):
Norway, Russia, Slovakia, Lithuania