In advance of tickets going on sale on 19 August, Glasgow 2014 has released key information to help the people of Glasgow, Scotland and the Commonwealth prepare to apply for tickets for the XX Commonwealth Games.
In addition to key pricing information, an outline calendar of events has been released.
Everyone can be part of the Games. Around 1 million tickets will be up for grabs and tickets for all sports start at just £15 for adults (inclusive of public transport in Glasgow too), with half-price tickets available for all sports for Under 16s and Over 60s. We aim to be the friendliest of family-friendly Games: the first Commonwealth Games to offer dedicated children's tickets.
The first phase of ticket sales will be open from 19 August to 16 September.
Applying for tickets is simple – and being able to pay by cheque as well as card, and by post as well as online, keeps it accessible. They’ll also ensure all customers receive e-mail ticket summaries before payment is taken.
Like all previous Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2014 will run a fair and simple application process, giving everyone the opportunity to apply for the tickets they want, over a four week period, irrespective of working hours or time-zones across the Commonwealth.
Prices have been designed to ensure as many people as possible can experience the Games. Over two-thirds of tickets are £25 and under.
Further information and full schedule details will be released in June, with the full Ticketing Guide and Application Form published on One Year to Go - 23 July 2013. Everyone can register account for further ticketing updates now on the Glasgow 2014 website.
More information about Hockey at the 2014 Commonwealth Games can be found by clicking here.
Source Material: Scottish Hockey Union media release
Posted 2 days ago.
An unexpected sixth place in the 2014 Hockey World Cup set alarm bells ringing in the German camp but the coach...
Posted 4 days ago.
In partnership with the FIH, the European Hockey Federation delivered the first European FIH Hockey Academy Level 1...
Posted 6 days ago.
More than 1.7 million people worldwide are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, and although advances in medicines...
Posted 1 week ago.
Zambian hockey is on the rise... at both ends of the spectrum.
Posted 2 weeks ago.
Both England men and England women have been through trials and tribulations in the past two years. Will the...
Posted 2 weeks ago.
The Euro Hockey League, returned to action at the weekend, with Barcelona’s Pau Negre Stadium playing host to a...