Tickets for the Glasgow 2018 European Championships – an exciting new multi-sport event bringing together some of the continent’s leading sports – are NOW on sale with attendances of around 250,000 expected at venues in Glasgow and Scotland next year.
Glasgow 2018, which brings together the existing European Championships for Aquatics, Cycling, Gymnastics, Rowing and Triathlon along with a new Golf team championship, will be a new highlight on the global sporting calendar and the biggest sporting event hosted in Scotland since the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Fans can buy tickets for 84 thrilling sessions of sport starting at just £10 for adults and £5 for under-16s and over-60s.
The gymnastics will take place from the 2nd – 12th August, with men’s and women’s competitions at both junior and senior level. Our British gymnastics superstars are already excited about what promises to be a sensational event..
Ellie Downie “It’s going to be amazing to perform on home soil, The Hydro Arena is a very memorable arena for me, it’s where we won our first World team medal, so it will be nice to be back there. I think the atmosphere is going to be incredible with the home crowd, and there’s going to be a lot of hype around it.”
“It is a multi-sport event, instead of just being gymnastics, so we will be able to interact with all the other athletes and that will create even more of a buzz. It’s going to be unreal going in as reigning all-around champion. I’ve never been in that position before at a European Championships so it will be different in that respect, but it will still be really exciting.”
Nile Wilson “It’s fantastic to have it in this country, I have competed in Glasgow numerous times at the Commonwealth Games and World Championships and each time it was fantastic. To have a multi-sport event as well is really exciting, as it’s a chance to meet athletes from different sports and interact with them.”
Tickets for all events can be purchased from www.glasgow2018.com/tickets and will be sold on a first come first served basis, with fans encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment. Those lucky enough to secure a ticket will see athletes from 52 nations compete in a bid to be crowned European champion.