Further Men’s World Championship 2019 tickets for sale from 1 March on
From Thursday, 1 March 10.00 a.m., further tickets for the Men’s World Championship 2019 are up for grabs.
In December 2017, a small amount of tickets for the Men’s World Championship 2019 in Denmark and Germany were up for grabs. From Thursday 1 March, 10.00 a.m. on, further tickets will be available via the official website www.handball19.com. Therefore, be ready at your computer or your mobile device if you wish to see the first match of the German team in Berlin or the Danish side on January 10th. The opening match in Denmark will be the first handball match ever played at the Royal Arena Copenhagen. In the upcoming sales period, also tickets for the semi-finals on January 25th in Hamburg’s Barclaycard Arena and the finals in Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning on January 27th will be purchased.
At the same time, further tickets are for sale for matches in all venues - Copenhagen, Herning, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne and Munich. In June 2018, right after the draw event, when all participants and groups are confirmed, a larger number of tickets will be available. Then, and depending on the demand, the German and Danish hosts will decide whether it will be possible to buy tickets for single matches.
Ticket sale starts at Ticketmaster in Denmark and CTS Eventim in Germany on Thursday 1 March at 10.00. You can purchase your tickets through the official website www.handball19.com
About the venues
When the World Championship is carried out in Denmark and Germany in January 2019, world class men’s handball is available in six different arenas. In Germany, Group A is staged in the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin (14,800 spectators) and Group B is played in Olympiahalle in Munich (12,000). In Denmark, where Sport Event Denmark is a partner, Group C is hosted in Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning (15,000), where also one main round and the final are played. Group D is played in the Royal Arena in Copenhagen (13,500). The second main round is played in LANXESS Arena in Cologne (19,250). The semifinals are staged in Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg (13,300).