2018-12-18 10:03:00 CET

Guarantee your World Champs seat!

Get your hands on a day pass for Hamburg's biggest event of the summer!

The iconic Rothenbaum stadium will host the 2019 Beach Volleyball World ChampionshipsThe iconic Rothenbaum stadium will host the 2019 Beach Volleyball World Championships

Tickets are now available for the biggest beach volleyball event of 2019: the Beach Volleyball World Championships in Hamburg!

Home to reigning Olympic and World champions Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst, the iconic German city and Rothenbaum stadium will play host to the best 48 men’s and women’s teams, each battling it out for a place in the history books. Goosebumps will be guaranteed as the beach elite go toe-to-toe for a share of one million US Dollars in prize money.

Hamburg’s Rothenbaum will be transformed into the largest beach volleyball arena in the world – where the party mood among the fans is transmitted to the action on the court.

And the best part about this sand spectacular is entry for fans is free throughout the arena – until the capacity of the Rothenbaum can take no more!

Although entry is on a first-come, first-served basis, you can guarantee your spot in the stadium with a day pass giving spectators assured access to the Rothenbaum and the beach village. These are available each day during the tournament, including the medal matches on the Saturday and Sunday!

Day Passes are available to buy now here.

Prices (not including ticketing fees):

Friday 28, Saturday 29, Sunday 30 June: 45 Euro
Monday 1, Tuesday 2, Wednesday 3, Thursday 4 July: 35 Euro
Friday 5 July: 45 Euro
Saturday 6 July: 65 Euro
Sunday 7 July: 45 Euro

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