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How to get football Olympics tickets: Guide to Paris 2024

The 2024 Olympic Games is now just seven months away with the games set to start in Paris in July 2024. Purchasing tickets for the Olympics is never easy or particularly straightforward but does that also apply to Olympic football? Through this guide, we will provide you with everything you need to know on how to get football Olympics tickets, how much it will cost you and which matches are taking place and when.

How to get football Olympics tickets
The Paris Olympics is just months away | Photo: Icon sport

How to get football Olympics tickets: All you need to know

The first batch of football Olympics tickets went on sale on 30 November. Out of the 400,000 tickets that went on sale for all sports in the Olympics, 30,000 were made available for football and thousands are still able to purchase. Tickets for both the men's and women's tournaments are available from the group stages through to the gold medal matches.

To purchase a ticket you need to visit the Paris Olympics' official ticketing website and select the game you wish you attend.

Unlike other Olympic events, football tickets are being sold at a first come, first served basis at Paris 2024 so you don't have to worry about entering a ballot with thousands of other fans provided you are quick enough.

All you need to do is register for an account on the official website and then you will be good to go. Each ticket account is limited to 30 tickets so you will be able to buy for multiple people if you are planning on attending the tournament in a group.

How much are Paris 2024 Olympics football tickets?

2024 Paris Olympics football tickets prices vary depending on whereabouts you want to sit and the match you want to attend.

Group stage matches

Cheapest: €24

Most expensive: €100

Quarter-final matches

Cheapest: €30

Most expensive: €100

Semi-final matches

Cheapest: €50

Most expensive: €200

Bronze medal matches

Cheapest: €30

Most expensive: €130

Gold medal matches

Cheapest: €185

Most expensive: €300

Which stadiums are hosting football matches at the 2024 Olympics?

There are seven stadiums hosting football matches at the 2024 Summer Olympics. They are:

Both the women's and men's gold medal matches will take place at the Parc des Princes in Paris. The stadium is the home stadium of PSG and has a capacity of 48,583. All tickets have already been sold for the men's gold medal match but there are still some left for the women's gold medal match.

The Parc des Princes
The Parc des Princes will host both gold medal matches | Photo: Icon Sport

Which countries are taking part in the football?

The men's tournament will comprise of 16 teams while the women's tournament will comprise of 12 teams. Qualification for the tournament is yet to be finalised with some spaces still open in both tournaments. The nations that have already qualified for the Olympics are:


  • France
  • Dominican Republic

  • Egypt

  • Israel

  • Mali

  • Morocco

  • New Zealand

  • Spain

  • Ukraine

  • USA


  • France

  • Brazil

  • Canada

  • Colombia

  • USA

Olympics 2024 football dates

Both tournaments will last two and a half weeks although more games will be played in the men's edition as four more teams are competing. The dates for both tournaments are as follows:

Men's football Olympic schedule

Wednesday 24 July – Group stage matchday 1

Saturday 27 July – Group stage matchday 2

Tuesday 30 July – Group stage matchday 3

Friday 2 August – Quarter finals

Monday 5 August – Semi finals

Thursday 8 August – Bronze medal match

Friday 9 August – Gold medal match

Women's football Olympic schedule

Thursday 25 July – Group stage matchday 1

Sunday 28 July – Group stage matchday 2

Wednesday 31 July – Group stage matchday 3

Saturday 3 August – Quarter finals

Tuesday 6 August – Semi finals

Friday 9 August – Bronze medal match

Saturday 10 August – Gold medal match

Andy Delaney

Andy is a freelance sports writer with ten years of experience covering major sporting events across Europe. He has also been a season ticket holder at Old Trafford since 2008 and has visited over 40 football stadiums in the United Kingdom and abroad following the Reds.

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