Want tickets to the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris? IOC reveals key details

You can get started now by joining the Paris 2024 club.

It's almost impossible to believe, but we're currently just 671 days from the start of soccer at the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, France, and the IOC is revealing key dates for how to get tickets for Paris Olympics.

It's going to be a massive competition for U.S. Soccer as the USWNT looks to return to the top of the podium after earning bronze in Tokyo, while the USMNT U-23s are back at the Olympics for the first time since 2008.

The women claimed their spot by storming to victory at this past summer's Concacaf W Championship — winning all five games, scoring 13 goals and conceding none. The men triumphed at the Concacaf U-20 Championship with a record of six wins, one draw, zero defeats, 31 scored and just two allowed. 

Both teams will be exciting to watch in France, and if you're looking to book a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the City of Light for the Summer Games, then you'll need to remember these key dates.  

How To Get Tickets For Paris Olympics (First Phase) 

Dec. 1, 2022 to Jan. 31, 2023 — Register for the draw

Beginning Thursday, Dec. 1, you'll be able to visit the official ticketing website to register for the random draw. Registration is open for two months, and regardless of the date of entry, all participants have an equal chance of being randomly selected. 

You can increase your chances of being selected in the draw by becoming a member of the Paris 2024 club right now.  

Feb. 15, 2023 and continuing for several weeks — Start of sales

Those selected at random will receive an email with a purchase slot that gives them 48-hour access to customizable multi-ticket packs. A pack consists of three competition sessions. Those selected build their own pack by choosing their events and favorite sports from available seats.

The sale of single tickets for Paris 2024 begins in May 2023. 

Remember that all the soccer matches won't take place in Paris. Seven different venues are being used: Paris' Parc des Princes, Marseille's Stade Vélodrome, Lyon's Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Bordeaux's Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux, Saint-Étienne's Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Nice's Allianz Riviera and Nantes' Stade de la Beaujoire. 

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