From January 12 to 16, 2022, the best eight women’s and best eight men’s national teams in Europe will travel to the Hanseatic City of Hamburg for the European Indoor Hockey Championship.
The hockey mega-event will take place in the traditional Hamburg sports hall in Alsterdorf. From August 24th, ticketing for the event will start with the option of registering via www.hockeyticket.de .
Hamburg’s interior and sports senator Andy Grote : “We are looking forward to top international hockey in Hamburg in January and want as many fans as possible to be able to attend the double European championships. After Tokyo, our two national teams in particular are eager to finally play again in front of a home crowd. The possibility of being able to register now is a good way until we have clarity about the actual capacity for the next year. “
DHB President Henning Fastrich . “At the moment, due to the unclear pandemic situation, it is not yet possible to foresee the size of the audience that we will be allowed to enter the hall. In order to be able to react as flexibly as possible to the developments of the COVID19 situation, we are now starting with a registration option that gives fans the chance to reserve seats in the event that spectators are admitted. “
And this is how the reservation works
By registering for single seats per game day, the buyer secures the authorization for a single ticket for one day of the event. As soon as it is foreseeable how many spectators will be allowed to watch the games of the Indoor European Championships in Hamburg per day, the registration can be converted into a ticket.
The decision as to whether the 2G access model just initiated by Hamburg or the previously prevailing 3G regulation for spectators at the European Indoor Championships will apply at the earliest at the start of the conversion phase of registrations into admission tickets, which is currently planned for the beginning of November 2021, to be hit.
When registering, the date is decisive. The processing fee of 5 euros for the registration is offset against the ticket price. If no spectators are admitted, the registration expires. The ticket prices for single seats range between 20 and 55 euros in advance sales, depending on the location of the seats.