Let's go for the fans of the Four Hills Tournament: On September 1, the advance sale for the most important winter sports series event in the world started, which will take place for the 71st time this winter. Tickets for all four competition venues are available at tickets.vierschanzentournee.com.
In the two-stage sales mode, so-called combination tickets are available for the time being, which are equally valid for qualification and competition. From October 24 onwards, individual tickets will also be available, provided they are still available.
"After two years without spectators, we are expecting a particularly big rush this winter and I can only advise all ski jumping fans to really take care of tickets in good time - no matter for which venue," says tour president Dr. Peter Kruijer from Oberstdorf.
The organizers are again expecting particularly well-filled stadiums and more than 100,000 spectators this winter. At the same time
they explicitly point out to only purchase tickets via the official website tickets.vierschanzentournee.com. "In the past, unfortunately, dubious vendors have repeatedly sold tickets at significantly overpriced prices. We expressly warn against this," said Michael Maurer, president of the organizing committee at the New Year's ski jumping in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Not only in Germany, but also in Austria, the tour organizers are looking forward to as full a house as possible at their ski jumps. "The atmosphere in the Bergisel cauldron is unique and the final in Bischofshofen cannot be beaten in terms of excitement. There will be goose bumps again," says Manfred Schützenhofer, head of organization in Bischofshofen.
Last year, Japan's Ryoyu Kobajashi secured the title at the 70th Four Hills Tournament, ahead of the two Norwegians Marius Lindvik and Halvor Egner Granerud as well as Karl Geiger from Oberstdorf.go back
The ticket pre-sale for the 72nd edition of the Four Hills Tournament is underway.
For the end of the season in ski jumping two individual competitions and one team competition were on the program in Planica. Under difficult weather conditions the Austrians and Slovenians were the ones who managed to finish the season in the best way.
On the second last competition weekend of the season Austria secured the title in the team event in Lahti. In the individual event, which was concluded after the first round due to difficult wind conditions, Ryoyu Kobayashi triumphed ahead of Stefan Kraft and Karl Geiger.