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New Tokyo 2020 Olympic Tickets on Sale Friday, 11 October at 10am AEDT

Author imageAOC10 Oct 2019

A new round of ticket sales for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will open in Australia on Friday October 11 at 10am AEDT.

The tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis through

, the leading provider of Olympic ticketing and hospitality, providing a new opportunity for Australian fans to be there live to experience the world’s biggest sporting event.

On Friday, participating customers will be ordered in an online queue to ensure fair processing amid what is expected to be high demand. The online queue will open at 9am AEDT, one hour before the tickets go on sale and CoSport recommend that new customers create an account in advance.

Create an Account

  1. Visit
  2. Click ‘LOGIN’
  4. Complete sign-up form, click ‘SUBMIT’ and VERIFY your account’s emailed activation link

Since debuting ticket sales last July to record-high demand, CoSport has worked with the AOC and Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee to attain new allocations and maximise opportunities for Australians to experience the Games. CoSport’s previous sale registered nearly 1 million web visits on 10 July alone, selling out of tickets within hours.

The newly-released Australian ticket inventory to be sold Friday is in addition to Hotel & Ticket Package combinations inclusive of diverse accommodations, exclusive hospitality lounge experiences and expert travel guidance.

Record demand in Japan has resulted in the majority of high-demand tickets being unavailable outside the host country, with Australia sharing in remainders split among more than 200 other Olympic territories.

“With less than 300 days until its Opening Ceremony, athletes already qualifying and the Olympic Stadium nearing completion, Tokyo 2020 is set to be one of the greatest Games ever,” said Robert F. Long, President of CoSport.

“The unprecedented demand for Olympic tickets and accommodation can be a challenge for Australians looking to travel to Tokyo, so we encourage fans to plan early, check out Friday’s ticket sale and consider package options,” Long concluded.

AOC CEO Matt Carroll AM was thrilled more fans will have the opportunity to be part of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic experience.

“There is nothing like being there to cheer on and share in history being made by Australian athletes on the biggest sporting stage,” Carroll said.

“This is a great opportunity to share in an exhilarating global event and together with CoSport, we encourage all Australian Team fans to be part of a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience."

Key Points

  • Create an account before Friday October 11
  • Login by 10am AEDT on Friday October 11 to join the online queue
  • Tickets on sale from 10am AEDT on Friday October 11

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