Update: July 2020
Since the new Tokyo 2020 Competition Schedule has been confirmed, CoSport have provided an update by email to all ticket holders with regards to their purchased tickets.
In principle, the Games tickets that have been already purchased will be valid on the newly scheduled date. If you are unable to attend the session on the new date, you may request a refund.
Update: May 2020
Tokyo 2020 will now take place between 23rd July and 8th August 2021 and CoSport will be in contact will all ticket holders by email to discuss your options once they are clear.
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Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games tickets can be purchased through
Ticket & Hospitality Pass Packages, including Olympic events and world-class hospitality center,
Australians can purchase world-class hospitality at the National Theatre of Japan, packaged with some of the Tokyo 2020’s most sought-after tickets.
Ticket Sales Process
In June 2019, CoSport, the Official Olympic Hospitality Provider and proud Australian Olympic Team Partner, held a Ticket Request Process in which more than one million global users accessed
CoSport users whose ballots were successfully drawn were among the first Australians to buy Tokyo 2020 tickets.
During October 2019 a new batch of tickets became available through CoSport which sold-out in five hours, with another batch going on sale in January 2020.
When purchasing Tokyo 2020 tickets, use the Official Ticket Sales Channels -
To protect yourself, you must only purchase tickets from
Please take the utmost caution to ensure that you do not fall victim to illicit ticket resale and other acts of fraud.
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