Timetable and ticketing info to help you plan your visit to the IAAF World Championships and World ParaAthletics Championships in London next summer
Tickets for the the 2017 IAAF World Championships and World ParaAthletics Championships in London go on sale on August 1 and so if you are keen to watch the biggest athletics events of next year then it is time to start looking at which sessions you want to target.
The Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be the setting as the World ParaAthletics Championships take place from July 14-23 followed by the IAAF World Championships from August 4-13 – all of which will create an unmissable summer of world athletics in London.
A total of 1.5 million tickets will go on sale with many at special, themed prices such as £9.58 as a tribute to Usain Bolt’s world 100m record figures and £12.91 to reflect Colin Jackson’s sprint hurdles mark (see below).
“Setting my world record was one of my proudest sporting moments and I’m delighted it means people will get to enjoy world-class athletics at accessible prices” – Colin Jackson
The main public ticket ballot period will open on August 1, but before this – during May and June – there is a priority sale window for pre-registered members of the athletics family. This includes affiliated members of the home nations athletics governing bodies, plus members of the British Athletics Supporters’ Club.
Check out the schedules and begin planning for next summer!
The timetables can be viewed in more detail on the event website by clicking on each graphic below.