Published On: May 13, 2024

European Aquatics is delighted to announce that tickets for the European Aquatics Championships Belgrade 2024, which take place from 10-23 June, have been officially released to the public.

The 14-day continental showcase comprises swimming, diving, open water and artistic swimming.

It serves as a final chance for pool swimmers to qualify for the Paris Olympics with the qualification period ending on 23 June, the final day of competition.

The championships get underway with artistic swimming from 10-14 June at the Sports Centre Milan Gale Muškatirović which will also host the swimming programme from 17-23 June.

The open water will take place from 12-15 June at Ada Ciganlija with diving running from 17-23 June at the Serbian Institute for Sports and Sports Medicine.

To book tickets for the 37th edition of the European Aquatics Championships, please follow this link: Tickets can be purchased here.

Kristof Milak is among Olympic, World and European medallists who will be competing in the Serbian capital.

The Olympic 200m butterfly champion and world record-holder is part of a strong Hungary team along with 2024 World open water champion Kristóf Rasovszky and Hubert Kos, who won 200m backstroke gold at Fukuoka 2023.

They are joined by seven-time European gold medallist Boglárka Kapás and Vivien Jackl, the 15-year-old 400m individual medley champion at last year’s European Junior Championships in Belgrade.

Awaiting Milak will be Noè Ponti who won bronze behind the Hungarian in the 100m butterfly at the Tokyo Olympics.

Ponti was voted European Aquatics male swimmer of the year following his historic butterfly treble that included a continental record over 100m at the 2023 European Short-Course Championships in Otopeni.

The Swiss athlete has been on stunning form so far this year, going sixth in both the 50m and 100m butterfly all-time standings with national records of 22.65 and 50.16 respectively at the 2024 Swiss National Championships.

Louise and Sophie Hansson will also take to the water at the Sports Centre Milan Gale Muškatirović, with the Swedish sisters sharing an extensive armoury of World and European medals.

Artistic swimmer Ivan Martinović made history at Roma 2022 when he claimed bronze in the first-ever men’s solo competition at a senior European Championships.

He will partner with Jelena Kontić in the mixed duet as they perform in front of a home crowd in Belgrade. Great Britain will send the open water trio of Hector Pardoe, Leah Crisp and Toby Robinson as they continue their preparations for Paris 2024.

Tickets can be purchased here.