Football, Basketball and Culture Tickets
Join the fun with whatever is going on in Berlin:
Football at the Olympic Stadium
We love football, which is why it was something of a blow when local team Hertha BSC were relegated from the top division in Germany in 2010. But never mind, the Olympic Stadium is well worth a visit, and we have tickets for all Hertha home matches in the stadium where Jesse Owens stole the show in the 1936 Olympics, and Zinedine Zidane quite literally bowed out of his football careers in the World Cup Final seventy years later.
If you want to explore the Olympic Stadium when there is no game on, the Visitor’s Centre is open on all days when there is no event being held. The public areas of the stadium are open from 9am until 7pm (4pm in winter), and entry tickets cost €4. Please check the website for the event schedule, so that you know when the Visitor’s Centre is open.
ALBA, the local basketball team, are the opposite of Hertha in that they are actually quite good, not only at a national level, but also often competing in European competition. We have tickets to games at the sparkly O2 Arena...ask at reception for more details.
The Circus cooperates with Koka 36, one of Berlin's leading ticket agencies, as well as some of the city's top clubs, the Berlin Festspiele and the organisers of the Berlinale International Film Festival. All we need is your credit card number in advance so that we can organize the tickets for you. This service is free, and the tickets will be waiting for you when you arrive.
If you have any requests for tickets, please get in contact with us. And if you are looking for some ideas for what to do in Berlin, here are some websites:
The Berliner Staatsoper: www.deutschestaatsoper.de
The Komische Oper: www.komische-oper-berlin.de
The Philharmonie: www.berlin-philharmonic.com
The Deutsche Oper: www.deutscheoperberlin.de
Clubs and DJ schedules at www.berlin030.de
The Berlinale: www.berlinale.de