Thursday, September 3, 2015 London 2016 pre-sale ticket window set to open London Aquatics Centre The pre-sale window to buy tickets for the London 2016 LEN European Aquatics Championships will open next week to all those who have registered their details by midnight on September 6. With just over eight months to go until the continent’s finest swimmers, synchronised swimmers and divers arrive in London; the chance to get your hands on tickets is just a matter of days away. The exclusive pre-sale window will run from 12 noon on Tuesday September 8 to 12 noon on Friday September 11 giving you three full days to make your purchases ahead of the general public. Tickets will then go on general sale on Tuesday September 15 and with strong interest in priority access shown, don’t miss your chance to secure the best seats to your preferred sessions. The schedule for the first LEN European Aquatics Championships to be held in the UK for 23 years since Sheffield in 1993 is now available HERE. The 2016 edition is also set to be the biggest event to be held at the London Aquatics Centre at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park since the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Rio 2016 Olympic Games will follow less than three months after the Championships and with tickets almost on sale; we are delighted to say that: 51,000 tickets are available across 33 sessions of swimming, synchronised swimming and diving Two-thirds of all tickets are priced at £30 or under Tickets cost from £10-£55 with half available for swimming sessions and the other half split across synchronised swimming and diving Tickets start at £20 for swimming, £10 for synchronised swimming, £15 for diving and £20 for the four unique combined synchronised swimming and diving sessions There are some fantastic savings for multiple sessions, if you: Buy both sessions on Saturday May 14 or on Sunday May 15 Combine morning and afternoon sessions or afternoon and evening sessions during days one to five Buy a special family package for weekend morning sessions Our official ticketing and pricing guide will be released later this week while registrations to gain access to the pre-sale window will close on September 6. Whatever you’re up to, don’t miss out!