2014 Sochi Games

Important information for Sochi Games spectators – The Spectator Pass (registration card) is a document which should be presented together with a Games Ticket to allow a Ticket Holder to be granted an access to a Venue to attend the Session indicated on the Ticket.

In order to attend the Sochi Games events and Olympic Park you need to purchase a ticket and get  your Spectator Pass* at one of the spectator registration centres.

Here you will can find the information  about  the Spectator Pass for the XXII Olympic Winter Games and the XI Paralympic Winter Games of 2014 in the city of Sochi, Rules of use, the addresses of the spectator registration centers and other useful information. https://pass.sochi2014.com/sochi/

100 days to go

On his first official visit to Sochi as IOC President, Thomas Bach has met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and other dignitaries to discuss preparations for the XXII Olympic Winter Games next February and inspect the sites first-hand, with only 100 days to go until the Opening Ceremony.

President Bach visited the Athletes’ Village, Main Media Centre and Fisht Olympic Stadium in the Coastal Cluster, before heading to the Mountain Cluster in the afternoon.

“With only 100 days to go, the Sochi 2014 venues look impressive, and I am confident that the athletes competing this February will be delighted with them,” said President Bach. “They have already been fully tested over the past two winter seasons, and once filled with sports fans from around the world, I’m confident that the Olympians of 2014 will be able to go home with some unforgettable memories.”


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