Tyson Fury vs Klitschko Rematch

Klitschko vs Fury Ticket Prices

Published On August 20, 2015 | By Niall Doran | Boxing News

If you are looking to get over to Dusseldorf, Germany for the 24th of October for what promises to be the biggest heavyweight fight of the last number of years, here’s what you need to know on ticket information.


As things stand (as of today August 20th) there are still a healthy number of tickets left for the outdoor stadium event, which will take place at the genuinely magnificent Esprit Arena which holds up to 54,600 spectators.

A stadium renowned for holding large sporting and music events, if you’re heading to Germany that weekend for Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury, you’re in for a real treat as a fight fan.

If you want to get tickets at face value without going to a re-seller site, than official ticket outlet Eventim in the UK should be your preferred source and offer the best value.

At present, there are tickets left in the following price brackets:

  • VIP – £950.00
  • VIP – £550.00
  • VIP – £430.00
  • Seating – £99.00
  • Seating – £29.00

Having checked out some of the seating arrangement graphics on the Eventim website, it appears the remaining VIP ticket prices as above get you onto the pitch, with the seating ticket prices left leaving you a bit back from where the ring will be, but still with a fairly good view due to the way the stadium is constructed.

I’d imagine these tickets are going to get snapped up fairly rapidly in the coming weeks as the promotion really ramps up for the fight, so if you want to get tickets at genuine face value without having to go to a re-seller website log on to ticket website Eventim UK.

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Niall Doran
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