The highly anticipated World Judo Championships Doha 2023 tickets are now available for purchase.
07 May 2023, 12:00 AM
14 May 2023, 12:00 AM
The Organizing Committee has announced that tickets for the highly anticipated World Judo Championships Doha 2023 are now available for purchase.
The 2023 World Judo Championships will be taking place at Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena from May 7-14, and will see the participation of more than 500 judoka athletes from more than 90 competing countries.
Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena has previously hosted world championships in handball and boxing, and the event is the latest in a long list of world-class sporting events to be held in Qatar. Following the successful hosting of the Senior Arab Judo Championships, the upcoming World Judo Championships Doha 2023 promises to deliver an unparalleled experience for athletes and spectators alike, showcasing the intense and skillful competition judo has to offer.
Featuring eight days of intense competition, the World Judo Championships Doha 2023 will culminate in a mixed-team event on the final day, promising a thrilling finale for fans in attendance. To secure your tickets and be part of this exciting event, visit judodoha2023.com and witness the action firsthand.
Marketing, Communication, Opening & Closing Ceremonies Committee Director, Abdulhadi Al Marri, shared his enthusiasm for the upcoming event, saying: "We are incredibly excited to welcome judo fans from around the world to Doha for the World Judo Championships Doha 2023. This event not only highlights the incredible talent within the sport of judo but also underscores Qatars dedication to hosting world-class sporting events. We encourage everyone to secure their tickets early and join us for this spectacular showcase of athleticism and skill." The World Judo Championships Doha 2023 will provide a valuable opportunity for Qatars athletes to compete against top international judokas, contributing to their growth and development in the sport while representing their nation on the international stage.