Entrance to the Youth Olympic Parks will be free of charge for the public: online registration will start at the end of July and each person will receive a wristband containing a chip.
To obtain a Youth Olympic Pass, sport fans must go to www.buenosaires2018.com to complete a simple online registration process. The wristbands will then be available at various pick up points.
With less than six months to go until Buenos Aires 2018, the countdown is on! There will be thirty-two sports; 3,998 athletes; 12 days of competition; 29 venues; 286 sport sessions; 1,250 medals; more than 1,200 cultural and educational activities, and just one Youth Olympic Pass to access the biggest multisport event in Argentina's history.
The Youth Olympic Games will be held from October 6 to 18 in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina.
The individual Youth Olympic Pass gives free access to all the Youth Olympic Parks and competition stadiums. To obtain the pass, sports fans must register at www.buenosaires2018.com starting at the end of July.
The Pass will be in the form of a wristband containing a chip that will allow spectators to be part of a historic Olympic experience. The online registration process will be straightforward and the wristband can be picked up at various locations.
Hundreds of thousands of wristbands will be available, however, the parks and stadiums will have a limited capacity to ensure that Argentina’s first Olympic event is a memorable one. For this reason, a first come, first served system will be implemented, giving priority to those who arrive at the venues first.
Four Youth Olympic Parks and four stand alone venues will be the setting for the Buenos Aires 2018 celebrations.