• What are the Invictus Games?

    The Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women, both serving and veterans. The Games use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect of all those who serve their country.

    The word ‘Invictus’ means ‘unconquered’. It embodies the fighting spirit of the wounded, injured and sick service personnel and what these tenacious men and women can achieve, post injury.Please click here to find out more.

  • How do I stay up to date with the latest information?

    Subscribe to our newsletter and download the Invictus Games app to stay informed about this unique event. Follow our social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Youtube) for the latest news.

  • Where can I find information about the Opening and Closing Ceremony?

    You can buy your tickets for the Opening Ceremony on Saturday 16 April and the Closing Ceremony on Friday 22 April here. The program for both evenings can be found here.

  • Where can I find more information about the sports schedule of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020?

    During the Invictus Games (April 16 – 22, 2022), more than 500 participants will play ten sports: athletics, weightlifting, hand archery, indoor rowing, Land Rover Driving Challenge, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair rugby, cycling, sitting volleyball and swimming. There are four locations where the activities are planned in and around the Zuiderpark in The Hague. The Fan zone will be open every day from 9:00 till 19:00. You can find the complete program here. 

  • How can I follow the Invictus Games at home?

    All information on how to follow the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 from home is gathered here.

  • Is it possible for supporters with a wheelchair to attend?

    It is possible to purchase a wheelchair space for all sports. An accompanying person must also purchase a wheelchair ticket, which gives access to the wheelchair stands. Seats are available here for people accompanying them.

  • Is there merchandise for sale?

    In the Invictus Games online shop you can find all the merchandise. Of course, the merchandise is also available during the Invictus Games in the shop at Zuiderpark.

  • Where can I sign-up to stay updated on the latest news about the Invictus Games The Hague 2020?

    To join the journey to the Invictus Games The Hague 2020, register to our newsletter for updates and follow #IG2020 via our social channels. (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, Youtube)

  • Why do I need to show my ID when entering the Zuiderpark?

    On request of the police, you will be asked to register your personal details; first name, surname and date of birth, at the entrance of the Zuiderpark from 13 to 22 April. This is by order of Article 3 of the Dutch Police Act. The data will be checked together with an ID card. This data will not be shared with third parties except the police. The data is stored for security reasons and there are no commercial interests involved. The data will be destroyed after 24 hours.

  • Are assistance dogs allowed in the park?

    Animals are allowed in the Zuiderpark. Make sure they are on a leash and you are responsible for cleaning up after them. Animals are not allowed in the competition halls and tents, with the exception of assistance dogs.

  • I can’t find the answer I am looking for, what to do?

    Do you have a question that is not answered in the FAQ? Please email us at info@invictusgames2020.nl

  • Where can I find the lost and found at the Park?

    All found items will be collected at the ticketing/info stand in the park (in front of the Invictus Games Stadium). Are you already at home? Then send an e-mail to info@invictusgames2020.nl

Ticketing information

  • Where can I order tickets for the opening and closing ceremony?

    Starting today, tickets for the Opening Ceremony on Saturday 16 April and the Closing Ceremony on Friday 22 April are on sale! You can buy the tickets here.

  • Why do tickets for the Opening and Closing Ceremony have to be personalised separately?

    The tickets will initially be in the name of the main booker. After ordering you will receive a message that you need to personalise the tickets. Please do this at least 24 hours before the start of the ceremonies. Otherwise your tickets will not be valid on entry.

  • Do I have access to all sports with a dayticket?

    No, a dayticket gives access to all sessions of a particular sport on a specific day.

  • Are my tickets from 2020 still valid, or do I have to buy new tickets?

    In 2020, we processed all orders and offered everyone a refund. All tickets from 2020 are therefore invalid. For Invictus games 2022, new tickets must be purchased.

  • Do all tickets have to be personalised?

    All tickets must be personalised. The personalised ticket must correspond to a valid ID. The ID could be checked together with your ticket (this applies to everyone of 13 years and older).

  • Can I bring a helper to the wheelchair platform?

    Every visitor needs his or her own ticket. This means that, for a visitor in a wheelchair and an accompanist/helper, you need to order 2 wheelchair tickets. Due to limited availability on a wheelchair platform, each visitor in a wheelchair can only bring 1 accompanist on the platform. Seats are available for the accompanist/helper.

  • Do children have free entrance?

    The Invictus Games Park (Zuiderpark) is free of charge for everybody. You only need tickets for watching the competitions in the grand stands at the sports venues.

    Children up to the age of 4 are free of charge, but they don’t have their own seat.

    Junior tickets are valid for children under 18 years.

Visitor information

  • How do I get to the Zuiderpark?

    Zuiderpark is easily accessible by public transport. Due to the limited parking space available around Zuiderpark, we advise everyone to use public transport. Here you can find all information regarding the accessibility of the Invictus Games.

    Parking information can be found here

  • Where can I find all the information about my visit to the Invictus Games?

    As a visitor, we want to give you as much information as possible about what to expect during your visit to the Invictus Games. Download the Invictus Games app and stay up to date with all the latest news.

  • Are there disabled parking spaces available?

    Because of the limited parking options around the Zuiderpark there are also a scare amount of disabled parking places.
    To park at a disabled parking place of the Invictus Games,  you will need a parking ticket.
    This ticket can be requested by e-mail. However, there is no guarantee that there is enough availability.
    One week before the Invictus Games, you will be informed about the availability, route and if applicable, will receive a parking ticket.
    Please send a mail to info@invictusgames2020.nl with the following information:
    Subject: disabled parking ticket request
    First name
    Last name
    License plate
    Day of visit
    Phone number

    At location is being checked to a valid parking ticket, but also a valid disabled card.

  • Where can I find the program?

    During the Invictus Games The Hague, 16-22 April 2022, 500 competitors will participate in one or more out of the ten sports: athletics, archery, cycling, indoor rowing, Land Rover Driving Challenge, powerlifting, sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair basketball, and wheelchair rugby. Most sports take place in and around the Invictus Games Park (Zuiderpark), for example in the Sports Campus and at Athletics Club Sparta. The fan zone is open every day between 9:00 and 19:00. Here you find the complete program.

  • Where can I find the lost and found at the Park?

    All found items will be collected at the ticketing/info stand in the park (in front of the Invictus Games Stadium). Are you already at home? Then send an e-mail to info@invictusgames2020.nl