See here about Odisha Hockey World Cup 2023 Box office ticket sales.
According To Odishatv.in, Sixteen elite hockey teams from across the globe will participate in 44 matches at two state-of-the-art Odisha venues — the new ‘jewel’ of hockey, the Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium in Rourkela with a seating capacity of over 20,000, and the iconic Kalinga Hockey Stadium in Bhubaneswar with a sitting capacity of over 15,000.
India match day tickets are priced at Rs 500 for West Stand, Rs 400 for East Stand, and Rs 200 for North and South Stand.
For non-India Match Days, tickets are priced at Rs 500 for West Stand, Rs 200 for East Stand and Rs 100 for North and South Stand.
For qualifiers onwards till final in Bhubaneswar, tickets are priced at Rs 500 for West Stand, Rs 400 for East Stand and Rs 200 for North and South Stand.
Whereas, for positioning matches from (9-16 placings) in Rourkela, tickets are priced at Rs 500 for West Stand, Rs 200 for East Stand and Rs 100 for North and South Stand.
FIH Odisha Hockey Mens World Cup 2023 Bhubaneswar
All you need to know about the FIH Odisha Hockey Mens World Cup 2023 Bhubaneswar – Rourkela
As FIH Men's #HockeyWorldCup approaches, construction and beautification works have sped up in different parts of #Rourkela Here is a look at the Glow Garden, New Road, and statues of #Hockey Players at the Hockey Chowk in #SteelCity pic.twitter.com/aC8uyTFWUF— Rourkela Municipal Corporation (@RourkelaMC) December 14, 2022
FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup 2023 Bhubaneswar , Rourkela
According to Insider.in
City – Rourkela
Venue – Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium
Day – 03 Match Lineup:
Spain v Wales – 5 PM (IST)
England v India – 7 PM (IST)
Box Office Location – Stadium Gate No. 2 – West Stand and North Stand B. Stadium Gate No. 6 – East Stand and South Stand
A. Stadium Gate No. 2
B. Stadium Gate No. 6
Re-entry allowed only within stadium premises. Once the spectator leaves the stadium main gate, re-entry will not be allowed.
Hockey does not get better than this, the competition to be crowned World Champion! Counted as the pinnacle of the sport, the Hockey Men’s World Cup is organised by the International Hockey Federation (FIH).
Held every four years, the best international teams from around the world compete in some of the most entertaining hockey. The hockey world is ablaze with a dizzying assortment of competitions. None, however, has come close to the World Cup since its inception in 1971.
During the 15th edition of the tournament to be held in Odisha, many new stars will emerge and some will become living legends.
The FIH Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup 2023, Bhubaneswar-Rourkela, will take place from January 13 to 29, 2023.
Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium
Chhend Colony, Rourkela, Odisha 769015
Odisha Hockey World Cup 2023 Preparations
As the countdown has already started for the showpiece event, beautification drives in both the cities have reached the final stages. While mural paintings have added gloss to the city walls, various places in the city are glittering with colourful lights.
In the run-up to #HockeyWorldCup, the sports infrastructure of the #SteelCity has reached greater heights. In this series, to instill a sporting spirit among enthusiasts, 4 mini stadiums have been set up at Udit Nagar, Koel Nagar, Civil Township and Chend areas of #Rourkela pic.twitter.com/9dTiIPCx1N— Rourkela Municipal Corporation (@RourkelaMC) December 15, 2022
Odisha government has left no stone unturned in the preparation for the grand event. Al kinds of arrangements are in place to give a memorable experience to the players and several guests from abroad and across the country arriving for the marquee event.
Hockey fever has gripped the Steel City of Odisha. Rourkela is gearing up for the mega event with preparations reaching the last stage and the entire city getting a revamp.
The walls have been painted with murals of hockey players and themes. As a precursor to the World Cup, a 40-feet statue of a hockey player has been erected near the airport to welcome the players and fans across the globe.
Along with the inaugural match on January 13, a total of 20 matches of the tournament will be played at the Birsa Munda International Hockey Stadium.
The sense of urgency echoes throughout the Rourkela city as final touches are being given to the entire infrastructure including the stadium, roads and footpaths.
“The whole city has been transformed for the upcoming hockey world cup. With new infrastructure, roads, fountain, lightening, wall paintings, the city has a beautified look like a bride. We are all excited for the grad event. It will be a proud moment for the people of the city,” said Usha Manjusha Barik, a denizen of Rourkela and hockey fan.
“Statutes of some hockey legends have been erected at several places in the city. It will give people a feeling of nostalgia and they will be attracted towards the game,” said former India hockey player Lazarus Barla.
Meanwhile, Rourkela Smart City CEO Shubhankar Mohapatra urged the people to act like responsible citizens to take care of all the beautification work and enjoy the mega event.
“It is the responsibility of all the people of Rourkela to host the grand event in a meticulous manner so that the players and visitors across the globe will cherish their time here,” said Mohapatra.
Meanwhile, the state capital is happening with many fold preparatory activities to host the much-awaited World Cup. While sanitation work has been given priority, the city wall is being painted with morals of various hockey themes. To involve the city denizens with the grand event ‘Chak De’ programmes are being organised.
Moreover, discussions are going on with various ‘Puja Mandaps’ to broadcast the live match on big screens to give a flavor of hockey to one and all across the city. Big cutouts of players will adore the city to attract fans and create awareness about the game. BMC has ordered the shops and other business establishments to keep their surrounding neat and clean. Cab and auto drivers and food delivery boys have been directed to adore their vehicles with hockey themes and wear T shirts and caps depicting awareness slogans on hockey.
“We have been directed to show good behavior to the guests during the World Cup and we will not compromise with it,” said Padman Samal, Secretary of All Odisha Auto Association. Report Odishatv.
FIH Odisha Hockey Men's World Cup 2023— Rourkela Municipal Corporation (@RourkelaMC) December 17, 2022
The Countdown Begins – 27 Days to go!#Rourkela #rmc #hockey #hockeyworldcup2023 @CMO_Odisha @HUDDeptOdisha @IPR_Odisha @DMSundargarh @sports_odisha @FIH_Hockey pic.twitter.com/VUuWRwn7Co