10 days, 5 disciplines and world-class sport: The best horse and rider combinations will be meeting up at the CHIO Aachen from September 10th-19th. Among others, the spectators can look forward to the Olympic gold medallists from Tokyo in the “living-room of the equestrian sport”.
In order to guarantee the visitors, athletes and employees the best possible health protection, the organisers are, in coordination with the authorities, planning a reduced capacity. Tickets can be ordered at the website, where all further information on this year’s special situation can also be found. CHIO Aachen, that means world-class sport in an exceptional ambience: Five disciplines in ten days, a top show programme, but also relaxation and shopping in the CHIO Aachen Village. The visitors can look forward to the most famous competitions in the world: The Rolex Grand Prix and the Deutsche Bank Prize, the Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup and the SAP Cup. And a spectacular innovation awaits the CHIO Aachen fans on Wednesday evening (15.9.): The Turkish Airlines Prize of Europe will be staged under floodlights for the first time ever.
Naturally, the CHIO Aachen will be organised in compliance with the Corona regulations that apply at the time. One thing is already clear today: Only people who have either recovered from the virus, who are fully vaccinated or who are in possession of a negative test will be granted access to the showgrounds. Furthermore, all of the tickets will be personalised. What’s more, it is only possible to select the stand and the block in the Ticket Shop, not the precise seat – in order to ensure that all of the social distancing rules are observed, this final allocation will be carried out by the system. Tickets can be purchased in twos, i.e. two tickets, four tickets etc., exclusively seated reservations are available. “We are immensely looking forward to the CHIO Aachen in September and are convinced that our visitors will have understanding for the necessary measures,” commented Frank Kemperman, Chairman of the Aachen-Laurensberger Rennverein e.V. (ALRV), organisers of the event.