Event information


Tickets for the 2019-2020 Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup at Glasgow’s Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome will go on sale exclusively to British Cycling members from Thursday January 31.

Members will get an eight-day priority window to purchase tickets for the event, which will take place between November 8 and 10 and represent the final chance to see British track riders compete in national kit on home soil before Tokyo 2020.

Visit your Member Dashboard from 10:00 on Thursday 31 January to find out more.

Tickets will then go on general sale on February 13.

Terms and conditions

Please note that all ticket purchases are through Ticketmaster and subject to Ticketmaster fees and conditions. Postage or a ticket printing charge is applied at the end of your order. Session finish times are estimates and may vary due to racing incidents. Please note the Lounge ticket does not include a seat in the stands, the ticket is valid for the track centre lounge area only.

Due to the height of the track railing, some front row seats may not be suitable for children or small adults.

Family tickets include two adults and two under-18s

Any children under the age of two do not need a ticket but must sit on an adult’s lap.

There must be a minimum of one Adult (over 18) for every 5 minors (under 16).

Unofficial ticket sellers

British Cycling is against ticket touting and is committed to eradicating it wherever possible. Ticket touting excludes fans who cannot afford the inflated prices offered and prevents cycling being accessible to all sections of the community.

Tickets bought and sold from or by an unauthorised agent/individual either online or in person may see you with a counterfeit ticket and could leave you out of pocket with no access to the venue. DO NOT take the risk.

British Cycling monitors online auction and ticket re-sale sites and any tickets sold in breach of ticket conditions may be cancelled, leading to refused entry into the venue. If you are unable to attend the event then you are permitted to pass on your ticket at face value (or less than face value) to a family member or friend.

British Cycling reserves the right to request verification of identity and source of purchase upon entry to the venue.