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Tickets are now on sale for the 2019-2020 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup which will be held at Brisbane’s Anna Meares Velodrome from 13-15 December 2019.

Ticket prices start at $10 for morning sessions, while fans can get along to the evening’s finals action for as little as $30. Family and Series passes are also available so you can catch the action with your friends. 

The 2019-2020 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup will host the world’s best track cyclists as they battle for gold and valuable qualifying points for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

The Australian Cycling Team was crowned the overall 2018-2019 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup winners and finished the 2019 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Championships in second overall after claiming six world titles.

2019 team sprint world champion and triple 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Stephanie Morton is calling on fans to get in early to ensure they are part of the action.

“Whenever you get to compete for your country on home soil, it is a very special experience for riders, but also for cycling fans and spectators,” said Morton. “The Anna Meares Velodrome holds a special place in my heart having won triple Commonwealth gold in 2018.

“The atmosphere was electric inside the velodrome at the Commonwealth Games and I can only imagine how amazing it would be to be part of the crowd cheering us Aussies on.

“So make sure you get in early and secure your seat!”

The 2019-2020 TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup is supported by the Queensland Government through Tourism and Events Queensland and features on the It’s Live! in Queensland events calendar, worth $800m to the state’s economy in 2019.

Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said the UCI Track Cycling World Cup would showcase Brisbane as a world-class cycling destination.

“Brisbane is an ideal city to host such an event which will create more to see and do, enticing visitors from across Australia and around the globe to our city,” Cr Schrinner said. “We are blessed with an enviable outdoor lifestyle, a strong cycling culture, the world-class Anna Meares Velodrome and a comprehensive network of cycle paths and bikeways. 

“In addition to enhancing Brisbane’s reputation as a major cycling destination, the influx of visitors to the World Cup will provide an economic boost to Brisbane, create jobs across the city and support our accommodation, retail, hospitality and service sectors.”


  • FRI 13 DEC: Team Pursuit and Team Sprint
  • SAT 14 DEC: Men’s Omnium, Women’s Madison, Men’s Keirin, Women’s Sprint
  • SUN 15 DEC: Women’s Omnium, Men’s Madison, Women’s Keirin, Men’s Sprint


To secure your seats, visit the official website brisbanetrackworldcup.com/tickets

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