We look to see you in the German capital city for this innovative multi-sport event at the international level that sets new standards as Berlin becomes the world capital of aquatic sport during the third week of October.

Fans will have even more opportunities to see the world’s best swimmers and divers live. In swimming, a total of 34 disciplines will be held in the short course 25m pool format over three days (Friday to Sunday), with the heats in the morning and the finals in the evening.

The athletes will receive points for their performances; the male and female athletes that collect the most points over the course of the event will put themselves into the driver's seat to win the overall FINA Swimming World Cup series.

In between the swimming, the diving finals will take place at noon and in the afternoon – with the diving preliminaries on Thursday, 20 October, acting as a prelude to the competitions with the medals on the line. In total, nine events are on the programme for the diving competitions.

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Now’s the time to get your tickets for the FINA Swimming & Diving World Cup 2022 in Berlin at the official ticketing shop provided by heading here.


You can also order tickets by telephone on the ticket hotline.

Ticket Hotline: 01806 – 99 11 84 (EUR 0.20/call from a German landline / max. EUR 0.60/call from a German mobile network)

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The FINA Diving & Swimming World Cup 2022 events in Berlin will be held as an innovative combined event. Note that from Friday to Sunday, 21-23 October 2022, day tickets purchased will grant you access to both the diving and swimming competitions. On Thursday, October 20th there will only be competitions in diving.

Separate purchase of tickets exclusively for the FINA Swimming World Cup or FINA Diving World Cup is not possible for logistical and organizational reasons.

You can check out the exact schedule of the competition here.


Seats and standing places are to be taken independently in the area of ​​the spectator stands. A ticket booking with a permanently assigned seat is not offered.