Sunday March 3rd, 2019
Glasgow, Scottland, UK
Distance: 1500m · Track
The 2019 European Athletics Indoor Championships is coming to Glasgow, March 1-3. Witness six sessions of action-packed sport over three days of intense competition in the intimate Emirates Arena as some of the best athletes in the world compete for prestigious European titles.
Don’t miss the opportunity to witness this thrilling event and get closer to the action.
Glasgow’s Emirates Arena is the venue for the European Athletic Indoor Championships, 2019 and has quickly become Scotland’s ‘home’ of world-class sport since opening in 2012. Purpose-built for major international sporting events, it boasts a 5500-seater main arena alongside the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.
In addition to being the home of the bi-annual British Athletics Indoor Grand Prix, the Emirates Arena has played host too many other international sporting events including the 2017 TOTAL BWF Badminton World Championships, Glasgow World Cup Gymnastics, Davis Cup Tennis, UCI Track World Cup, and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Track Cycling and Badminton.
|2nd Male||3:45.56||Kalle Berglund||SWE|
|3rd Male||3:45.89||Filip Sasínek||CZE|
|4th Male||3:46.36||Marc Alcalá||ESP|
|2nd Female||4:04.45||Konstanze Klosterhalfen||GER|
|3rd Female||4:06.59||Sofia Ennaoui||POL|
|4th Female||4:07.90||Meraf Bahta||SWE|
The European Athletics Indoor Championships first took place in 1970. In 2019 we take great pleasure in welcoming the 35th European Athletics Indoor Championships to Glasgow, and we can’t wait to open our doors for Europe’s best.
Witness six sessions of action-packed sport over three days of intense competition in the intimate Emirates Arena as some of the best athletes in the world compete for prestigious European titles.
Glasgow will see over 600 athletes from 50 nations take to the tracks at Emirates Arena, 1st – 3rd March 2019. Don’t miss the opportunity to witness this thrilling event and get closer to the action. Sign up today and register for priority access to secure your seat at the hottest sporting event in 2019.