With more sports than ever before nations will arrive in Japan with a degree of competitiveness greater than ever before. Tokyo Summer Games 2020 tickets will be very popular in a nation that has taken to sport in the 21st century in dramatic fashion.
Japan's thirst for sporting success can be seen across multiple sports, the defeat of rugby giants South Africa last year, the huge development of the J1 League whilst also maintaining a proud tradition of excellence in martial arts. Those who can remember the 2002 World Cup will recall just how electric the streets were during the tournament. With that in mind, make sure you buy your Tokyo Summer Games 2020 tickets quickly to avoid disappointment. Sellers can also take advantage of our online platform to sell any spare tickets.
2020 Games: Tokyo's Preparations
Despite being famous for it's Bullet Train and connectivity, the games organisers are already planning improvements to cut journey times between airports and Tokyo Station in addition to more general upgrades to the city's railway systems.
So those who possess Tokyo Summer Games 2020 tickets will certainly be able to transfer from one venue to another very quickly but 11 of the 33 venues will be of completely new design. The proximity is equally unique as the vast majority of the venues will be within 5 miles of the Olympic Village.
In a city famed for its architecture, Tokyo has put forward plans with simply breathtaking imagery for some of its venues. For instance, the aquatics centre has a innovative trapezium shape and boasts 2,000 more seats than the last olympic venue to host the events. So often a nation of technological innovation, organisers are proposing that the Olympic Village be run entirely on the same hydrogen power that the local buses will use during the tournament.
The biggest sport competition on earth
The post-Usain Bolt Olympic era is sure to one of unpredictability. Who will take the gold? Well, Canadian Andre De Grasse claimed bronze in Rio with a time 9.91 seconds and is only 21. Equally, local talent Abdul Hakim Sani Brown has already broken one of Bolt's 200m records and at only 17 has a huge future ahead of him. Want to see who takes the superstar's crown? Get your Tokyo Summer Games 2020 tickets here!
However, looking at the Olympic Games across the board experts are already predicting a tournament with strange results. With Britain finishing second in the Rio Olympics, many countries will enter the tournament beleiving that countries with large populations are not necessarily certain to win. Big things are expected of the home nation after a 6th place finish in Rio and being a nation that boasts a very young team. Want to see if your nation can capture the coveted gold medals? Make sure you regularly check StubHub for Tokyo Summer Games 2020 tickets.