Official Site for the 2012 US Olympic Trials  - Track & Field  June 21 - July 1, 2012
  • Office Hours and Locations:

  • Ticket Sales Locations: The Oregon Athletic Ticket Office will have 3 locations during the Trials available to purchase tickets.  One is located on the NE corner of the Moshofsky Center, next to the Casanova Center and Autzen Stadium.  There is also a ticket office located at the North entrance to Matthew Knight Arena. The Main ticket office for the Olympic Trials will be located at the Bowerman Building, attached to Hayward Field. 

  • Ticket Sales Hours
    • Moshofsky Center location: M-F; 9:00-5:00. 
    • Matthew Knight Arena: M-F; 10:00-5:30.
    • Hayward Field: Open during Festival Hours (See below)
    • Tickets can also be purchased 24 hours a day online at

    • Will Call Hours:
      • Hayward Field: Open during Festival Hours
        • Friday, June 22 – 11:00-8:00
        • Saturday, June 23 – 11:00-6:00
        • Sunday, June 24 – 12:00-8:00
        • Monday, June 25 – 2:00-8:00
        • Tuesday, June 26 – 1:00-8:00
        • Wednesday, June 27 – CLOSED – Will Call will be available at Autzen Stadium.
        • Thursday, June 28 – 2:00-8:00
        • Friday, June 29 – 10:00-5:00
        • Saturday, June 30 – 10:00-7:00
        • Sunday, July 1 – 12:00-5:00

** All times are subject to change

  • Purchasing Tickets:

  • US Olympic Trials is proud to accept only Visa
  • Tickets can be purchased 24 hours a day online at They can also be purchased over the phone at 1.800.WEBFOOT or in person at the ticket office locations listed above.

  • Who needs a ticket: Every person through the gates, regardless of age, is required to have a ticket.

  • No Refunds, Exchanges, Cancellations: There are no refunds, exchanges (upgrades, downgrades, location changes), or order cancellations for Olympic Trials.
  • All-Session, 8 day packages are currently available for purchase.  Individual day tickets will go on sale Friday, April 6th at 9:00 am Pacific Time.  
    • What to do with unused Tickets:

    • Ticket Forwarding:   Purchasers of all-session ticket packages who encounter scheduling conflicts can email their tickets to other people.  The forwarded ticket is then printed by the recipient with a unique bar code that invalidates the old ticket, eliminating any attempts to gain entry with duplicate copies.  This service is available by logging into your account at You will receive an email with your account information when this service is available.

    • Donating unused tickets: Over 25 local non-profits agencies participate in the TrackTown Youth Network and serve families who would otherwise not be able to attend the Olympic Trials.  Social service agencies, Recreation programs, school districts, after-school programs and mentorship programs throughout Eugene/Springfield comprise the network.  Donations will be received by the City of Eugene Recreation Division and distributed equally via the Network agencies.  Donations will be acknowledged with an email including a Tax ID# for your records.  A list of agencies is available at  To donate any of your tickets, or to find out more about the program, contact Kim McManus at .


  • Hayward Field Information:

  • Limited Mobility/Wheelchair Seating: Hayward Field is compliant with all ADA guidelines.  There are wheelchair accessible seats available at all 5 price levels.  Each wheelchair is allowed up to 3 companion seats (based upon availability).  Limited mobility seats, for those not requiring a wheelchair but only able to climb stairs, are also available at all price levels.  If you are in need of either of these types of seats you may contact our office to exchange seats ahead of time, or exchanges can be made on the day of the event.  All accessible seats are based upon availability.

  • Re-entry: Re-entry into Hayward Field during the 2012 Olympic Trials will be permitted only with a valid ticket stub and accompanying hand stamp.  Hand stamps can be obtained from event staff personnel prior to exiting the facility

  • Festival: Tickets are not needed for entrance into the Festival.


  • Other Important Ticket Information:

  • Obstructed View Seats: Seats that have multiple events completely blocked are considered obstructed view seats.  These seats are sold at a discounted rate on a single day basis.  Seats that may only have 1 or 2 events blocked (i.e. pole vault is blocked, but every other event is visible) are considered limited view seats. These seats are not discounted.  By purchasing these tickets you acknowledge that the entire venue may not be visible from your seat. Having your view of the video board does not constitute an obstructed seat.

  • Mailing of tickets: Full session ticket packages will be mailed via UPS approximately 6 weeks prior to the event.  For customers with a PO Box, your tickets will be sent USPS at the same time.

  • Secondary Market Ticket Sales:  The University of Oregon and Local Organizing Committee do not take any liability for tickets that are purchased or sold through any third party ticketing site (i.e. StubHub!, craigslist, etc.).

  • Lost or stolen tickets: PLEASE SAFEGUARD YOUR TICKETS! If your tickets are lost or stolen, they can be duplicated.  If tickets are lost, they can be reprinted for $10 for a single session or $50 for the entire 8 day session.  If tickets are stolen, the fee will be waived with a police report.  Duplicated tickets are only available at will call, and will not be resent.

  • Hammer Time: The Hammer Throw competition will be taking place on Thursday, June 21st at the Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, OR.  The Nike Campus is approximately 2 hours (110 miles) north of Eugene.  This is a free event, and no tickets are required to watch the event.  Specific start times will be announced at a later date.





  • Weapons, guns, knives, handcuffs, chains
  • Matches, lighters or other igniters
  • Explosives



  • Food or beverage purchased outside the venue
  • Sealed or unsealed plastic bottles which contain liquid
    (empty bottles are acceptable if less than 1.5 liters in size; water fountains will be located inside Festival area for refilling)
  • Glass containers
  • Metal containers (including aerosol cans and metal water bottles)
  • Thermoses
  • Coolers, ice chests
  • Alcohol or illegal drugs of any kind



  • Bags larger than 19”x10”x17’
  • Stadium seats larger than 17" wide, 19" high, and 10" deep (folded)
  • Lawn chairs



  • Video cameras (except for use by media and coaches)



  • Strollers (Allowed inside the Festival, but not inside Hayward)
  • Animals (except service animals)
  • Banners, signs, flags, sticks, poles
  • Fireworks
  • Horns, whistles, cowbells, and other noise-makers
  • Frisbees
  • Beach balls
  • Laser pointers
  • Bicycles
  • Skateboard
  • Sleeping bags
  • Umbrellas
  • Any other materials deemed objectionable.