Attend the Games

Join Team USA in PyeongChang!

The USOPF is proud to offer its unique Games hospitality programs to donors at a variety of levels. As a member of the U.S. delegation at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic or Paralympic Winter Games, you can have the opportunity to meet and connect with athletes who have been impacted by your gift – whether through athlete financial aid, program support or residency at a U.S. Olympic Training Center. For more information about our programs in 2018, click here or contact James Bjorklund at (719) 866-2289 or

About the PyeongChang 2018 Games

The 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games will take place in PyeongChang, a strikingly beautiful South Korean mountain town near the coast of the Sea of Japan. The sport venues will be split between a mountain cluster in PyeongChang and a coastal cluster in the nearby town of Gangneung. The mountain cluster will host the opening and closing ceremonies, all ski and snowboard events, bobsled, skeleton and luge. The coastal cluster will host ice events, including figure skating and speedskating, ice hockey and curling. 

With less than one year to go, the PyeongChang 2018 organizing committee is finalizing its preparations to deliver an excellent Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. With an aim to be the most compact Games in history, PyeongChang 2018 offers a unique stage on which the world’s best winter-sport athletes can achieve their dreams. After its Sochi success, Team USA is poised for amazing performances in PyeongChang – and you can be there to watch.

Learn more about the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

Visit the USOPF's Countdown to PyeongChang page

About the Tokyo 2020 Games

The 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will take place in Tokyo, Japan, 56 years after the city first played Olympic host in 1964. Tokyo 2020’s vision is based on three guiding principles: achieving personal best, unity through diversity and connecting to tomorrow. 

The majority of Olympic and Paralympic events will take place in two thematic zones. The Heritage Zone will house several legacy venues used at the 1964 Games, including the Yoyogi National Gymnasium and the Nippon Budokan indoor arena. The Bay Zone serves as a model for futuristic urban development and includes the Dream Island Park and the Shiokaze Park venues – favorite places for Tokyo residents to relax and play.

The Tokyo 2020 organizing committee aims to deliver an environmentally and economically sustainable Games, both principles championed in the International Olympic Committee’s Agenda 2020 reform plan. At the Rio 2016 Games, Team USA won the Olympic medal count and cracked 100 Paralympic medals for the first time since 2000 – and the outlook for Tokyo is just as bright.

Learn more about the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games