Pokémon Regional Championships  –  Stockholm


Event Date
11-12 May 2024

Get ready for the next Pokémon event of the year! Join us in the beautiful city of Stockholm on May 11th and 12th. We are bringing together players from all over the world again for a fun-filled weekend with a ton of Pokémon action. Trading Card Game, Video Game Championship, Pokémon GO, and more!

Whether you’re an experienced player or new to the game, the Pokémon Regional Championships are a weekend filled with tournaments, side events, activities, and vendors. Something for everyone! Join us and Don’t miss out!

All visitors will require a spectator or competitor ticket to gain access to the venue. A ticket grants access to the venue for the entire weekend.

Goodie Bag

All Trainers in the Main event will receive a Participation Goodie bag. When picking up their tickets, Participants can add a Premium Goodie bag to their order. The remaining goodie bags will be offered at the info point on Saturday.


StockholmsMässan Stockholm
Hall CB
Mässvägen 1, 125 30

Hall opening hours:
Saturday: 07:30 – 22:00
Sunday: 08:00 – 20:00

Main Event

Day One: Saturday, May 11th

Please register your deck/team list online through your RK9 player dashboard before the deadline of 6:00 AM on Saturday 11th of May.

Junior & Senior Trainers Main Events start at 09:00 AM
Masters Trainers Main Event starts at 08:30 AM

Junior & Senior Trainers Main Events start at 09:00 AM
Masters Trainers Main Event starts at 08:30 AM

Pokémon GO
All Trainersstart at 09:00 AM

Day Two: Sunday, May 12th

Junior, Senior, and Masters Trainers start at 08:30 AM

Junior, Senior, and Masters Trainers start at 08:30 AM

Pokémon GO
All Trainers start at 10:00 AM

Side Event

Registration for all Scheduled Side Events will close 15 minutes before the event starts.
Read all the Side Event Rules here.

Please take note that all payments at the venue will be exclusively cashless, please prepare accordingly.
We accept all the major international credit and debit cards.

Travel Tips and Accessibility

The Stockholm Pokémon Regional Championships are dedicated to promoting an inclusive environment, continuously aiming to enhance accessibility and provide a seamless experience for all competitors. We appreciate your feedback and suggestions as they’re essential in improving our offerings. Kindly take the time to peruse this informative guide to achieve a complete understanding of the event’s facilities before contacting us. If you have any additional questions or issues concerning accessibility that aren’t addressed in the guide, feel free to email us at customersupport@fanfintiy.gg. Our devoted team is prepared to help you with your specific accessibility needs.

  • The StockholmMassan in Stockholm is conveniently accessible for global visitors due to its close proximity to Älvsjö station. Sustainable and ideal travel methods include public transport or biking. The nearest airports are Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) and Stockholm Bromma Airport (BMA). Arlanda, the biggest airport in Sweden, is roughly 20 minutes away by train from Stockholm Central Station, which is then a further 10-minute journey to Älvsjö station. Conversely, Bromma Airport is approximately 30-40 minutes away by car or taxi.
  • StockholmMassan, located in Stockholm, is easily accessible due to its close location to Älvsjö station, making it straightforward to reach by train. Visitors can follow signs to ‘Mässvägen’ from the station. Regular trains and buses stop at Älvsjö station, offering efficient public transportation options for attendees.
  • For those arriving by car, StockholmMassan provides over 4,000 parking spaces, including electric vehicle charging stations and a covered parking facility. It’s recommended to check and pre-book a parking spot online to minimize potential waiting periods. Different fees are applicable based on the length and timing of parking.
  • For the Pokémon Special Event in Stockholm, we kindly ask that if you are not feeling well, please consider not attending the event. If you start to feel unwell or show any signs of illness during the event, we strongly recommend seeking medical advice and adhering to your healthcare professional’s instructions. Your health and safety are our utmost concerns, and your cooperation greatly assists us in maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all attendees.
  • StockholmMassan is highly accessible by public transport, with Älvsjö station located nearby. Special parking and restroom facilities are provided for visitors who need them. All conference and meeting rooms, along with amenities such as toilets, are accessible via elevators or ramps, making them suitable for wheelchair users.


Pokémon Regional Championships are Premier events in which you can battle in Pokémon TCG, Video Game, or Pokémon GO Regional Championships. They take place all over the world. No qualifications or residency restrictions are needed to enter these events. Pokémon TCG players need to bring their own legal 60-card deck for the Standard format. Pokémon GO players must have a legal Pokémon team on their Pokémon GO account.

In order to participate, players must have a Pokémon Trainer Club account, stand in good standing with the Play! Pokémon program, and comply with the current Play! Pokémon COVID-19 Protocols for Premier events.

You can find more information on the official page.

Pokémon TCG players need to bring their own legal 60-card deck for the Standard format. Pokémon Video Game players must bring their own game system, their own Pokémon Scarlet or Pokémon Violet game, and a legal Pokémon team. Pokémon GO players must have a legal Pokémon team on their Pokémon GO account.

In order to participate, players must have a Pokémon Trainer Club account, be in good standing with the Play! Pokémon program, and comply with the current Play! Pokémon COVID-19 Protocols for Premier events.

In order to take part in the Regional Championship, you first need to register for the event. Most Regional Championships require online registration, and events may sell out. You can find more information on the official page.

The Play! Pokémon program divides players into tournament groups based on the year they were born. These groups are the Junior, Senior, and Masters Divisions. Whenever possible, players are paired with other players in the same age division. Prizes are typically awarded to the best players in each age division.

These are the age divisions for the 2024 season:

Juniors: born in 2012 or later
Seniors: born in 2008 to 2011
Masters: born in 2007 or earlier

Parents should remain on site to keep track of their children and, of course, celebrate their play. Tournaments usually take several hours, so parents might want to bring a book or some other quiet activity to occupy their time. We encourage parents to build a deck and join the fun!

Please take a look at the official Parents Guide.

Guardians don’t need to book a separate ticket! When an underage player registers, a single spectator ticket for their guardian will be included for free. You will need to register for additional tickets.

Tournament Entry for a Special Event is Free but is handled on a first-come-first-served basis and tickets are limited

Spectator tickets become available together with the player tickets.
There is a limited number available, based upon the capacity of the hall.

If you want to enter the hall, or play Side Events, you do require a spectator ticket. Spectator tickets can only be obtained online, you can not register on-site.

You can find all the tournament information here.

You can find all the info to register your child here in the RK9 guidelines.

If you are still unsure, please reach out to us at customersupport@tournamentcenter.gg and we will happily provide you more information.

Series 2 of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will begin on February 1st. Series 2 will last until March 31st, and then the game will transition into Series 3 rulesets.

You are allowed to trade cards with your friends and other players.
Buying and selling, however, is only allowed with the official vendors that are present at the event. If you are caught buying and selling you will be removed from the tournament hall.

The chance to play the game you love, and depending on how you perform some amazing prizes. You can find more information on the official page.

You go to the Registration page, and fill out the required details. You can find more information about the event schedule on the official page.

For your Championship Points please contact Pokémon Support.

For physical prizes such as your trophy, boosters or playmat please email us at customersupport@tournamentcenter.gg

Always include the event you participated in & your Player ID.

Please email us at customersupport@tournamentcenter.gg

Our professor staff is there to help you during the event. If you have any questions, need help or feel uncomfortable please reach out to our Professor staff. The professor will be able to help and address the situation on the spot.

We aim to stream each of our Pokémon Regional Championship events. More information about every separate event can be found on our social media channels:

Facebook: Play-The-Championships

Twitter: PlayTheChamps

Discord: Tournamentcenter

You can find more information on how to become a professor here. If you are qualified and want to apply for one of our events, please send an e-mail to staff@tournamentcenter.gg

We always welcome feedback! Please send any feedback you may have via email: customersupport@tournamentcenter.gg

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To ensure the safety of all attendees, the following items will not be permitted into the event:

  • Items that could be considered “weapons” and would not pass airline security (including all firearms, sharp objects, mock or prop weapons, and sprays)
  • Electronic smoking devices
  • Bags larger than 9″ x 14″ x 22″ (23 cm x 36 cm x 56 cm). If an airline would not classify it as a carry-on, it is too big.
  • Alcoholic beverages or any illegal substance
  • Apparel, objects, or signs with explicit wording or pictures
  • Animals (other than service animals)

Animals (other than service animals) are not allowed in the hall.

The rules of the venue state that visitors are not allowed to bring or consume outside food.

Anyone who requires a guardian can register them for free when purchasing their ticket. These guardians will be issued a spectator ticket. If you can’t register a guardian with your ticket purchase, please contact our Customer support with your information and ticket number.

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