Tickets released for FIBA Women’s European Championship for Small Countries
15th May 2018
Basketball Ireland and the Mardyke Arena UCC today marked exactly six weeks to go the FIBA Women’s European Championship for Small Countries with the release of tickets for the championships on www.eventbrite.ie.
The tournament, which will be held at the Mardyke Arena UCC, will run from June 26th to July 1st and will see the Ireland senior women’s team competing for top honours with seven other teams from across Europe.
Mark Scannell’s charges will be hoping that they can go one better then the 2016 championships, which saw Ireland finish in second place to Malta and they will also be aiming to build on from the success of last summer’s hugely successful FIBA U18 Women’s European Championship Division B, which saw the Under 18 women’s Irish team promoted to Division A basketball.
This year’s tournament will be a ticket only event, with tickets available for purchase online now. Daily tickets are priced at €15 (adult), €10 (student/OAP) and €5 (Under 16s). Click here for day tickets
Tournament passes are also now available for purchase by contacting email@example.com. The rates for the tournament pass are €50 for adults, €20 for children or €100 for family pass (2 adults and 2 children). The tournament pass will allow the holder access to all games throughout the tournament.
Speaking at the ticket launch, CEO of Basketball Ireland, Bernard O’Byrne stated: “With just six weeks to go until the FIBA Women’s European Championship for Small Countries, we are really looking forward to welcoming everyone to the Mardyke Arena UCC in Cork.
“We believe that the ticket pricing structure reflects both the stature of the event and the desire of Basketball Ireland to make the event accessible to the basketball community, particularly in Cork. We want the maximum possible turnout to support our senior women’s team. The Championships will be a ticket only event, bought online, and we have no plans to have a cash desk at any of the games.”
Also speaking at the launch, Patsy Ryan, General Manager of the Mardyke Arena UCC added: “Tickets will be at a premium and we expect all Irish games to be a complete sell-out. To avoid disappointment, we advise everyone to get their tickets now, as it is likely that this event will sell out in just a few days! Here’s your chance to be part of a great sporting occasion in Cork.”