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    February 6, 2020

Tickets On Sale for Netball Europe U17 Championship in Ebbw Vale

Information from Netball Europe regarding the COVID-19 (Wuhan Coronavirus) situation and the hosting of the Netball Europe U17 Championship in Ebbw Vale can be found here.

Welsh Netball is pleased to announce that tickets for the Netball Europe Under 17 Championship are now on sale. The tournament will be held in Ebbw Vale Leisure Centre from 6-8 March 2020 and will feature Wales, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Switzerland.

You can purchase tickets online for the event via our official ticketing partner, Ticketline. Click here to go to their website.

Tickets for individual days of the competition are priced at £10 for adults and £7 for children. Spectators can save money by opting for a Weekend Pass which is priced at £25 for adults and £15 for children and will grant access to every day of the tournament and all 10 matches and the post-championship presentation.

The tournament will be a great opportunity to bring high-level age group netball to the South Wales Valleys and the recently announced Welsh squad for the tournament will be well-supported by local fans. You can see the Wales U17 team here.

The full schedule for the tournament is as follows:

Fixture Date and Time
Scotland v England Friday 6 March at 10am
Northern Ireland v Switzerland Friday 6 March at 12noon
Wales v Scotland Friday 6 March at 5pm
England v Northern Ireland Friday 6 March at 7pm
Switzerland v Wales Saturday 7 March at 10am
Northern Ireland v Scotland Saturday 7 March at 12noon
England v Switzerland Saturday 7 March at 5pm
Wales v Northern Ireland Saturday 7 March at 7pm
Switzerland v Scotland Sunday 8 March at 11am
Wales v England Sunday 8 March at 1pm
Presentation Sunday 8 March at approximately 2.45pm

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