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Posted Tuesday, May 8th 2018

BBL play-off semi-final tickets on sale NOW!

Tickets for Bristol Flyers' BBL play-off semi-final home leg against Leicester Riders on Friday, May 11th (7.30pm) are on sale NOW! 

Call the ticket office on 0117 963 0600 or click below to buy online.

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The Flyers have advanced to the final four of the BBL play-offs for the first time in club history after defeating six-time play-off winners Newcastle Eagles 163-157 on aggregate in the quarter-finals.

As a result, Flyers now face a two-legged semi-final clash against defending play-off champions Leicester Riders on the following dates:

Bristol Flyers v Leicester Riders
BBL play-off semi-final first leg
SGS College Arena
Friday, May 11th - 7.30pm.

Leicester Riders v Bristol Flyers
BBL play-off semi-final second leg
Leicester Arena
Sunday, May 13th - 5pm.

Please note, BBL play-off games at the WISE Arena are ‘all-pay’ and do NOT form part of the 2017/18 season card package.*

Tickets for Flyers’ BBL semi-final home leg are on sale NOW at a reduced rate of the following prices:

The last teams standing in the BBL play-offs will advance to The O2 in London on Sunday, May 20th for the 2018 British Basketball play-off finals, where a record-breaking crowd is anticipated.

*All prices are inclusive of fees.

*BBL play-off games ARE included in the 2017/18 VIP courtside and hospitality season card package.

*Please note BBL play-off tickets are non-refundable.

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