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Bristol Flyers confirm 2017/18 pre-season schedule

Bristol Flyers have confirmed their pre-season schedule ahead of the 2017/18 BBL campaign.

The fixtures offer fans the first opportunity to see the Flyers’ new-look squad in action ahead of their fourth season in the top flight of British Basketball.

Coach Kapoulas’ side will host their annual pre-season exhibition game against USA Select on Thursday, September 7th at the SGS WISE Arena (7.30pm).

Flyers then travel across the Severn Bridge to take on the Welsh national team at the Cardiff Met Archers Arena on Saturday, September 9th (approx 5pm), before a home clash against the Worcester Wolves on Saturday, September 16th (7.30pm).

The club can also reveal a fourth pre-season game will take place away from home on Monday, September 18th, with the opponent to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

Flyers' pre-season schedule concludes on Sunday, September 24th with a trip to the O2 Arena for the British Basketball All-Stars Championship.

Tickets for Flyers’ pre-season games at the WISE Arena are now on general sale, and are priced at a reduced rate of £8 for adults and £4 for Under-19s.

Please note all pre-season fixtures are included as part of the 2017/18 season card package.

Full details of Flyers pre-season schedule and prices are listed below:


Standard:

Adult-£8
Senior 65+ -£4
Under 19 - £4
Carer - £0

Courtside:
Adult Hospitality - £34
Under-19 Hospitality - £24
Adult VIP - £22
Under-19 VIP - £12
Adult Courtside -£ 17
Under-19 Courtside - £10

*Prices inclusive of fees.


Bristol Flyers 2017/18 Pre-Season Schedule


Bristol Flyers v USA Select (H)
Pre-season Friendly
Thursday, September 7th 2017, 7.30pm.
Adults - £8, Senior Citizens/Under-19s - £4 (inclusive of fees).

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Welsh National Team v Bristol Flyers (A)
Pre-season Friendly
Saturday, September 9th 2017, Approx 5pm.
Cardiff Met Archers Arena



Bristol Flyers v Worcester Wolves (H)
Pre-season Friendly
Saturday, September 16th 2017, 7.30pm.
Adults - £8, Senior Citizens/Under-19s - £4 (inclusive of fees).

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TBC v Bristol Flyers (A)
Pre-season Friendly
Saturday, September 18th 2017
Location TBC


British Basketball All-Stars Championship
O2 Arena, London
Sunday, September 24th 2017, 1-6pm.
Adults - £21, Under-18s - £16 (inclusive of fees).

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