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Posted Monday, December 30th 2019

Bristol Flyers reveal BBL Cup Final ticket and travel information

Bristol Flyers have announced ticketing arrangements for the club's trip to Arena Birmingham for the BBL Cup Final.

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Coach Kapoulas' side have reached the Cup final for the first time in franchise history, following a 175-159 aggregate win over London City Royals in the semi-final.

Flyers will take on Worcester Wolves in the showpiece final on Sunday, January 26th (3.30pm tip-off) and the club has been given an allocation of tickets to sell for all Flyers fans to sit together.

Tickets for the Flyers fan section in Band A (Lower tier) have completely SOLD OUT.

The club has been given a second allocation of tickets in Band B (upper tier), which are priced at £28 for adults and £20 for children.*

*Prices are exclusive of fees (£1 booking fee + £1 postage)


COACH TRAVEL

The club will be putting on supporters coaches to the BBL Cup Final, with tickets sold on a first come, first served basis.

Coach tickets will be priced at just £20 per person, which includes travel to and from Arena Birmingham.*

The coaches will be departing Ashton Gate Stadium (Winterstoke Road car park) at 9.30am and supporters are able to park for free on site.

The coaches will leave Arena Birmingham at approximately 6pm upon the conclusion of the Cup Final.

Tickets on the first supporters coach have completely sold out, but due to popular demand, the club will be putting on a second coach, with limited places available.**

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*Please note a coach ticket does NOT include a ticket to the BBL Cup Final, this must be purchased separately via the Bristol Sport ticketing website.

**Whilst the club expects the interest to be sufficient enough to run the second coach, refunds will be made available in the event of insufficient interest -  a final decision regarding the feasibility of the second coach will be made on January 14th.


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11am - Doors open
12noon - WBBL Cup Final
2pm - BBL slam dunk contest
3.30pm - BBL Cup Final

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