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Exclusive Flyers Sales Period For British Basketball All-Stars Championship

Bristol Flyers fans have an exclusive opportunity to book their tickets for the British Basketball All-Stars championship before they go on general sale!

The British Basketball All-Stars Championship has launched! This exciting new event will take place at The O2, London on Sunday, September 24th and Bristol flyers supporters have an exclusive opportunity to book their tickets before they go on general sale!

Showcasing the best of British basketball talent on a grand stage at The O2 in front of the live Sky Sports cameras, the British Basketball All-Stars Championship introduces a new, entertaining format with a record-breaking £100,000 prize fund. Eight BBL teams will take to the court in shorter-timed matches and other exciting innovations.

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday, April 7th but Bristol Flyers supporters have a four-day window to book their tickets early via this exclusive link: https://tickets.axs.com/shop/#/CLUB1-868e-48c8-8723-ca9f77ed93de/shop/search?skin=theo2

The British All-Stars Championship is promoted by Matchroom Sport, the world-renowned sports promotional company behind PDC darts, World Snooker and has a wide stable of boxing talent including World champions such as Anthony Joshua, Kell Brook and Tony Bellew. 

Tickets for the British All-Stars Championship start from just £20 with group tickets available priced from £60 for four adults. VIP Courtside tickets will be available from 9am on Friday, April 7 at http://www.allstarsbasketball.co.uk/ and priced from £150.­

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