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Flyers Pre-Season Tickets Now On Sale

Tickets for Bristol Flyers pre-season friendlies against USA Select and Worcester Wolves at the SGS WISE Arena are now on general sale

Coach K’s men will host USA Select on Thursday, September 8th, with a tip-off time of 7.30pm, before taking on the Wolves nine days later on Saturday, September 17th (7.30pm).

Tickets for both games can be bought online by clicking here, or over the phone by calling the ticket office on 0117 963 0600.

Tickets for both games are priced at a reduced rate of £7 Adults, £3 Seniors (65+) and £3 for Under-19s*

The fixtures offer fans the first opportunity to see all five of Flyers’ new signings in action, as well as returning players such as Greg Streete, Roy Owen and Daniel Edozie.

Bristol Flyers 2016/17 full pre-season schedule.

Thursday, September 8th - Bristol Flyers v USA Select (SGS WISE Arena, 7.30pm)

Saturday, September 17th - Bristol Flyers v Worcester Wolves (SGS WISE Arena, 7.30pm)

Monday, September 19th - Worcester Wolves v Bristol Flyers (Worcester University Arena, 7.30pm)

All pre-season games at the SGS WISE Arena are included with a 2016/17 season card.

For VIP tickets, please call 0117 963 0645.

If you have purchased a 2016/17 season card, information regarding their distribution will be released in due course. Bristol Flyers Season Cards include the home pre-season fixtures.

Season cards for 2016/17 are still on general sale. Call the ticket office on 0117 963 0600 to secure your seat NOW.

*All prices listed are inclusive of booking fees.There is no load to card or e-ticket option available for this fixture, paper tickets only with the option of collect or postage- £1.00 postage fee.

Keep up to date with the latest news throughout the off-season by liking ‘Bristol Flyers’ on Facebook, or following @BristolFlyers on Twitter.

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