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Posted Friday, July 6th 2018

Support Flyers at the 2018 British Basketball All-Stars Championship

Tickets for the 2018 British Basketball All-Stars Championship are now on general sale.

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The day-long tournament returns on Sunday, October 14th at London’s CopperBox Arena, as the top eight teams from last season do battle for a shot at winning £25,000.

The All-Stars Championship made its debut last year, with Bristol Flyers advancing all the way to the semi-final stage in front of a packed crowd at the O2 Arena.

The competition features a unique take on the rules, with games being just 12 minutes long and an added All-Star five-point line offering rewards for those willing to brave a shot from distance. Teams also have a two-minute golden buzzer Power Play at their disposal, during which any points scored are doubled.

The All-Stars tournament this year will also feature the Hoops Aid celebrity game, which will take place shortly before the final of this year’s All-Stars Championship. Details of the celebrities taking part will be named in due course. 

Tickets for the event are priced at £20, £30 and £40*, with courtside hospitality packages available at £99*. Under-18s receive 50% off and family and group discounts are also available.

Unlike last year, the club have not been allocated a section of tickets, therefore fans wishing to sit together will need to purchase their seats in one transaction.

*Prices not inclusive of fees.

 

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