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Team USA Select Return To Bristol

It’s the news that basketball fans in the South West have been waiting for; the Flyers will once again host USA Select, on Thursday, September 10th.

The fixture has become one of the highlights of the SGS WISE Arena calendar and is a rare chance to watch an American basketball team here in the UK.

If that wasn’t enough, it will also be the first chance to see new signings Cardell McFarland and Daniel Edozie, as well as the returning Flyers in action this season.

Last year’s fixture was a sell-out, with the Flyers defeating the former-US college stars 79-65. It will be important for Flyers fans to act fast to ensure they don’t miss out!

“In many ways it signifies the start of the season,” Andreas Kapoulas told bristolflyers.co.uk. “Anticipation is building for everyone to see the new-look Flyers in action and it will soon be game day!”.

To buy tickets, visit the Bristol Flyers website ticketing page, or to guarantee entry to this fixture and all BBL Championship games, limited season tickets are still available!

Advanced ticket prices are as follows: £10 for adults, £8 for concessions (over 65s), £6 for students (under 21s) and £4 for juniors (under 16s). Also available is the family ticket (2 adults and 2 juniors), for just £30.

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