It has been phenomenal to see such a huge response for National Championships 2022 tickets – our first major National League competition since May 2019.
Tickets for Court One, for both the Saturday and Sunday, have now sold out following huge demand. Throughout the event, the event team will prioritise ticket holders in accessing Court One, however those without a ticket will be permitted into the court on a game by game basis – access for non ticket holders will be based on court spectator capacity (as we expect the number of spectators to fluctuate throughout the day). Any non ticket holders will be asked to leave Court One following the end of each fixture.
We politely ask that spectators support our event staff to manage this process, so that we can keep the health and safety of all attendees a priority and ensure an enjoyable event for everyone.
Please note, you only need a ticket to enter Court One. You do not need a ticket to access Court Two or Court Three. Should any of the courts be full, there is also a café and seating area as you enter the venue.
Ticket holders must have their Eventbrite e-tickets ready to scan on entrance to Court One. All ticket holders will be provided with a wristband which must be worn and shown to the event team to allow re-entry to Court One (if required).
We ask that all ticket holders are seated ten minutes prior to the fixture they wish to spectate, this will enable the Event Team to review the opportunity of offering access to non-ticket holders.
Seating at the event is unallocated.
Anyone who has registered for a ticket but will not use it, or have tickets as part of their booking that they will not use, please email email@example.com
Players and Team Staff:
Players and team staff do not need a ticket to access the courts they are playing on. However, access to courts outside of players own fixtures will be based on the court capacity and managed as non-ticket holders as detailed above.
All team managers have been provided with information packs about participation in the event. Should you have any questions regarding your fixture please first speak with your team manager.
Venue information can be found via the UEL SportsDock website, including contact information for venue staff.
SportsDock venue website: https://www.uel.ac.uk/study/student-life/sport/sportsdock
SportsDock venue contact: https://www.uel.ac.uk/study/student-life/sport/sportsdock/contact-us
All attendees are recommended to complete a negative lateral flow test result on the day prior, or date of National Championship Finals. Face coverings are recommended when participants are not playing on court. Face coverings are recommended to be worn by all support roles throughout the day (eg. Coaches, team managers, event staff and other supporting personnel such as carers).
Should anyone feel unwell prior to the fixture we ask that they do not attend.
Please note that the University of East London SportsDock sits within the ULEZ (Ultra Low Emission Zone). In order for you to avoid being penalised, please check your vehicle here or pay your daily fee: https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/driving/ultra-low-emission-zone
We’re delighted to have BBC Sport broadcasting the Junior League final, the Women’s Premier League final, and the National League Premier Division Final.
Outside of the three BBC Sport matches, all matches on Court One across both days will be livestreamed on the BWB YouTube channel.
Via: British Wheelchair Basketball