Netball World Cup 2019 announces ticket sales process
Organisers of the Netball World Cup 2019 have today announced an accessible ticket sales process for the tournament that aims to welcome new and existing fans to the event from all over the world.
The tournament – which is to be delivered by Netball World Cup 2019 Limited in partnership with the INF, England Netball, UK Sport, Liverpool City Council and ACC Liverpool – takes place at Liverpool’s Echo Arena next summer. The event is expected to be in high demand as English fans look forward to a once-in-a-generation home World Cup, with thousands of fans also expected to travel from overseas for the event.
There will be a range of tickets available across the 20 sessions – taking place from Friday 12 July to Sunday 21 July 2019 – including gold, silver and bronze level tickets as well as adult and junior prices.
Tickets start from just £10 for adults and £5 for children, meaning everyone has the opportunity to be part of what is set to be a dynamic and exciting competition.
Further information about the range of ticket prices for each stage of the competition is available on the event website.
Fan packages and tickets for the event will be released in three phases:
Phase one: fan packages
Fan packages will include tickets, accommodation, a merchandise voucher and a special fan experience event and will be available through the Netball World Cup 2019 Official Travel Office, Gullivers Sports Travel.
16 April 2018: Fan packages on sale to England Netball members
17 April 2018: Fan packages on general sale
Fan packages will be available for a selection of teams and matches at this stage, with the full competition schedule set to be confirmed in September 2018 following the final regional qualifying event in Singapore.
Phase two: individual session tickets for priority groups
Tickets for individual sessions will go on sale to priority groups in July 2018. Tickets will go on sale first exclusively to England Netball members, then to the Netball World Cup 2019 family – including those who have signed up to the event website – and event partners.
3 – 12 July 2018: Tickets on sale to England Netball members
17 – 27 July 2018: Tickets on sale to Netball World Cup 2019 family and event partners
Fans wishing to receive the latest news by email and access the Netball World Cup 2019 family pre-sale can register on the event website at https://www.nwc2019.co.uk/register/
Phase three: General ticket sales
Session tickets will go on sale to the general public in September 2018, following the official competition draw.
Commenting on the announcement, Netball World Cup 2019 Event Director, Lindsay Impett said:
“We have worked hard to ensure there is a range of ticket options available so as many people as possible can enjoy the event.
“We have made sure the event is accessible and affordable for people who want to attend as we look to engage committed netball fans, as well as anyone who just loves seeing elite-level sport.
“The phased approach to ticket sales will ensure that travelling fans, the netball family and those new to the sport will have a variety of opportunities to secure tickets for what is set to be a very special event.”
Esther Britten, Head of Major Events at UK Sport said:
“UK Sport invests National Lottery funding into major sporting events to inspire the nation; attracting spectators to the Netball World Cup will play a key role in helping us achieve this and we are delighted that with ticket prices starting from just £5 for children and £10 for adults, everyone should have the chance to attend.”
Ben Williams, Commercial Director for The ACC Liverpool Group said:
“As the host venue and ticketing provider for Netball World Cup 2019, we are excited to have reached the next milestone in the journey to this global event.
“The ticketing arm of our business, Ticket Quarter, and our in-house marketing team will be providing key support for the Netball World Cup 2019 organisers over the coming weeks and months, to continue to grow the audience for this fantastic event.
We look forward to welcoming thousands of sports fans from across the world to Liverpool in 2019.”