The Euro Hockey League (EHL) and the European Hockey Federation (EHF) are pleased to announce that tickets for KO16 Amsterdam – the unique Easter event that sees Europe’s top 16 clubs battle over four days in a bid to secure a place at EHL Final Four – are now available for purchase via the EHL’s online ticket sales site.
The tournament takes place between Friday 29th March and Monday 1st April 2013 in Amsterdam’s world famous Wagener Stadium, and will feature many of the world’s greatest players giving everything to keep alive their dream of becoming Euro Hockey League champions.
Online tickets will not only be cheaper than at the venue box office but will also guarantee entry for what will surely be a sell-out. We strongly recommend purchasing in advance to guarantee your entry into this stunning event.
Pricing for the KO16 matches which take on Friday and Saturday (KO16 / Round 2) begins at €17,50 for an adult ticket. Adult tickets on Sunday and Monday (KO8 / Quarter Finals) cost €14.00. Four-day-passes (passepartouts) cost €52.00 for adults and €28.50 for kids.
The EHL has a special offer for U-16 hockey teams which are planning to attend the event. Teams can get 14 tickets for the price of 11, saving you money. A regular day ticket (all match days) for kids cost € 8.50 (6-16 years).
Please note that passepartouts and team tickets can only be purchased online.
The EHL ticketing website is available in six different languages: English, Dutch, German, Spanish, French and Italian.
Should you have any questions about your ticket order you can contact Paylogic either by phone or via email.
Phone: +31 (0)900 72 95 66 40 (€ 0,40 pm)
The Paylogic customer service facility is available from Monday to Friday between 09.00 and 19.00hrs and on Saturday between 10.00 and 17.00 hrs.
More information on the EHL, the KO16 schedule, the participating teams and much more is available on www.ehlhockey.tv , the official website of the Euro Hockey League.
KO16 Amsterdam – Match Schedule
Friday 29 March 2013
09.30 HTC Uhlenhorst Mülheim (GER) v Glynhill Hotel Kelburne (SCO)
12.00 KTHC Rot – Weiss Köln (GER) v Royal Leopold HC (BEL)
14.30 HC Rotterdam (NED) v Reading HC (ENG)
17.00 KHC Dragons (BEL) v Lisnagarvey HC (IRL)
Saturday 30 March 2013
09.30 Beeston HC (ENG) v East Grinstead (ENG)
12.00 HC Bloemendaal (NED) v Club de Campo de Madrid (ESP)
14.30 Atletic Terrassa (ESP) v Amsterdam H & BC (NED)
17.00 Waterloo Ducks (BEL) v Berliner HC (GER)
Sunday 31 March 2013
12.00 HTC Uhlenhorst Mülheim/Glynhill Hotel Kelburne v KTHC Rot – Weiss Köln/Royal Leopold HC
14.30 KHC Dragons/Lisnagarvey HC v HC Rotterdam/Reading HC
Monday 1 April 2013
12.00 Beeston HC/East Grinstead v HC Bloemendaal/Club de Campo de Madrid
14.30 Atletic Terrassa/Amsterdam H & BC v Waterloo Ducks/Berliner HC
Note: Match times and schedule subject to change due to the requirements of television or other factors as determined by EHL. All times are Central European Time (GMT +1).
Source: Euro Hockey League Media Release
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