#Britbowl32 | Venue entry times and prices confirmed

With the dates, locations and kickoff times for all the British Finals now confirmed, for all those travelling to watch the games – fans, family and Britball fanatics – we can now share the how and how much for each of the venues!

And the great thing is attending many of the events will be completely free!

 

25 August – U19s Britbowl Championships

John Charles Centre for Sport, Leeds. Kick Off 1600 (Sat)/1300 (Sun).

Free Entry.

Hot food & drink available on site. Licensed bar. Parking on site, fees may apply.

Stadium access for fans from 1300.

 

26 August – U19s National Plate Final

John Charles Centre for Sport, Leeds. Kick Off 1600 (Sat)/1300 (Sun).

Free Entry.

Hot food & drink available on site. Licensed bar. Parking on site, fees may apply.

Stadium access for fans from 1000.

 

01 September – U12 & U17 Flag Finals

Sheffield Hallam Sports Park. Tournament starts 1000.

Free Entry.

Awaiting confirmation of available amenities.

 

01 September – Adult Division Two North Final

Druid Park, Newcastle. Kick Off 1830.

£5 Entry (£2 Under 16’s)

Hot food & drink available on site. Licensed bar. Free parking.

Stadium access for fans from 1600.

 

02 September – Adult Division Two South Final

Leicester Road Stadium, Leicester. Kick off 1430.

£5 Entry (Under 16s Free)

Hot food and drink available on site. Licensed bar. Parking on site, fees may apply.

Stadium access for fans from 1330.

 

08 September – Britbowl XXXII

John Charles Centre for Sport, Leeds. Kick Off 1600.

£5 Entry (£2 Students & Concessions, Under 18s Free)

Hot food & drink available on site. Licensed bar. Parking on site, fees may apply.

Stadium access for fans from 1300.

 

09 September – Adult Division One National Final

John Charles Centre for Sport, Leeds. Kick Off 1430.

£5 Entry (£2 Students & Concessions, Under 18s Free)

Hot food & drink available on site. Licensed bar. Parking on site, fees may apply.

Stadium access for fans from 1130.

 


 

You can keep track of all updates and information surrounding the BAFA 2018 Finals at dblcoverage.com/britbowl32

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