For the first time in history Polish tennis players will compete in Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group! The Poles will face players from Argentina.

Polish team made it to the TOP 16 of the best teams in this contest after beating Slovakia in Gdynia (3:2), Lithuania in Płock (3:2) and defeating Ukraine in Szczecin (3:1). The Argentinians qualified four times to the Davis Cup finals – they played there in 1981, 2006, 2008 and 2011.

Poland and Argentina will play against each other in ERGO ARENA between the 4th and the 6th of March 2016 on hard court – Rebound Ace.

FRIDAY, 4.03 – 2:30 PM

Michał Przysiężny (POL) vs. Guido Pella (ARG) ,
Hubert Hurkacz (POL) vs. Leonardo Mayer (ARG)

SATURDAY, 5.03 – 1:00 PM

Łukasz Kubot/Marcin Matkowski (POL) vs. Carlos Berlocq/Renzo Olivo (ARG)

SUNDAY, 6.03 – 12:00 PM

Michał Przysiężny (POL) vs. Leonardo Mayer (ARG)
Hubert Hurkacz (POL) vs. Guido Pella (ARG)


Most frequently asked questions and our answers.


1. Where can I purchase my ticket?

Online, via:

Sales points:

  • Empik stores around the country
  • ERGO ARENA’s ticket office no. 3:

Friday – 10am – 7pm
Saturday – 10am – 3pm
Sunday – 10am – 6pm

I am a disabled wheelchair user, where can I purchase my ticket and are there any discounts provided?

  • Such tickets are available in ERGO ARENA’s ticket office no. 3.

2. Is it possible to enter and leave the venue using the same ticket?

No, once you enter the venue there is no possibility to leave ERGO ARENA and enter it again.

3. When does the event start/finish?

  • Day 1 (March the 4th 2016): gates open at 1pm

First game starts at 2:30 pm

Second game starts 30 minutes after the first one.

  • Day 2 (March the 5th 2016): gates open at 11:30am

Debel game starts at 1pm

  • Day 3 (March the 6th 2016) gates open at 10:30am

Fitst game starts at 12:00

Second game starts 30 minutes after the first one.

4. Are there any restrictions concerning photo cameras?

It is forbidden to take pictures and film, unless it’s for short ”News” materials – FOTO accreditations are necessary.

5. Where and how can I receive an accreditation?

The deadline for applying has passed.

6. Are there any age restrictions?

Children and teenagers under 18 can attend the event under adult supervision.

7. Is there a cloakroom in ERGO ARENA?

Yes, the cloakroom in ERGO ARENA is optional, costs 2zł for a piece.

8. Is there a car park nearby ERGO ARENA?

Yes – right in front of ERGO ARENA there is widely available car park with place enough for about 700 cars and 15 buses.

Parking costs 20 zł for cars, 50 zł for buses.

9. Is there place in the venue where I can have something to eat/drink?

There is a Pub and a Food-Court right next to the main entrance (A1). There are also smaller Food-Courts on the 1st and the 3rd floor.



Tickets are on sale now, online via  as well as in Empik, Media Markt, Saturn and Media Expert stores all around Poland. You can also purchase them in ERGO ARENA’s ticket office no. 3 (open: Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm)

Ticket prices (Single Day Ticket):

Category IV – 29 PLN / 15 PLN*
Category III – 49 PLN
Category II – 79 PLN
Category I – 99 PLN

3-day Ticket:

Category III – 119 PLN
Category II – 199 PLN
Category I – 249 PLN

VIP + Hospitality Tickets:

GOLD VIP Longue: for tennis connoisseurs who expect the best standard and comfort in order to watch tennis with their friends and the perfect view, the GOLD VIP offer is available, conntact us for more via:

* Reduced price Tickets – on sale only in the Category IV, available for children under 16 and students under 26, ID required

Tickets for the disabled wheelchair users are not on regular sale, in order to purchase such ticket please conntact us via

Children under 3 can enter the matches without a valid ticket but, in this case, there will be no seats guaranteed.