CEV Men’s Volleyball European Championship – LOTTO EUROVOLLEY POLAND 2017
Over the championship competition in Poland (Gdańsk, Szczecin, Katowice, Kraków) we will watch teams that won medals in 2015: France, Slovenia, Italy – the Olympic silver team as well as Poland – 2014 World Champions, Serbia – World League 2016 winners, always strong Russians, ambitious Bulgarian, German and Finnish teams and unpredictable squads from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia, Spain, Turkey and Holland – another country with rich volleyball traditions.
Group A games will be played between Poland, Serbia, Finland and Estonia in Gdańsk in the 24th, 26th and the 28th of August 2017. Tickets are on sale via ebilet.pl: https://www.ebilet.pl/sport/sporty-druzynowe/siatkowka/.
LOTTO EUROVOLLEY POLAND 2017 is a great chance to experience the beauty of volleyball presented by the best European teams and support the national teams on their road to the winners stand. See how Poland, country of the current world champions, loves volleyball!
Enjoy volleyball live over the international sports fest.
Frequently Asked Questions and our answers
1. Am I allowed to enter the arena once I left it?
No, once you leave the arena there is no possibility to enter the arena with the same ticket.
2. Ticket prices?
Depending on the seats category, tickets can cost: 50, 70, 90, 120 up to 170 PLN for the games including Team Poland. For other games: 40, 50, 75, 100 and 150 PLN.
If your child is younger than 2 years old, you don’t need to buy them a ticket. Children older than 2 should have a ticket. Parents who come with younger children should have an identity card to prove that the child is less than two.
3. I am a disabled wheelchair user. Where can I purchase my ticket? Are there any discounts provided?
We offer free entrance for our disabled guests. Their guides get a 50% discount (from the cheapest ticket price).
Tickets for our disabled guests who use wheelchairs can be ordered via firstname.lastname@example.org
4. When does the game start/finish?
Finland- Estonia- 24.08.2017 at 5:30 pm
Serbia- Estonia- 26.08.2017 at 5:30 pm
Poland- Finland- 26.08.2017 at 8:30 pm
Finland- Serbia- 28.08.2017 at 5:30 pm
Poland- Estonia- 28.08.2017 at 8:30 pm
before the 1st game – at 3.30pm
before the 2nd game – at about 7pm, depending on when the 1st game will end
5. Gastronomy services :
Pubs and food-courts on the 1st and 3rd levels.
6. Can I bring my own camera?
There are no restrictions regarding cameras. Bringing tripods is forbidden and the pictures can be made for private purposes only.
7. Are there any age restrictions?
8. Is there a cloakroom in ERGO ARENA?
Yes, the cloakroom in ERGO ARENA is optional, costs PLN for a piece.
9. Is there a car park nearby ERGO ARENA?
Yes – right in front of ERGO ARENA there is a widely available car park with place enough for about 700 cars and 15 buses. It costs 20 PLN to park a car and 50 PLN to park a bus on a game day. Parking fee – cash only.
10. More information about the tickets availability can be found here:
11. Additional questions (Monday-Friday) will be answered here:
+ 48 58 76 72 101 (09am – 5pm) and online, via email@example.com
Tickets are on sale:
in ERGO ARENA’s ticket office no. 3, open:
- Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm
(and on event days)
Online, via https://www.ebilet.pl
If your child is less than 2 years old, ticket purchase is not necessary. Children older than that are obligated to have a ticket purchased. Parents and guardians of children that are less than 2 have to bring papers, confirming the child’s age.
3+1 offer (categories II-IV)- buy 3 tickets, get the 4th one for free. It’s an offer dedicated to groups and families. All tickets are printed then on one paper and so the groups of four have to enter the arena at the same time.