Posted 5th Jun 2017

Get your tickets now for Team Bath Netball’s Final Four title bid in Birmingham

Tickets are on sale for this weekend’s Vitality Superleague Final Four showdown as Team Bath Netball bid for a record sixth title.

The Sitec-sponsored Blue and Gold will face table-topping Loughborough Lightning in the semi-finals on Saturday (4pm), hoping to book their place in the Grand Final on Sunday (5pm) against either Wasps or Manchester Thunder.

All of the matches, including the third-placed play-off on Sunday (2.30pm), will now take place at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham. It was scheduled for Manchester Arena but has been moved in the wake of the recent terror attack.

A statement by England Netball said: “Due to the on-going operation at Manchester Arena and despite the best efforts of England Netball, Manchester City Council and relevant authorities, unfortunately the decision has been made to move the Vitality Netball Superleague Final Four to the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham.

“Whilst all parties would have loved to have hosted the Final Four in Manchester, it was unclear whether there would be enough time to allow event preparations to be finalised following the awful attack in the city. It is therefore with a heavy heart that we are moving to an alternative venue. All existing ticket holders will be contacted by their ticket agent over the next few days by email and given the choice to either exchange their ticket for the Barclaycard Arena or receive a full refund.”

Tickets are priced from £12.30 for adults and £9.10 for U16s on Saturday, £24.01 and £17.62 on Sunday (including booking fees) or £30 and £20 for a weekend ticket (not including booking fees).

They are available to purchase by clicking here.

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