Cerebral Palsy Footbal World Championship Tickets Now Available

Tickets for the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships 2015 to be held in England are now available.  Read the announcement below for further details or visit www.cp2015.com.

Cerebral Palsy Football Championship 2015

GET YOUR SEAT – Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships Tickets are now available

Don’t miss your chance to be part of the first international tournament to be hosted at St George’s Park, the home of England’s 24 national teams

Tickets start at £5/£2.50 concessions

Tickets are now on general sale for the IFCPF (International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football) World Championships which is taking place at St George’s Park, between June 16-28, 2015.
Host nation England will be joined by the 15 other leading teams from around the world to compete for the title of World Champions. And for teams, the tournament comes with the added incentive as the main qualifier for the Rio Paralympic Games 2016.

Following a lunchtime opening ceremony, England gets the tournament underway with a Group A game against Japan at 1.00pm. The Three Lions follow this up with clashes against two of the top-three ranked sides in the world in the guise of Iran (June 18 – KO 7pm) and Ukraine (June 20, 5pm).

Team Captain, Jack Rutter said: “The draw poses a tough test, but we know that with hard work that we have been putting in and our determination and tactical awareness we can rise to the challenge.”

The CP Football World Championships is the first time St. George’s Park will host an international football tournament with a number of games taking place on site. Following on from the World Championships, the facility will play host to the 2018 UEFA Under 17 Championships. Last summer the venue also saw the likes of international giants FC Barcelona and FC Porto among a number of teams to use the 330-acres of Staffordshire site for their pre-season training base.

Julie Harrington, Managing Director of St George’s Park said: “We’ve been really delighted with the popularity of St. George’s Park across the whole football community and The Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships is another massive feather in the cap for us. It’s a tournament with a huge global reach, offering places for the Paralympic Games in Rio next year, and we are really privileged that St George’s Park will be hosting such a prestigious event.

“I’m delighted that we’ve been able to go out and put together a fantastic volunteers programme which has truly engaged the local community and I really hope that football fans up and down the country get behind this fantastic sport – it’s a great opportunity to soak up what will be a fantastic atmosphere this summer, and people can really play their part in getting behind the England team.”

A total of 48 matches will take place over the 12 day tournament with a group stage and knock out phase to determine the winner. But with places at the Rio Paralympic Games at stake, all teams will be competing until the tournament concludes in the scrap for positional placing to make it to Brazil.

Tournament Director Jeff Davis said: “Everyone involved in getting this tournament off the ground has worked tirelessly and excitement is definitely growing with the tournament just six weeks away. The 2012 Paralympic Games put the quality of elite disability sport in everyone’s consciousness. I can promise everyone that comes to the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships that they are in for a treat.”

Ticket prices start at £5 for adults and £2.50 for concessions with further reductions available for group and same day ticket bundle purchases.

Tickets are available online from www.cp2015.com/tickets

Groups of 11 or more should call our dedicated groups hotline on 0800 358 0058

Wheelchair accessible seating and tickets are available from our ticket hotline 0844 581 1251

For more information please visit www.cp2015.com/tickets

Notes to editors:
16 teams will contest the Cerebral Palsy Football World Championships. These are hosts England, Australia (representing Oceania), Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Russia, Scotland, Ukraine (Europe), Argentina, Brazil, Canada, USA, Venezuela (Americas), Iran, Japan (Asia).

Representation by Great Britain at the 2016 Paralympic Games will be achieved should England finish in a top 8 position. The Home Nations have selected England as the Nominated Country Status for Qualification.

The £105m facility in Staffordshire, is also the home for England’s 24 national teams and a national coach education, development and sports science centre for football, sport and business.

Ticket Information

Single match tickets are available as follows
• Adult ticket – £5
• Concession (16 and under, disability) – £2.50

Match Day Ticket Bundle (only for tickets purchased on one day):
• 1 Match: £5
• 2 Matches: £9
• 3 Matches: £12
• 4 Matches: £14
• Summary – Adult ticket bundle prices are is £5, £4, £3 and £2

• 1 Match: £2.50
• 2 Matches: £4.50
• 3 Matches: £6
• 4 Matches: £7
• Summary – Concession ticket bundle prices are £2.50, £2, £1.50 and £1

Group Ticket Offer:
Groups (11 or more tickets) will have a dedicated phone number to call. For every 11 tickets purchased, groups will receive 1 adult ticket / ticket bundle free.

Wheelchair Accessible Seating:
Accessible seating will be available for all games and these tickets must be purchased via our dedicated ticket hotline 0844 581 1251. Concessionary ticket prices apply whilst Personal Assistant tickets will be complimentary.

Booking Fee:
Booking fees are included within the ticket cost therefore there are no additional booking fees to be paid

Fulfilment Fee:
There will be an additional per transaction cost as follows:
• £2.50 – Postal Tickets
• £1.00 – Print at home E-tickets
• £1.00 – Collect on the day from Venue Ticket Office

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