Speedway riders from 9 countries will perform during the European Individual Ice Speedway Championship. This event will take place on Saturday, December 4, at the Arena Lodowa track in Tomaszów Mazowiecki. The beginning of the competition is scheduled for 18.45. Online ticket sales for this competition are ongoing.
The Individual European Championship will be held in Poland for the third time. In 2008, the medals of this event were given in Sanok, when, for the only time in the history of this sport, a representative of a country other than Russia won the gold medal. The Austrian Franz Zorn won then. Last year, this event came to our country for the second time. This time to Tomaszów Mazowiecki. There was no surprise there anymore – the Russian Dmitry Soliannikov won.
Due to the restrictions in force at that time, resulting from the pandemic situation, the fans could not watch the competition from the stands. Fortunately, this year will be different. Fans will be able to applaud the players representing nine European federations. Most places – 3 – were taken by Sweden. 2 riders will be sent to our country by Austrians, Czechs, Finns, Dutch and Russians. One in turn is designated by the Germans, Italians and Poles.
The start list will be published soon. Meanwhile, the online sale of tickets for this attractive competition is ongoing. They can be purchased online on the website: bilety.speedwayevents.pl and on ebilet.pl.
Ticket prices for the European Individual Ice Speedway Championship
VIP zone (included in the price: parking space, high-class catering, gift set, seating with the best visibility in the hall, competition program)
Normal Ticket – PLN 350
Reduced ticket (persons up to 18 years of age) – PLN 200
Normal Ticket – 119 PLN
Reduced ticket (children and adolescents up to 18 years of age; retirees and pensioners) – PLN 99
Normal Ticket – 109 PLN
Reduced ticket (children and adolescents up to 18 years of age; retirees and pensioners) – PLN 89
Voucher for the Competition Program – PLN 20
a) Children up to 6 years of age are entitled to free admission. The child enters the facility without a ticket and takes a seat on the guardian’s lap.
b) There are 10 places in the facility for disabled fans with a significant degree of disability along with their guardians. The organizers have provided free tickets for them. Willing people can apply by e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is November 26, the order of applications decides.
The competition will be held in accordance with the PZM sanitary regulations. Pursuant to the ordinance of the Council of Ministers, the number of seats in the audience is limited, i.e. 75% of the capacity of the venue (persons vaccinated with a full dose of the vaccine against Covid-19 do not count). The honorary patronage over the event was taken by MEP Ryszard Czarnecki.