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Tickets sales begins for ISF World Championship 2014
HAARLEM (Neth.) - On Saturday, November 2, the ticket sales for the ISF Women's World Championship 2014 has started. The first ticket was handed out to KNBSB-President Bob Bergkamp during the KNBSB Congress in Driebergen.

Tickets can be ordered through the website of the World Championship.

The 14th edition of the Women's World Championship will be held at the Nol Houtkamp Sports Complex in Haarlem, Netherlands, which is the home of big league-club FysioExpert Olympia Haarlem. It marks the first time that the global event will be held in Europe.

There are several ticket-options, including tickets for a complete day, tickets for the second part of the day (starting at 4 PM) and of course tickets (passe-partouts) for the entire event.

A passe-partout for the entire tournament is only 75 Euros for adults and 55 Euro for youth until 13 years. A passe-partout for a reserved seat can be obtained for 125 Euros.

A ticket for one day costs € 12,50 or € 8,50 for youth until 13 years.
A ticket for a half-day (from 4 PM on) costs € 8,50 or 6,50 in the youth-category.

The World Championship opens on Friday, August 15 and ends with the final on Sunday, August 24.

So far, eleven countries have qualified for participation. Of course, hosting country The Netherlands, which is the reigning European champion, qualified as host.

The other ten countries are Australia, Canada, Cuba, the Czech Republic, the Dominican Republic, Italy, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Russia and the USA.

Italy, the Czech Republic and Russia qualified this Summer during the European Championship in Prague (Czech Republic).
Canada, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the USA qualified during the Pan-American Championships, while Australia and New Zealand qualified to represent Oceania.

Later this month, a qualifying tournament opens in Taichung (Taiwan), which will decide what three countries will represent Asia. The field of participants of 16 countries will be completed with two African countries.

(November 5)

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