New Years day: Wildcats VS Bees Charity match!

Tickets will be on sale Monday 17th Dec 18

The New Year charity games with the Bracknell Bees are fast approaching and tickets will go on sale on Monday 17th December 18.

This season’s chosen charity, chosen by the Bees, is Young Epilepsy who will sponsor both the Bracknell and Swindon home games. Young Epilepsy is a national charity, formed in 1897 supporting children and young adults up to the age of 25 with epilepsy and associated conditions. The charity also provides support to families of those children and young adults. 

This season’s games will be on the 1st and 2nd January 2019 with Swindon hosting the first game at the Better Link Centre and Bracknell the second at The Hive. The game at the Better Link Centre will be a 4:15pm face-off on New Year’s Day.

We are delighted to announce that tickets are now on sale for the game with prices detailed below:

 

Season Ticket Holders

Seated

Standing

Adult

£11

£13

£11

Concession

£9

£11

£10

Child

£5

£6

£5

 

£1 from every ticket will be going to charity, and season ticket holders have until the 29th December to reserve their seat.

 

Swindon Wildcats Head Coach Aaron Nell said; “We are looking forward to the charity series with Bracknell, we’ve already had some close games this year and these promise to be no different. It will be two really fun games of hockey and hopefully, we can come together and raise a lot of money for Young Epilepsy, one I’m sure all our fans will agree is a very good cause.”

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