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Don't miss the chance to witness the Danish stars defend their title in Kazan. (Photo: Badminton EUrope/Mark Phelan)
Ticket sale is on
Date: 2/7/2018 2:40 PM
Published by : Emma Lollike
21 days to go before the first shuttles are flying in the Kazan Gymnastics Center for the 2018 Men’s & Women’s Team Championships, and you can buy your tickets now.

With less than one month to go Badminton Europe urges badminton fans to get their tickets for the championships in Kazan before too long. 

The best men’s and women’s teams will gather in the Russian city to compete for a spot at the Thomas & Uber Cup Finals, coming up this May in Bangkok Thailand.

Denmark hold the top seedings in both events, and, especially, the men’s team have an important honor to defend as they won the Thomas Cup in 2016 as the first European nation ever.


Don’t miss the chance to see the biggest European stars up close as they play in this entertaining team event representing their nation. A lot is at stake and the stage is set for some fiery matches as the best European team must be found. 


Admission to the morning sessions on 13-16 February is free according to the competition schedule:
13 February – from 10.00 to 16.00
14 February – from 09.00 to 15.00
15 February – from 10.00 to 17.00
16 February – from 09.00 to 15.00

See the full schedule for the event  here.

Furthermore, Badminton Europe encourage everyone interested to be aware of the visa applications process to enter Russia.

Get a guide to apply for Russian travel visa here.


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