A limited number of tickets for the 2021 Betfred World Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield are still available.
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These seats are only available to purchase online at cruciblesnooker.com or seetickets.com.
Many fans who had tickets for the 2020 event have transferred them to next year. So only the tickets which remain will be on sale for this outstanding sporting event in 2021.
For an experience which fans will remember for a lifetime, there are a limited number of Premium and VIP packages available for certain sessions. These include seats close to the action, three-course meals with drinks plus an appearance from a snooker legend. These are rated among the best Premium and VIP packages in any sport and fans must book fast for a chance to secure this exclusive opportunity.
The 2021 Championship will run from April 17 to May 3. The world’s top 16 players will be seeded through to the Crucible, joined by 16 qualifiers. Ronnie O’Sullivan won the title for a sixth time this year, beating Kyren Wilson 18-8 in the final.
The Betfred World Championship is one of the biggest sporting events on the planet, watched by a global television audience of 500 million.
WST Chairman Barry Hearn said: “This is an incredible opportunity for fans to get in early and secure tickets for our blue riband tournament, because there is no venue on Earth which can match the Crucible for atmosphere and the magic of the experience.
“We live in uncertain times and of course we can’t guarantee at this stage that we will be able to welcome fans at the Crucible next Spring, but everyone who follows snooker can rest assured that we will try our best to make this happen and explore every opportunity.
“We have worked closely with the UK Government in recent months and we were extremely proud that the World Championship was selected as the first indoor sporting event to safely welcome fans, albeit only on certain days. We remain dedicated to the same path as we look to the future, and in Sheffield Council and Sheffield Theatres we have fantastic partners to work with on a common goal.
“Fans can be sure that if the 2021 event is played behind closed doors or with a reduced crowd, they will have the options of transferring their tickets or a full refund.”
The Betfred World Championship has been staged at the Crucible since 1977 and will remain there until at least 2027. The event is supported by Sheffield City Council.