2016 Welsh Open Arena
The Welsh Open will run from February 11 to 17. It is snooker’s longest running world ranking event – other than the World and UK Championships – having been ever present on the calendar since 1992. There will be 128 of the world’s leading players at the Motorpoint Arena, battling for the famous Ray Reardon Trophy.
Last year’s exciting final saw John Higgins beat Barry Hawkins 9-7 to win the title for a record fifth time. Also among the field were the likes of Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump, John Higgins, Mark Selby and home favourite Mark Williams.
All-day tickets for the showpiece final on Sunday February 17 are available for £55, and there’s also an Event Pass available which gives access to every session of the whole tournament for just £160!
Televised by Eurosport and Quest, the Welsh Open is the last of the 2018/19 season’s Home Nations events, with the others in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland. Once again there will be a £1 million bonus on offer to any player who can win all four Home Nations events.
The Welsh Open has a rich history as one of snooker’s longest running tournaments, a ranking event every year since 1992. Ronnie O’Sullivan and John Higgins share the record for most titles, with four apiece, while last season John Higgins lifted the trophy after beating Barry Hawkins 9-7 in a thrilling final.
Once again this time there will be 128 players battling for the prestigious title. The tournament forms part of the Home Nations series along with the English Open, Northern Ireland Open and Scottish Open.
Fans are strongly urged to get tickets booked fast to make sure of their seats and the chance to see their heroes live. Tickets start at just £8 – incredible value to see the sport’s top stars!
Dates: 11 – 17 February 2019
Venue: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
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There is a special offer for students with valid student ID, all day tickets for Monday-Thursday for only £8 (*limited offer).
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Tickets can be purchased through the venue and also on this page with SEE tickets by following the links below. Prices displayed do not include booking fees.
Accessible Seating is available for this event. Please contact the box office directly on dedicated line 02920 234 509 (Monday-Saturday 10-17) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To see where you’ll be sitting, click into the seating plans below. Unreserved seating is available from Monday 11 to Friday 15, reserved seating is in operation for Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 :
MANBETX WELSH OPEN RESERVED SEATING LAYOUT
MANBETX WELSH OPEN UNRESERVED SEATING LAYOUT
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