Please find below some useful information related to the FIBA U20 European Championship in Helsinki, Finland.
Daily venue tickets start from 5€ (children) to 15€ (adults).
One venue ticket is valid in one venue (Helsinki Ice Hall or Pasila Sports Hall) for one game day. Tickets are sold in three categories: adults (15€), 11-19-year olds (10€) and 6-10-year-olds (5€).
Children aged five years and younger are allowed in for free – however, they have to sit on the lap of their accompanying adult when free seats are not available.
Ticket sales for the event are operated by www.ticketmaster.fi.
Tickets can also be bought at venues. Please consider purchasing your tickets beforehand to avoid queues.
All games will be streamed live on the official FIBA YouTube channel.
Fanseat.com provides live broadcasts from all games of Group B as well as all games of the Final Phase (Round of 16, Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals, bronze medal game and Final).
Scores and stats
The official #FIBAU20Europe website provides live scores and statistics from all tournament games, as well as news, features and a live blog.
To follow the tournament in Finnish, please visit the website of the Finnish Basketball Asscociation: http://www.basket.fi
The official hashtag of the event is #FIBAU20Europe.
The event can be followed on the below social media channels:
FIBA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FIBA
Official Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1059274860774499/
FIBA YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/FIBA
FIBA Twitter: https://twitter.com/FIBA
FIBA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FIBA/
Basket.fi Twitter (in English): https://twitter.com/basketfinland
Basket.fi YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketfinland
The following products can be purchased in the fan shops of the official venues:
Other activities at Helsinki Ice Hall
The Korispiste fan store is situated in the Helsinki Ice Hall lobby on the right side from the main doors. Official Susijengi (Finnish national team) products and much more on sale. Cash and bank and credit cards accepted.
You can get your picture taken with the #FIBAU20Europe frame at the photo frame point. You can also participate in the #Basketbooth Instagram competition. New prizes every day.
The face painting hotspot is situated right next to the Korispiste fan store. You can also participate in the double shooter competition.
The 3x3 Finnish Open will be arranged outside the Helsinki Ice Hall during the FIBA U20 European Championship.
How to get to the venues
Helsinki Ice Hall, Nordenskiöldinkatu 11-13, on map: https://goo.gl/maps/izacyoBENJ52
Pasila Sports Hall, Radiokatu 22, on map: https://goo.gl/maps/5pMjPgcQY4T2
Both Helsinki Ice Hall and Pasila Sports Hall are easily reached by public transportation. Helsinki’s Journey Planner (http://www.reittiopas.fi/en/) is by far the best tool for you to navigate in Helsinki, whether you’re using public transportation, a car or your two feet.
We recommend using public transportation. The parking fee at Helsinki Ice Hall is 10€. There is a very limited amount of parking spots around Pasila Sports Hall.
Route: Central Railway Station – Helsinki Ice Hall
Route: Central Railway Station – Pasila Sports Hall
Route: Helsinki Ice Hall – Pasila Sports Hall – Helsinki Ice Hall