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Vízilabda Európa-bajnokság Budapest 2014
Matches on Thursday, 24 July, Women:
5th Place: Loser of QF1 vs. Loser of QF2
Semifinal 1: Winner of QF1 vs. Spain
Semifinal 2: Winner of QF2 vs. Netherlands
2014. július 23. Wednesday
16:00 MEN Quarter Final 1 RUS-GER
17:30 MEN Quarter Final 2 GEO-FRA
19:00 MEN Quarter Final 3 ITA-CRO
20:30 MEN Quarter Final 4 GRE-SRB
2014. július 24. Thursday
15:00 WOMEN Final 5th-6th place LQF1-LQF2
16:30 WOMEN Semi Final 1 WQF1-ESP
18:00 WOMEN Semi Final 2 WQF2-NED
Evening box office opening hours
VASÁRNAP/SUNDAY Sold Out!
The matches will start on:
16th of July 2014. at 13.00pm (instead of the originally planned 13.30),
18th of July, 2014 at 13.00pm (instead of the originally planned 13.30),
20th of July, 2014 at 13.00pm (instead of the originally plananed 13.30),
22nd of July, 2014 at 15.00pm (instead of the originally planned 14.30),
22nd of July, 2014 at 16.30pm (instead of the originally planned 16.00),
22nd of July, 2014 at 18.00pm (instead of the originally planned 17.30),
24th of July, 2014 at 15.00pm (instead of the originally planned 14.30),
24th of July, 2014 at 16.30pm (instead of the originally planned 16.00),
24th of July, 2014 at 18.00pm (instead of the originally planned 17.30),
26th of July, 2014 at 10.30am (instead of the originally planned 10.00),
26th of July, 2014 at 12.00am (instead of the originally planned 11.30),
26th of July, 2014 at 13.30 (instead of the originally planned 13.00),
26th of July, 2014 at 16.30 (instead of the originally planned 16.00),
26th of July, 2014 at 18.00 (instead of the originally planned 17.30).
European Water polo Championships
Types of tickets:
- Passe partout for the EC 2014 ensures the best view on the pool.
Allowes to attend to the games of all teams during the EC 2014. It’s not nominal - it can be transferred to anyone. By purchasing a passe partout You guarantee your seat at the final games of the tournament and, as a gift, You get a collar T-shirt signed by a player, which will be handed right when You first enter to the venue.
- Children tickets can be used under the age 14!
- Categories of VIP catering:
• 2.000 HUF VIP ticket: soft drink
• 3.750 HUF VIP ticket: soft drink, salty pasrty, coffee, cookies
• 5.000 HUF and 6.250 HUF VIP ticket: soft drink, sandwich
• 7.500 HUF and 8.750 HUF VIP tickets: soft drink, sandwich, coffee, cookies
• 12.500 HUF and 15.000 HUF VIP tickets: soft drink, sandwich, coffee, cookies – plus a T-shirt signed by a player
• 25.000 HUF VIP ticket: allowes attendance to the MVLSZ (Hunagrian Waterpolo Association) VIP terrace – hot buffet, a T-shirt signed by a player
EC schedule revealed
The first match of the EC has been played: LEN agreed with broadcasters on the final schedule of the European Championships.
Though the draw of the Euro Champs has been conducted two months ago, the finalization of the EC program is always a difficult issue to agree on: firstly, LEN’s Office makes a plan, then negotiates in several rounds with EBU – the organization holding the broadcasting rights -, and host broadcaster MTV (Hungarian National Television).
Generally, the most difficult part of this process is to reconcile with EBU, as all the ‘big fish’ national televisions – like RAI, and Spanish TVE - needs to have their respective national teams’ matches at the appropriate time so they could broadcast them.
Italian men’s national team got arguably the best slots to play, three times at 19:00, right before Hungary. It has been cleared long time ago that the hosts own the last matches of each day. Spain was able to get an additional match starting at 20:30, beside the one they play with the Hungarians on the very first day.
LEN is more flexible anyways than FINA – at the World Championships, a strict program is followed, on which based on each team must play at least once in the morning, except the hosting nation. At the EC, the schedule can be focused on the bigger matches to begin at TV-friendlier times, given e.g. the debutant Georgian team playing at the earlier slots, and the great match-ups to be played at late afternoon in general.
As the schedule is revealed, now fans have all the information to buy tickets for the matches they want. The first block of the men’s group stage games - including four matches starting at 11:30 a.m. - is accessible with one ticket, while spectators need to have another one to watch the last two matches of the day. During the women’s preliminary rounds, one ticket provides entry for all the four matches of the day.
The starting times for the host national teams haven’t changed: men’s matches will begin at 20:30 and women’s games at 17:30 each day during the group stage. Then, their schedule will depend on the rankings as well as other teams’.
The opener match of the EC will feature Croatia against Germany on Monday, 14th July at 11:30 a.m. Two years ago, in Eindhoven, this match-up resulted in a tough, memorable game, with a slightly surprising German victory.