We would like to answer your most frequently asked questions about the ticketing of the Women’s World Floorball Championships in Neuchâtel from 7th to 15th December hereafter.

General

How many tickets can I buy?
You can buy up to 20 tickets for each day. If you want to buy more tickets, please contact ticketing@swissunihockey.ch

Can I buy tickets in the / in front of the arenas?
Yes. As long as available, tickets can be bought in /in front of both arenas.

Are there fan sectors?
The swiss fan sector is in sector G/H (1st category tickets) and sector A (2nd category tickets).
There is no specified fan sector for the other teams.

Children

I am planning to come to the WFC with a small child. Does he/she need a ticket?
Children younger than 3 years do not need a ticket.

Do young children have free entrance to the arena?
Yes, Children younger than 6 years have free entrance, but need a ticket, if they are older than 3 years. Please contact ticketing@swissunihockey.ch

Wheelchair user

I’m wheelchair user. How can I buy my ticket?
Please contact ticketing@swissunihockey.ch

Are discounts available for persons with severe health disability requiring assistance?
Wheelchair user pay the normal price of a daily ticket. If the he/she needs assistance, their required accompanying person has free entrance.

Entrance to  arenas

Will I be able to access “La Riveraine” with a ticket of the main arena “Patinoires du Littoral”?
Yes. A valid ticket to “Patinoires du Littoral” will allow you to access matches in “La Riveraine” of charge. However, a ticket to “La Riveraine” will not allow access to “Patinoires du Littoral”.

Do I have a seating place in La Riveraine, when I bought a ticket for the main arena “Patinoires du Littoral”?
There will be numbered seating in La Riveraine. You don’t have a specific seat reserved for you with a ticket of the main arena.

When will both arenas open?
Both venues will open 60 minutes before the first match of the day starts.

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