2017 School Games tickets on sale now

The 2017 School Games are coming! This amazing multi-sport event showcasing the most talented school-age athletes will take place at Loughborough University 31 August-3 September 2017.
2017 School Games tickets on sale now

The 2017 School Games are coming! This amazing multi-sport event showcasing the most talented school-age athletes will take place at Loughborough University 31 August-3 September 2017.

Tickets are now available for Schools to book, discounted to just £1 using the code 2017SGYST when prompted.

For large school group bookings of more than 25 people please email ticketing@schoolgames.org.uk and you will be sent a group booking form to take advantage of the exclusive £1 ticket offer.

General sales tickets will go on sale 17 May and book early to receive a 25% discount off each fully priced ticket. Adult tickets are £6.00 (normally £8.00) and under 16’s are £3.00 (normally £4.00), plus under the age of 3 goes free.

Tickets are available for 11 sports plus a special viewing opportunity for swimming (details to follow). If you require an accessible seat these are also available at point of booking and carers go free.

On completion of your booking you will receive an e-ticket direct from ticketsource that can be printed or stored on your smartphone. A Valid ticket will need to be presented when entering each sports venue.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Games! www.schoolgamesfinals.org

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