FINA Diving World Series 2018: tickets and passes on sale

FINA Diving World Series 2018: tickets and passes on sale

April 13, 2018 - 16:19
Sport Printable version

The FINA Diving World Series kicks off in less than a month. So it is time to take care of buying tickets and passes for this most prestigious tournament.

One leg of the FINA Diving World Series has been held at the Aquatics Palace in Tatarstan's capital city annually since 2015. These competitions always gather together diving stars. This year is no exception. The two-time Olympic Champion of 2016 and world champion, Chen Aisen of China, and the current world champions, medallists of the 2012 Olympic Games, Ilya Zakharov and Evgeny Kuznetsov of Russia, who are well known at home, are expected to participate in the upcoming Kazan event. One can cheer for Tatarstan's star diver, Nikita Shleikher, who is a repeated winner and medallist of the Russian Championships, medallist of the European and World Championships, and he claimed gold of the Universiade in Taipei last year.

From 4 to 6 May each competition day of the fourth leg of the Kazan FINA Diving World Series will be divided into sessions. Access to a morning session from 10 to 12 a.m. will cost from 100 to 150 rubles, while admission to an evening session, starting at 5:30 p.m., will cost from 200 to 250 rubles.

Tickets for the competitions can be bought online at the website of the Directorate for Sports and Social Projects. During the competition days, they will be on sale at the ticket offices of the Aquatics Palace.

It should be noted that there is a discount system for some categories of spectators. Corporate clients, who will purchase over 80 tickets as an organised group, will get 20% off. The tickets for the holders of the membership cards of the Aquatics Palace will be 25% cheaper. This discount is available only for the evening events. World War II and labour veterans, pensioners and people with disabilities will be offered a 30% discount.

A car park will be arranged for the spectators. Access to the parking space is free of charge.

Media and Communications Department of Directorate for Sports and Social Projects

All news