Fighting Chance Foundation Lottery For Tickets To The 2022 European Taekwondo Championships

21/04/2022 in News & Updates

Taking place at the Manchester Regional Arena, home of the British Taekwondo, from 19-22 May 2022 the event is being hosted in partnership with UK Sport, Manchester City Council and British Taekwondo.

Around 400 athletes from over 40 European nations are expected to compete in the event which will see Para Taekwondo fully integrated into the schedule for the first time. The biggest stars of GB Taekwondo and Para-Taekwondo are all aiming to qualify including the likes of Jade Jones, Bianca Walkden, Bradly Sinden, Lutalo Muhammad, Lauren Williams and Beth Munro.

We have 4 tickets for 1 instructor and 3 students to go to the 2022 European Taekwondo Championships, kindly donated by British Taekwondo.  These Premium tickets are for the Thursday or Friday sessions only (Thursday all day ticket or Friday 1 session only) and will offer seats opposite the main show ring with a good view of the two outer show rings in action, the best in the house!

To win these fantastic tickets and to support the Fighting Chance Foundation we’re inviting entries to our lottery draw.

THIS DRAW WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY 27TH APRIL

 

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If you do not win and still want to go, British Taekwondo has also offered all BMABA members discounted Premium tickets.  Please contact the BMABA Office if you’re a member for more information and for your discount.

THIS DISCOUNT WILL BE OFFERED UP TO 30TH APRIL

Entry is £4 for a chance to win 4 tickets (rrp with even with a BMABA discount is £30). You will need to be 16yrs and over to enter. Terms and conditions apply. For more information on the official event please here.

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