Finals 2019 – Frequently Asked Questions
Tickets for the L&G Korfball Grand Finals 2019 will be going on sale on Thursday 31st January! Make sure you’re following us on social – search #KorfballFinals for the very latest news!
Selecting Your Seat
To reserve the seat that you want we recommend booking your tickets through the booking website, you’ll then be asked to select your seat. If you book through the app on your phone or tablet you will be allocated the ‘best’ available seat nearest the pitch.
Early Bird Offer
The early-bird sale offer runs until 28th February 2019. During the early-bird tickets start from just £9.60* for adults and £4.80* for concessions. There are limited tickets available, so be quick and buy your tickets as soon as you can!
Once the early-bird sale has ended, if you buy ten tickets in one transaction you can still save 20%. The discount is available on Silver and Bronze tickets on either Saturday or Sunday.
Due to a limitation of the ticketing website you can only book group adult tickets. If any of your group is under 16, you should contact us with your booking reference number and we will arrange for a refund to be issued for the difference between the cost of an adult and concessions ticket. Refunds will be issued to you within 7 working days.
All children and concessions benefit from 50% off all tickets. Children under 2 do not need a ticket but they must sit on the lap of their responsible adult. We recommend that infants are not brought to the event as there will be loud music and visual effects.
- Children aged 2 – 16
- Recipients of Universal or Pension Credit
- Those with a registered disability and full time carers who accompany them
Our ticket prices are fantastic value. Students over the age of 16 will need to buy an adult ticket. The price will depend on the location within the arena that you choose. Prices range between £9.60 – £17*.
The last match of the Grand Finals will be the Premier League Final which will start at 3.30pm on Sunday 2nd June 2019. You’re not going to want to miss this one! Click here to view the full match schedule.
What time do the doors open?
Doors open at 10.30am on Saturday and 8.45am on Sunday. *Correct at time of publication
Where is the Copper Box Arena?
The Copper Box Arena is in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. Public transport is the best and easiest way to get to and from the Olympic Park, either by train, underground, bus or cycle. If you’re going to catch the Bus the 388 bus stops directly outside the Copper Box Arena (stops M & N). There are also 140 cycle racks outside the arena, including a Santander Cycles docking station.
The address of the Copper Box Arena is: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London, E20 3HB.
What are the nearest train (Overground) stations?
- Hackney Wick (5 minute walk)
- Stratford International (10 minute walk)
- St Pancras International & Kings Cross stations are just seven minutes away by train to Stratford International
What is the nearest Underground station?
- Stratford (15 minute walk)
With the exception of accessible parking, there will be no onsite parking available at the Copper Box Arena on Saturday 1st or Sunday 2nd June 2019. If you are planning on driving there is plenty of parking available at Westfield Stratford City.
There are drop-off bays for coaches at the Copper Box Arena, however there is no parking available at the venue. A coach park (15 spaces) is available at Westfield Stratford City. Visit the Westfield website or call 020 8221 7308 to book a space.
Copper Box Admissions Policy
Click here to download a copy of the Copper Box Arena’s admissions policy.
Where to stay?
There are a number of hotels offering over 1,000 rooms within a 10 minute walk of the Copper Box Arena.
- Holiday Inn Stratford City (4*)
- Marlin Stratford (4*)
- Staybridge Suites (4*)
- The Westbridge Hotel (4*)
- Premier Inn Stratford (3*)
The Copper Box Arena is fully accessible. The Copper Box is step free and accommodates wheelchair users in each block. There are limited spaces for accessible parking – if you are planning on driving please contact the venue in advance. The Copper Box Arena have worked with Disabled Go and have created an online access guide.
On Sunday 1st June 2019 the London Stadium will host the first show of the UK leg of Muse’s Simulation Theory World Tour. The show starts at 4pm so you should expect that it will be busier than normal. We recommend that you allow extra time to get to the Copper Box Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Can we bring our own food and drinks to the event?
No food or drink is permitted to be brought into the Copper Box Arena, except in limited circumstances on proven medical grounds. Only food and drink purchased in the Copper Box Arena may be consumed in the venue.
For the safety of spectators, event stewards may conduct security searches of bags and reserve the right to refuse admission.
Is there a place where I can leave a pram or pushchair within the venue?
Yes, the arena has its very own secure buggy park backstage where all prams or pushchairs can be stored during your stay. Please speak to a member of the team on your arrival who will show you where to go. Unfortunately prams and pushchairs cannot be taken onto the concourse in the arena.
Press and Photographers are invited to attend the Korfball Finals at the Copper Box Arena. Applications should be sent via email to Dean Woods, England Korfball Marketing and Communications Officer by Sunday 26th May 2019. Please state whether you are applying for Press or Photographer Accreditation.
Photography and filming
Buying a ticket affirms your consent to the filming and sound recording of yourself as a member of the audience. If you have any objection, should this happen when you attend please contact a member of the Venue Management. No camera, video camera, sound recording equipment or other photographic apparatus may be brought into the Copper Box Arena for commercial purposes without advance written permission from England Korfball.
We have a number of fantastic value sponsorship opportunities available for the England Korfball Finals at the Copper Box Arena. For all sponsorship opportunities please contact Dean Woods, England Korfball Marketing and Communications Officer.
What should I do next?
Add the event to your calendar, buy your tickets for the biggest event in the Korfball calendar in the UK and tell your friends and family! We’re looking forward to seeing you at the #BoxThatRocks! We cannot wait!