Event information for the 2021 Australian Under-18 Junior Championships.
Dates: 10 – 17 April, 2021
Where: Eagle Stadium, 35 Ballan Rd, Werribee VIC 3030
Fixture: CLICK HERE
View/Download Event Program: CLICK HERE
For the live fixture, results and ladders: CLICK HERE
Livestreaming Details: CLICK HERE
Event Merchandise: CLICK HERE
2021 Australian U18 Championships Grand Final Tickets
This year’s Championships come to a conclusion on Saturday 17 April at Eagle Stadium, Werribee (VIC).
Here is the need to know information about securing a pass (ticket) to watch the two Grand Finals.
If you’re in receipt of an Event Passes
If you hold an event pass for a team competing in the Grand Final (men’s and women’s) you will receive automatic entry, no action is required.
If you hold an event pass for a non-competing team you will receive advance opportunity to secure a seat at the Grand Final for no additional cost.
These Grand Final tickets will be available to claim from 10.00pm AEST tonight, Friday 16 April until 8.00am AEST on Saturday 17 April.
An email will be sent to those in receipt of an event pass following tonight’s Semi Finals with details to access the tickets. Limited numbers are available.
Day Passes and Grand Final Passes – Saturday 17 April
Standard Day Passes for Saturday will be available from 10.00pm AEST tonight, Friday 16 April. These will provide access to all games played on Saturday EXCEPT the two Grand Finals.
A limited number of Grand Final Passes will be available to the public from 10.00am AEST on Saturday 17 April.
Passes will be available from here > – https://basketballaustralia.intix.com.au/
Information Ticketing Information
Tickets went on sale at 12.00pm AEDT on Friday 26 March 2021 from – https://basketballaustralia.intix.com.au/
Event pass sales will conclude at 7.00pm AEST on Thursday 8 April 2021.
All passes and tickets must be purchased online and in-advance, with no Box Office facilities at the venue.
Due to COVID-safe protocols, capacity is capped for this event and patrons will need to adhere to all event instructions.
All tickets must also have a unique name against it for contact tracing purposes. Tickets are not transferable between patrons and ID may be requested at the door by ticketing staff.
As per the Victorian Government Event Framework, each court will have a capacity limit of 75% of available seating. Additionally, there is a cap of 1000 spectators per day allowed into the event.
All event passes will require the patron to pick their supporting team, this will ensure priority access to these games.
BA strongly suggests any travelling family and friends purchase an event pass.
Day passes will be available for purchase from 10.00pm AEST each day, for the following day. Limited numbers of these will be available.
If patrons plan to attend on a day pass, it is suggested you purchase this before departing home to avoid disappointment.
Due to capacity limits, entry to the Opening Ceremony and Grand Finals will be ticketed separately via the competing teams. Patrons with an Event Pass of the competing teams will have first access to Grand Final tickets.
Ticketing and capacity update as at 3.00pm AEST, 13 April, 2021:
Due to high demand, Basketball Australia and Wyndham Basketball Association have applied and been granted an upgrade to the public event status for the 2021 Australian Under-18 Championships.
Effective immediately, the event now has an increased capacity with additional Day Passes available online for today, Tuesday.
All passes must be purchased online, there is no Box Office or Will Call facility for this event.
Day Passes for tomorrow, Wednesday 14 April, will go on sale at 10.00pm AEST tonight.
There is still a daily cap which must be adhered to, so patrons should purchase their Day Pass before departing for the venue. Additionally each court seating area has a capacity of 75%.
Purchase daily passes from HERE.
Passes (tickets) much be purchased online and in-advance. There is no Box Office or Will Call at the venue for these Championships.
Travel and Roadwork: Up to date information regarding roadworks and travel disruptions for Werribee, available HERE.
Camera and Video Passes: With the protection and privacy of our participants in mind, anyone wanting to use a camera or take video is required to have a CAMERA/VIDEO PASS during the Championships. All cameras are required to be signed in at the front desk on arrival and agree to the Photography policy. Click here to view full policy. All video cameras are to be used the area provided in the stadiums for filming. No flash photography is allowed and Basketball Australia requests no photography from the baseline.