Tickets on sale for FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2023

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Australian sports fans can now secure their seats to watch the Seven Consulting Opals in action at the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2023, with fixtures and tickets released today.

Taking place in Sydney between 26 June and 2 July at the Quaycentre, the Aussies will begin their campaign against the Philippines on the opening night of the tournament, with the match tipping off at the primetime of 7:30pm.

Sitting in Group B, the Opals will also battle it out against Chinese Taipei on Tuesday evening and third-ranked Japan on Wednesday, before the Final phase gets underway on Friday 30 June.

The Asia Cup marks the second consecutive world class event hosted by Australia within the past 12 months, after the FIBA Women’s World Cup was played in Sydney during September-October last year.

With fans turning out in record numbers to support the Opals during that event, Basketball Australia CEO, Matt Scriven, said he’d love to see sports fans recreate an amazing atmosphere.

“Today marks a big milestone in the lead up to the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2023 with the fixture being released and tickets officially going on sale – the countdown to the event is well and truly on,” Scriven said.

“With family-friendly prices starting at $30 for adults and $15 for children, we’d love to see all sports lovers dust off their green and gold apparel and create that electric atmosphere which comes with watching your national team play on home soil.

“We saw firsthand the incredible support the Opals received during the World Cup last year and the positive impact it had on the team, so we feel very fortunate to host another world class event in our backyard.

“It’s also a great opportunity for families and fans across the country to visit Sydney and explore New South Wales too.”

In addition to Australia, the Philippines, Chinese Taipei and Japan, China, Korea, New Zealand and Lebanon have also qualified for the tournament and make-up Group A.

Tickets to the day sessions and evening sessions during the Group Phase, which are all double headers, start from just $30 for an adult and $15 for a child – so fans will have plenty of opportunity to catch stars in action! For more ticketing information and to secure your seats, head to Ticketek.

For more information about the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup, click here.