- Ticket presale for the European Water Polo Championships exclusively at OMV filling stations
- The presale of 15 percent cheaper tickets lasts only for a week
- Till the beginning of Championship in Belgrade Arena less than 100 days left
The tickets for all matches, a total of 100 matches, could be exclusively purchased in advance at all OMV filling stations in Serbia. Presale will last only seven days, from 12 to 19 October, and during this period ticket sets will be cheaper by 15 percent. At OMV Serbia filling stations vouchers will be issued, and specially designed cards will be able to obtain in the Eventim office in Usce shopping mall.
During the regular sale, in addition to OMV filling stations, sets of cards will be able to obtain at all Eventim sale spots, as well as via the Internet on the site www.eventim.rs. Price of ticket sets for the first category in advance is RSD 12,500 dinars, while the regular price is RSD 14,000. For the second category tickets in advance one should pay RSD 10,500, while the regular price is RSD 12,000. For the third category of tickets cost in advance is RSD 9,000, while regular price is RSD 10,000.
Less than 100 days has left till the beginning of the 32nd European Championship in water polo hosted in Belgrade for the second time. The Championships Draw was held on Sunday 4th October and the presale of ticket sets for the continental championship starts on 12th October.
Matches at the 32nd European Championship in water polo will be played in Kombank Arena in Belgrade, which will have two prefabricated swimming pools specially adapted for this occasion. Capacity of Kombank Arena will be 12,000 seats, so Belgrade and all water polo fans in Serbia will be able to break the world record in the number of viewers not only on one game at the European Championships, but also for the total number of visitors to the championships in Europe. Serbian team is the current world champion, and since 2001 it has been a medalist at major competitions.
OMV – a public limited company
With Group sales of EUR 36 bn and a workforce of around 25,500 employees in 2014, OMV Aktiengesellschaft is one of Austria’s largest listed industrial companies. In Upstream, OMV has a strong base in Romania and Austria and a balanced international portfolio. 2014 daily production stood at approximately 309,000 boe/d. In Downstream, OMV has an annual refining capacity of 17.4 mn tonnes and approximately 4,100 filling stations in 11 countries as of end of 2014. OMV operates a gas pipeline network in Austria and gas storage facilities in Austria and Germany. In 2014, gas sales volumes amounted to 123 TWh.
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