Tuesday, August 21, 2012 |16:51 |Age: 272 days
World Baseball Classic Qualifier: Final Countdown
For the first time in history, a World Baseball Classic event is taking place on European soil. Regensburg has previously hosted the 2009 Baseball World Cup in the Armin-Wolf-Arena and now looks forward to captivating the crowd once more at the World Baseball Classic Qualifier.
Fans, coaches, players and the German community are eagerly awaiting the event in Regensburg, 20-24 September. With just over a month to go, rosters are being finalised, equipment is being prepared and flights are being booked to make this a truly memorable event.
The competition features host country Germany taking on Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Canada in a winner-takes-all format. The victorious nation will earn a place at the 2013 World Baseball Classic, participating in a battle to win the most exclusive baseball tournament in the world.
Time is running out to be part of the action. Tickets to this inclusive event can be purchased by visiting www.worldbaseballclassic.com. Enthusiasts can reserve seats from four different categories, place their order with a simple online payment system and receive tickets by e-mail. In addition to single and strip tickets, there is an opportunity to purchase VIP packages.
Category | Single Game (Thurs., Fri., Sun., Mon.) | Double Header (Sat.) | Strip Tickets (Thurs.-Mon.)
Home Plate Premium | €50 | €75 | €220
Home Plate | €40 | €60 | €175
Infield | €30 | €45 | €130
Baseline | €20 | €30 | €85
About the World Baseball Classic Qualifier in Regensburg:
The World Baseball Classic Qualifier in Regensburg, Germany is a premier international event being held from 20-24 September 2012. Games are being played each day with Saturday seeing a double header. The tournament features Germany, Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Canada, all competing for one spot at the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
About the World Baseball Classic:
The World Baseball Classic is the official baseball world championship, showcasing the best players from around the world representing their national team. The next competition takes place in March 2013, following four qualification rounds in fall 2012. The winner of each qualification round will join 12 pre-qualified teams to combine for 16 total nations competing for the title.