Basketball fans can buy from this Tuesday season tickets to attend the FEB Centenary Tournament to be played by Spain, the United States and Slovenia next August at the José María Martín Carpena Sports Palace. An incomparable event that will serve as preparation for the World Cup that will take place a few weeks later, which guarantees, to a large extent, that the stars come to Malaga.
The Spanish basketball institution already went to put the season tickets on sale last February. However, some problems with the distribution of seats and the occupation of the audiovisual media prevented the process from taking place. Now, with everything resolved, the public can already buy tickets to watch the three matches between the teams.
prices have not changed. The cheapest subscriptions have a cost of 120 euros, while the most expensive increase up to 1,000 euros. However, there are already many sectors that are exhausted. Yes, for the moment individual tickets cannot be purchased to see any match individually. What is clear is that a generous outlay will have to be made to witness this event of a Spain that will continue with number 1 in the FIBA ranking.
What hasn’t changed either is the order of the matches. Spain and Slovenia will open the Centennial Tournament on August 11, Slovenia and the United States will continue on the 12th, while the final climax will be provided by Spain and the United States. The time of the meetings is pending on television.
There have already been some rumors that the The United States team could experience a ‘revolution’ ahead of the next world championship. However, the presence of multiple North American stars is certain to fight for a new title with their selection. Like Luka Doncic, who has already consistently shown his commitment to Slovenia. AND who knows if Alberto Díaz or Darío Brizuela will be able to play at home against such entity rivals.
So everything is set in motion to live in a few months an unprecedented event that will take place in the city of Malaga, coinciding with the start of the Fair.