Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions about the ticketing of the Women’s U19 World Floorball Championships in Uppsala from 2nd to 6th September 2020.
I have tickets to the championships in May, what happens now when it’s moved to September?
Your ticket for May will be valid for the same day and for the same seat in September. If you wish to repurchase your ticket, please contact Info@ifuarena.se
Where do I buy tickets?
You buy tickets at ifuarena.ebiljett.nu/EventList
How many tickets can I buy?
You can buy up to 10 tickets for each session/day. If you want to buy more tickets, please contact Info@ifuarena.se
Can I buy tickets directly at IFU Arena?
Yes. As long as available, tickets can be bought at IFU Arena. Only cards are accepted NO CASH
Are there fan sectors?
There is no specified fan sector for any countries. Swedish supporters are informed to buy tickets at section A and M.
Can I use cash in IFU Arena?
NO. IFU Arena is cash-free. Only credit cards/bankcards are accepted.
I am planning to come to the U19 WFC with a small child. Does he/she need a ticket?
Children younger than 4 years do not need a ticket, but they have to sit on an adult’s lap. They don´t have their own seat unless a ticket is purchased for them.
Do young children have free entrance to the arena?
Yes, Children younger than 4 years have free entrance.
Can I bring a stroller into the arena?
Yes, it should be placed so it is not in the way for other guests.
I’m a wheelchair user. How can I buy my ticket?
Please contact Info@ifuarena.se
Are discounts available for persons with severe health disabilities requiring assistance?
Wheelchair users pay the normal ticket price. If he/she needs assistance, their required accompanying person has free entrance.
ENTRANCE TO ARENAS
Will I be able to access “Arena B/Second Arena” with a ticket of the “Main arena/Arena A”?
Yes. A valid ticket to the “Main Arena/Arena A” will allow you to access matches in “Arena B/Second Arena” free of charge on the same day and if there is space left in “Arena B/Second Arena”. However, a ticket to “Arena B/Second Arena” will not allow access to “Main Arena/Arena A”.
Do I have a seating place in Arena B/Second Arena, when I bought a ticket for the main arena “Main Arena/Arena A”?
There will be unnumbered seating in “Arena B/Second Arena”. You don’t have a specific seat reserved for you with a ticket of the main arena, and seats are subject to availability.
When will both arenas open?
Both venues will open 60 minutes before the first match of the day starts.