EHL – See the world’s best players live with Early Bird offer – ending 31st January!!!!!

Posted On 29th January 2016

Want to watch the world’s best players and officials live and in person for just €13,50 per day? The deadline for Early Bird tickets for the KO16 is just three days away on 31 January, allowing you to experience the world’s premier club competition for a bargain price.

** To buy your Early Bird tickets, click here

The  EHL KO16 will feature the world’s best player Rob van der Horst, the number one goalkeeper David Harte along with the FIH Rising Star Christopher Rühr with world umpire of the year Nathan Stagno set to be one of the key whistle-blowers.

Day tickets are available for just €13,50 while a Passepartout, allowing access for all four days, is €45 for adults.

Children get in for €8 per day or €28 for the Passepartout if tickets are bought online before the end of January.

The action itself will get underway 25 March with Polish champions WKS Grunwald Poznan playing Belgium’s KHC Leuven before a mouth-watering clash between German giants Rot Weiss Köln and UHC Hamburg.

Belgium’s Dragons face Atlètic Terrassa before Racing Club de France play their first KO16 match against Dutch side SV Kampong.

The second day of KO16 matches on 26 March features Russia’s Dinamo Kazan against 2014 champions Harvestehuder THC. The Spanish derby between Real Club de Polo and Club Egara follows before Wimbledon make their EHL debut against the host club, AH&BC Amsterdam.

Reigning champions Oranje Zwart begin their campaign against Royal Leopold for the final place in the KO8 which runs on 27 and 28 March.

The winners of the KO8 matches will advance to the FINAL4 which takes place in Barcelona on 14 and 15 May.

EHL 2015-2016 KO16 and KO8 match schedule (all times CET)

25-28 March 2016 at AHBC Amsterdam (NED)


Friday 25 March

M1 12.45h WKS Grunwald Poznan (POL) – KHC Leuven (BEL)

M2 15.00h Rot Weiss Köln (GER) – UHC Hamburg (GER)

M3 17.15h KHC Dragons (BEL) – Atlètic Terrassa (ESP)

M4 19.30h Racing Club de France (FRA) – SV Kampong (NED)

Saturday 26 March

M5 10.30h Dinamo Kazan (RUS) – Harvestehuder THC (GER)

M6 12.45h Real Club de Polo (ESP) – Club Egara (ESP)

M7 15.00h Wimbledon (ENG) – AH&BC Amsterdam (NED)

M8 17.15h MHC Oranje Zwart (NED) – Royal Leopold (BEL)


Sunday 27 March

M9 12.15h Winner M3 vs Winner M1 (KO8-3)

M10 14.30h Winner M4 vs Winner M2 (KO8-4)

Monday 28 March

M11 12.15h Winner M8 vs Winner M5 (KO8-1)

M12 14.30h Winner M7 vs Winner M6 (KO8-2)

Note: Match times and schedule subject to change due to the requirements of television or other factors as determined by EHL. KO16 = KNOCK OUT 16 (ROUND 2) KO8 = KNOCK OUT 8 (ROUND 3 / QUARTER FINALS)

Image Credit: Robert Van Der Horst with Marijke Fleuren lifting the European Cup, August 2015. (EHF/Frank Uijlenbroek. This image may not be reproduced without the explicit permission of the EHF or the photographer.)

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