Delhi Waveriders offer 2000 complimentary tickets for home matches

Updated: 16 January 2013 17:25 IST

Commenting on the development, Amar Sinha, CEO, Delhi Waveriders said, "We would like to thank and express our gratitude to the city by keeping alive the city's enthusiasm and support, offering 2000 complimentary tickets at the counter, for all the home matches. People can come and collect tickets on a first-cum-first-serve basis before the start of the match.

Delhi Waveriders offer 2000 complimentary tickets for home matches
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New Delhi:

City hockey aficionados have a reason to cheer about as 2000 complimentary tickets will be on offer for all the home matches of the Delhi Waveriders in the ongoing Hockey India League (HIL).

The tickets will be issued on a first-cum-first serve basis before the start of the match at the Waveriders counter at Major Dhyanchand National stadium here.

Commenting on the development, Amar Sinha, CEO, Delhi Waveriders said, "We would like to thank and express our gratitude to the city by keeping alive the city's enthusiasm and support, offering 2000 complimentary tickets at the counter, for all the home matches. People can come and collect tickets on a first-cum-first-serve basis before the start of the match.

"We are confident that the city will rumble the stadium with hoots and shouts, cheering Delhi WAVERIDERS, cherishing every sweep, hit and pass and be a part of our victory!" he said.

Sinha said the vision of Delhi Waveriders was to reignite the love and passion for our national sport at the grassroot level.

"Our campaign Live Hockey, Love Hockey was a part of this philosophy inviting the city of Delhi to witness the spirit and speed of Hockey. The fervent response to our first match wherein the city was invited to come and be a part of the game was immensely heartwarming with over 9500 people turning in to support their team," he added.

Topics : Hockey Hockey India League
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