Tickets on sale for Great Britain games against Lithuania

Tickets are now on sale for Great Britain’s two international challenge games with Lithuania next year.

The two sides go head-to-head at Milton Keynes on Saturday, 14th April (7.00pm) before meeting the following day in Coventry’s Skydome Arena (5.15pm).

The matches are part of their preparations for the World Championship tournaments later that month.

GB will play in World Championship (Division 1A) and face hosts Hungary, along with Italy, Kazakhstan, Poland and Slovenia. Lithuania are hosting the Division 1B tournament in Kaunas.

GB won the most recent meeting between the two sides with a 5-2 victory on their way to promotion from Division 1B last season in Belfast, with Colin Shields, Jonathan Phillips, Evan Mosey, Robert Farmer and Ben O’Connor scoring the goals.

General manager Andy Buxton said: “We have had some great battles with Lithuania over the last few years and I’m sure these two games will be no different.

“It was a fantastic 2017 for GB with the unforgettable promotion in Belfast back to the second tier.

“The games against Lithuania will form part of an extensive training camp ahead of what will be a tough World Championship.

“This is a great chance to give the GB boys a special send-off ahead of the tournament in Hungary.”

Ticket Prices

Before 23.59 on Sunday, 8th April

Adult – £15
Under 16 – £8
16-18 – £11
Senior (60+) – £11
NUS Extra – £11
Family (2 adult/2 children) – £39

From 0.00 Monday, 9th April onwards

Adult – £18
Under 16 – £10
16-18 – £13
Senior (60+) – £13
NUS Extra – £13
Family (2 adult/2 children) – £47

To buy tickets for GB against Lithuania at Milton Keynes, visit the box office in person, log on to the website and click ‘Events’ or telephone 01908 540020. Away seating is in block nine.

To buy tickets for GB against Lithuania at the Skydome in Coventry, visit the box office in person, log on to the website and click ‘Ice Hockey Tickets’ or call 02476 630693. Away seating is in block eight.

(Image permission: Dean Woolley)