We are excited to reveal that our 2023 season tickets are now on sale!
With the new season and new home venue comes a new ticketing system. This season, we have partnered with the ethical ticketing company TicketPass. TicketPass provides an ethical alternative to the ticketing industry that is an all-in-one solution for creating events, buying and selling tickets, live streaming and keeping events a safe space. Through this new ticketing platform, we can support Celtic Dragons partner charities, by allowing us to donate a percentage of our ticket sales.
It was great being back to a packed Sport Wales last season after covid-19 saw the squad play in a centralised venue, but this season will be bigger and better than ever before! With nine exciting home fixtures and a brand-new home venue, we can’t wait to welcome our Green Army to House of Sport for our first home match of the season on Monday 20th February against Team Bath.
No less than four days later, we return to House of Sport to face Severn Stars, who we beat twice last season. The following month sees the clash of the Celts where we face Strathclyde Sirens in what will be an exciting fixture. We then face the 2022 reigning champions Manchester Thunder and 2021 winners Loughborough Lightning in what will be two intense fixtures.
After a close round 2 encounter against Saracens Mavericks, and a 1-goal loss to Surrey Storm in our home venue last season, our round 14 and 17 matches will certainly be ones to watch. We come up against London Pulse is our penultimate home game and see Leeds Rhino’s in our final home game and final match of the 2023 season. With one win and one loss each last season, it’s all to play for.
To see a full list of our 2023 NSL fixtures, click this link – 2023 NSL Fixtures.
To purchase your season ticket, click the TicketPass link below.
If you have any issues or queries with Celtic Dragons tickets, please contact Ellis Williams (Projects & Partnerships Officer)– [email protected]