All You Need To Know – Bees vs Wildcats 13/10/19

It’s just a single game this weekend for the TSI World Bracknell Bees as they entertain Swindon Wildcats at the Hive.

Tonight’s game is proudly sponsored Mitchell Stead.

Here’s what you need to know

Doors open 4.45pm
Face-off 5.30pm

Tickets

Adult £13.50
Concession / Young Adult / Student £10.00
Junior £4.00
Family 2+1 £28.50
Family 2+2 £31.00
Family 2+3 £33.50
Family 1+2 £18.00

This game is part of the season ticket package..

Bar and Cafe

Both the bar and Cafe will be open throughout the evening

Match-night Programme

Grab your scoresheet at the Hive tonight

Competitions

Shot On Goal – This week’s prize is up to £150

Tickets will be on sale for the 50/50 with a cash prize.

Shirt Off The Players Back – Buy your tickets and listen out for the winning number announcement and Vanya Antonov could be presenting you with his game worn jersey on the ice after the game.

Chuck A Puck – Pucks will be on sale and the closest puck to the centre spot will win a two roast dinners and a bottle of wine from The Tavern in Wokingham.

Chuck A Duck – Ducks will also be on sale with the winner winning a bag of sweets sponsored by Design By Detail.

Merchandise

Visit the Bees Supporters Club shop for all your Bees merchandise.  Both white and black jerseys are now available to purchase or order customised with your favourite player’s name and number.  Don’t forget you can now order replicas of the lilac charity jerseys the Bees are wearing this morning with a donation from each sale going to the Royal Marsden Hospital.

Travel

The M4 has speed restrictions continuing on the M4 motorway due to the Smart Motorway upgrade works. Please allow extra time when planning your journey by car. 

Coverage

Tonight’s game will be covered by Bees Radio Network accessible for free via our website.  Don’t forget you can support Bees Radio Network on Patreon by making a montly donation.  Patreons donating $6 or more per month will receive the weekly podcast as a thanks for your support.

See you tonight. #WeAreBees