Spectator Information

The Swim England Water Polo National Age Group Championships are an absolute must-see for fans of water polo in England, Scotland and Wales.

The competition will see the very best water polo players in the country battling it out for pride, glory and the historic domestic titles.

When are the U17 & U19 finals?

The Swim England Water Polo National Age Group Championships (U17 & U19) 2020 finals will take place from 2 – 3 May 2020.

Where will the finals take place?

The finals are being held at the Basildon Sporting Village, Cranes Farm Road, Basildon, SS14 3GR.

How can I get tickets to the event?

Tickets will be available to purchase on the day of the event.

Type of ticketPrice
Adult Day£6.00
Concession Day£5.00
Adult Weekend Pass£9.50
Concession Weekend Pass£8.00

Where can I park?

Free car parking is available at Basildon Sporting Village.

Alternative ways of getting to the venue

Train and Buses:

  • Basildon train station is the nearest main line station, located 30 minutes’ walk away to the Basildon Sporting Village.
  • Bus numbers 10, 94 and 100 all stop in the business park next to Basildon Sporting Village.

Can I purchase food and drink at the venue?

A variety of food and drink is available to purchase at the cafe located at Basildon Sporting Village.

Where can I find information on the prelims and qualifers?

Head to the Schedule page for more information on the premlims and qualifers.

Follow us online

Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for the latest updates about the event or join the conversation by using the hashtag #SEWaterPolo

Can I take pictures?

Parents and carers of participants under the age of 18 who wish to take images are requested to focus on their own children as much as reasonably possible and to avoid including other children in images, particularly if those images are being shared with family and friends or through social media platforms.

Whilst it is acknowledged that parents/carers wish to celebrate the achievements of their own children when taking part in aquatic events, it should be recognised and respected that other parents/carers may not wish for their child’s image to be taken and shared in this way.

  • Click here to download our Filming and Photography Policy.

There is useful information about child welfare in the our Wavepower document.

Who do I contact with a question about the event?

View all the relevant contacts of this event on our Contacts page.

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