O'Sullivan, Selby to Star in Snooker Show in Sofia, Plovdiv in Autumn

Sports | March 31, 2016, Thursday // 14:06
Bulgaria: O'Sullivan, Selby to Star in Snooker Show in Sofia, Plovdiv in Autumn

Two of the greatest snooker players, Ronnie O'Sullivan and Mark Selby, will visit Bulgaria in the autumn to take part in the Eleven 30 Series snooker show.

The first show will take place in Sofia on September 30, followed by another one in Plovdiv on October 1.

Universiada hall will host the snooker show in the Bulgarian capital, while the recently renovated velodrome will be the venue in Plovdiv.

The shows are organised with the support of the municipalities of Sofia and Plovdiv.

The tickets for the show will go on sale in the network of Eventim (online at eventim.bg) on Friday, with the prices ranging between BGN 40 and BGN 100.

The organisers are preparing a lot of surprises for the spectators, which will be announced at a later stage.

Apart from the encounters in Sofia and Plovdiv, snooker fans will also be presented with three exhibition games in Varna, Burgas and Sozopol in the summer.

The names of the participants in the traditional show by the Black Sea coast will be confirmed after the end of the world snooker championship.

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