Visitor Information:

In a few days, the ballpark in Most is about to be put to a serious test. There will be hundreds of people. Participants, organizers, volunteers and mainly the fans - all these people will have to abide by some basic rules in order for this prestigious tournament to be a success. In this article, you will learn everything you will need to know before tickets will be checked at entrance.


Tickets for the European Championship can be bought directly at the entrance to the ballpark. Day tickets cost EUR 2 (CZK 50), afternoon tickets can be obtained for EUR 1.2 (CZK 30). Children under 10 years of age get free entry. The price of the ticket includes a free drink.


Purchasing the ticket guarantees you entry into the ballpark; however, it does not guarantee you a place to sit in the stands. The number of seats is limited, and in the case of attractive match-ups, there may not be enough seats for everyone. Those who come early enough will have the opportunity to take the best seats. We therefore recommend that all fans who want to get a good view of the game come some time before the start of the game they wish to watch. Some seats will be reserved for organizers, participating teams and journalist.

There are 198 seats in the main stands, and 50 more on the bleachers. Visitors can also watch games from behind the fences around the field. Holders of regular tickets will be allowed entry to all areas with the exception of places reserved for organizers, the press and teams and dignitaries.

Refreshment and Merchandising

Refreshment can be purchased in the ballpark. There will be seating at both stalls that offer a variety of refreshments. Apart from food and drink, you will be able to purchase memorabilia with the motifs of the European Championship and fan merchandise with the logo of Czech Softball.


A strict ban on smoking will be in effect at the ballpark during the course of the European Championship, with the exception of designated smoking areas. Please be considerate of other visitors, children and player at the ballpark.

Accompanying Program, Children and Dogs

Games will be accompanied with music and live commentary, and there will be competitions for fans during evening games. Children can take part in skills competitions, or hang out in the kids‘ corner. On July 16 the summer pitchers‘ and catchers‘ camp will be held at the ballpark by the Czech Softball Association. An afterparty will be thrown after the Wednesday and Saturday games. Supervised dogs are allowed entry to the ballpark.

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