Dates to remember

 

February 28th 2017 : Revealing the official logo and competition venues
June 2017 : Volunteers recruitment campaign
June 2017 : Ticketing opening
July 2017 : Announcement of participating nations
November 2017 : Closing date for announcing the teams line-ups 
November 26th 2017 : Opening ceremony
November 26th - December 3rd 2017: Competition

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World squash elite will gather in Marseille from November 26th to December 3rd 2017. The European Sport Capital will welcome the Men's World Team Championship. This event, held every two years since 1967, will enjoy its 25th edition. 

The best nations around the world will clash within Marseille's scenery. You will be able to follow this event in two venues, both equipped with glass-courts.

  • The salle Vallier, provided with 1,000 seats, will host most of the quarter-finals, the semi-finals and the final.
  • The Modern’Squash will host part of the group phase and final stage as well as most of the ranking matches.

Among the favourites, Egypt and England  will be competing as well as France. Come and enjoy the world's best players and experience a spectacular event! 

Ticketing Offer

For now, ticketing prices only concern matches happening in the Salle Vallier venue (round of sixteen, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final).

PRICES - SALLE VALLIER

 

DISCOUNTS

  • "Youth" rate (- 12 years old*) : -40%
  • "Group" rate (10 people and more) : -10%

WARNING : Those offers cannot be combined with other reductions or packages. Offer is invalid on seats costing 5€ or less.

*Supporting documents for proof of age will be asked for on the spot and the birth date will be required for reservation. Without those documents, a supplement could be asked for to access the stands. 

A high-level international competition

Squash gathers 40 million players around the world dispatched in 148 countries 
Around 380 professional tournaments are held on the circuit.
In Marseille, 24 nations are expected with the 100 world's best players. 
Among the favourites, Egypt is probably the most anticipated with its icons Mohamed ElShorbagy – ex-World Number 1 – and Ramy Ashour – multiple-time world champion. 
To overthrow the Egyptian nation, England, the defending champion, will undoubtedly rise to the challenge, as well as France.