A hundred days until these unique World Championships

From 14 to 20 October, the iconic frontons of the Vall d’Hebron Municipal Olympic Sports Centre will play host to the Basque Pelota World Championships 2018, a major event that will bring together the world’s 14 best national pelota teams for the first time in...

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Tickets go on sale for World Championships

Tickets have already gone on sale for the Basque Pelota World Championships Barcelona 2018 to see the world’s best Basque pelota players in action, when they meet in the Catalan capital from 14 to 20 October at the recently renovated, iconic Vall d’Hebron frontons,...

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Barcelona set to welcome world elite in Basque pelota

Barcelona has begun the countdown to experience a first-class sports event. The Catalan capital is ready to kick off the 18th Basque Pelota World Championships Barcelona 2018, a one-week tournament that will bring together the world’s best Basque pelota players and...

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Basque pelota in Barcelona schools

More than 1,000 children and youngsters from schools and colleges in Barcelona have been initiated in the practice of this sports discipline during the 2017-18 academic year as part of the municipal sports programme during school hours entitled ‘L’escola fa esport a...

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CCMA: Host Broadcaster of World Championships

The Basque Pelota World Championships Barcelona 2018 will have a magnificent partner to reach all homes after the Catalan Broadcasting Corporation (CCMA) and Catalan Federation of Basque Pelota (FCP) reached an agreement on the Championship’s Host Broadcaster. The...

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Barcelona City Council promotes Basque pelota in schools

On the occasion of the celebration of the World Championships this coming October, Barcelona City Council has launched a programme entitled “L’escola fa esport a la ciutat” (Schools play sport in the city) to promote Basque pelota sports throughout all institutes and...

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World’s 14 best teams are set to compete in Barcelona

Barcelona will become the world capital of Basque pelota with the staging of the World Championships, which will bring together today’s 14 best national teams. Heading the rankings are such strong teams as Mexico, France or Spain, all of which qualified through the...

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