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Tickets available for Sainsbury's 2014 School Games Finals in Manchester

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Tickets for the Sainsbury's 2014 School Games Finals that take place in Manchester from September 4-7 are now available online.

The Sainsbury's 2014 School Games Finals are a major multi sport event for elite young people and this year there will be over 1,600 of the country’s best young athletes competing across 12 sports in iconic venues such as the National Cycling Centre and Phones 4u Arena.

For a limited time only, tickets are available to all schools that are registered with the Sainsbury's School Games by Clicking Here.

Free tickets are available for all 12 sports across every competition day. 

Tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis. 

All schools registered for the Sainsbury's School Games have been emailed with an exclusive discount code to receive 100% discount on ticket prices.

"Manchester is a city famed for its passion for sport and I am sure it will host a fantastic Sainsbury's 2014 School Games,” said Minister for Sport Helen Grant. 

"It will give our young sporting talent a real platform to shine as well as encouraging volunteering. 

"I am sure the venues will be packed out and the city will give competitors from right across the country a warm welcome."

Over 10,000 spectators are expected in Manchester to watch competition in athletics, badminton, cycling, fencing, gymnastics, hockey, judo, rugby 7's, swimming, table tennis, volleyball and wheelchair basketball. 

Of the 1,600 competing athletes, over 200 will be competing in disability events in six of the sports.
Alongside the competitors at the event this year, there will be over 400 volunteers supporting the venues, many of which will be young people.

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