Joshua vs Klitschko tickets on sale this Friday (first batch) ahead of what could be one of the biggest heavyweight fights of 2017.
It’s one of those fights that had instant appeal to fans, you just can’t beat a good heavyweight title fight. Both men are very well known to the general public which always adds to the buzz and occasion in these type of super-fights.
When it was confirmed that the December 10th initial date for the fight would not go ahead, there was genuine disappointment expressed online from fans.
A feeling of so close but yet so far came to mind.
But good news has come in the form of an official ticket announcement ahead of the mega fight at Wembley Stadium on April 29th, 2017.
Now that Joshua has come through his fight with Eric Molina with the win – here is the official Klitschko ticket announcement via his promoters Matchroom:
Joshua vs Klitschko tickets on sale at the following prices:
£40, £60, £80, £100, £150, £200, £400, £800 and £2,000 VIP plus booking fees.
There will be two periods of ticket sales for the fight and bus deals will be made available. The first round of tickets on sale from Friday Dec 16th:
Tickets will be available from midday on Friday December 16 to Club Wembley members who can buy tickets and overall packages via the Club Wembley site or by calling 0800 743 1440 (UK number).
Tickets go on sale at midday (UK time) on Monday Dec 19 to Matchroom Fight Pass members via www.stubhub.co.uk.
Bus packages go on sale at midday (UK time) on Mon Dec 19th by calling 0844 871 8808 or via http://www.seetickets.com with different collection and drop off locations available.
Tickets go on official general sale to the general public at midday (UK time) on Tue Dec 20th via www.stubhub.co.uk or https://events.wembleystadium.com.
For accessible tickets Matchroom have said to phone Wembley Stadium on 0800 169 2007 (UK number) and then select option 7.
A second round of tickets will then finally go on sale on Mon Jan 16th 2017 via StubHub.
It has also been confirmed that a total minimum number of tickets for the event that will be on sale will be at least 90,000, but should demand for the event exceed that I would not be surprised if the events organisers try to get 10,000 more to bring it up to 100,000.