Boga Tournament Bologna 2014
12/04/2014 - Bogasport Association asd and the largest Italian insurance agency, UNIPOL SAI ASSICURAZIONI, have drawn up together a three day insurance policy designed specifically for the tournament. This policy guarantees coverage to all participants at the events. Obviously, we hope no one will be needing it!
02/04/2014 - It is our pleasure to announce that BOGATOURNAMENT BOLOGNA 2014 has obtained sponsorship by the C.O.N.I (Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano) with protocol letter 190/14. This is an important recognition by one of the greatest authorities on the regulation and management of national sports. The Committee would like to reward the passion and hard work that we've all put in to realizing this wonderful event. But, that isn't all! We still have many surprises in store.
20/02/2014 - We are sorry to inform that the availability of house hosting services are terminated at the time. We are working to look for the others. Thank you!
- Within MARCH 17th, 2014 : one event € 75,00 - two events € 90,00
- A LATE FEE of € 10,00 will be added to any event for applications received between MARCH 18th and the final deadline of APRIL 30th, 2014.
Bank Transfer payment
For other forms of payment please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday's dinner and party: - players 20,00 € (to be paid in the process of accreditation)
We’d like to offer a few recommendations for your accommodation here in Bologna. They are all in the city center and are all within walking distance from the central train station and/or the bus stops to and from the Tennis Club. All of the lodgings also accept reservations through venere.com, booking.com and trivago.com.
James Thomas Kidd
Friday June 13th, 2014: from 9.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m.
Saturday June 14th, 2014: from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Sunday June 15th, 2014: from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
MS Open: max 8 players
MD Open: max 4 couples
MS A: max 14 players
MD A: max 7 couples
MS B: max 22 players
MD B: max 11 couples
MS C: max 32 players
MD C: max 16 couples
You can register in a maximum of two different events (single and/or doubles)
• All matches will be played on clay courts.
• The organisers reserve the right to change the number of players for each draw if necessary.
HOW TO GET TO THE TENNIS CLUB
To get to Castelmaggiore tennis club from Bologna’s bypass (“tangenziale”):
- from Casalecchio take exit number 5 (Lame) towards “Castelmaggiore centro”
- from San Lazzaro take exit “Castelmaggiore” towards “Castelmaggiore centro”. You’ll see the tennis club on your left as you get past the little town.
Public transport from Bologna center or Train Station to the Tennis Club:
- bus number 95, 97 (bus stop “Castelmaggiore Tranchina”) - € 2,10 or € 2,50 in bus;
- train (train stop "Castelmaggiore") - € 1,30;
Public transport from Bologna Airport to train station/center:
- BLQ bus - € 6,00
Tennis centre features:
• 11 illuminated clay courts, 6 of which covered by means of laminar wood roofing structures all year round
• Outdoor swimming pool (summertime only) Friday and Saturday free pass for all players with the chaise longue included
• TV lounge
• Free wi-fi
• Large park for sporting activities and relaxation
• Two wellness gyms: one with cardio-fitness equipment, the other for group exercise sessions and aerobics courses, indoor cycling, pilates and so on
• Bar and restaurant with typical regional cuisine and special price menus
• Wide parking area inside the centre capable of accommodating over 150 cars
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Tennis Club Castelmaggiore - Via O. Vancini 5 - Castelmaggiore (BO) - ITALY http://www.tenniscastelmaggiore.com/
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