Eagles at Plymouth will be Live Streamed
Eastbourne supporters wishing to travel to Plymouth on Tuesday night (September 8) for the three-team tournament are advised that only a few tickets remain.
It is expected the “house full” signs will go up at the weekend for the match between the Plymouth Gladiators, the Isle of Wight Warriors and an Eastbourne HG Aerospace NDL Select Team.
If you wish to go to Plymouth for the match, which starts at 7pm, the advice is buy now.
Tickets can be purchased by the online ticketing link on the Plymouth Speedway website at www.plymouth-speedway.com
Live stream will be available
The Directors and Management of Plymouth Speedway have announced that the match will also be available for LIVE STREAMING for those unable to attend in person on the night.
Plymouth Speedway media consultant Gerry Sims, via his Blumonkey Media Company creation The Speedway Chat Show, will Live Stream the event on Tuesday night featuring all 15 heats, plus a specially sponsored “Dash for The Cash” 16th heat sponsored by Danish based GP Speedway Spares supplier, KL Support.
Sims co-hosts The Speedway Chatshow on Facebook with Aussie legend “The Sydney Lip”, Shane Childs.
Plymouth Gladiators Speedway are delighted to launch this exciting innovation for the three-team tournament and Speedway supporters from around the globe can find out more and enrol to watch the racing in full by visiting “The Speedway Chat Show” on Facebook here, and then clicking on the Events tab, and following the simple booking Instructions.
A small fee of less than £4.00 will give access to all 16 races (Live and available to watch at any time after the event) and also interviews and further features during the evening.
Plymouth Managing Director and Promoter Mark Phillips said: “We can’t wait for Tuesday night.
“Fingers crossed the weather looks set fair, with a capacity crowd under Covid-19 regulations expected.
“We have some outstanding NDL and young British talent on show, and to cap it all a real game changer, with the Live Streaming courtesy of The Speedway Chat Show.
“We have bold ambitions for the future of Speedway and our stadium facilities to showcase Devon and the South West.
“We look forward to putting our marker down on Tuesday night.”
Arlington update soon
Eastbourne management hope to have an update in the next few weeks on options for the return of Speedway at Arlington in 2020, following completion of some major refurbishment works at the Stadium and the final preparation of the complex with necessary Covid-19 documentation for local authority and BSPL/SCB approval.
Main image credit: Mike Hinves