Oster
Turnier

15.-20.04.2019

Information: Terms of participation

Terms of Participation

The participation in the tournament BASKETBALL Vienna is at your own risk.

The organizer shall not assume liability for lost valuables, injuries and accidents. BASKETBALL WIEN has no general insurance, which covers accidents, illness, theft or any other damage. BASKETBALL Vienna is not obliged to refund the fees should the event be cancelled at short notice due to major force such as war, revolution or natural disasters, strikes or not foreseeable events.

Each team leader has to ensure that his players both on and off of the playing field are sufficiently insured. We point out to our participants and managers not to leave any valuables or money unattended!

Terms of payment

All payments have to be made in EURO by bank transfer. The registration fee for the all registered team must be transferred to the following accounts till February 22nd, 2019. All bank-transfer costs have to be paid by the teams!

Registration fee:

 

BIC                                                            GIBAATWWXXX

IBAN (International Bank Account Number)  AT142011129230019100

 

If you cancel your participation after February 22nd, 2019 the registration fee forfeits.

For changes (changing the age group, changing the number of teams) after March 1st, 2019 an additional handling fee of EURO 50,00 will be charged.

The amount for the guest cards can be transferred until March 15th, 2019 at the latest. Alternatively the amount can be paid in cash at the tournament office upon your arrival. All bank-transfer costs have to be paid by the teams!

Guest cards:

BIC                                                            GIBAATWWXXX

IBAN (International Bank Account Number)  AT842011129230019101

 

 

Security procedures

As security procedures at big events have become an increasingly important topic, the management team of our Easter tournament Basketball Wien Osterturnier, has decided to make small, but effective changes in terms of organization and the course of the event.

The following applies to Viennese teams as well!

  1. All players, coaches and other attendees have to register at the tournament’s office by bringing a residential registration form (name, date of birth, place of birth, passport number, team name). The residential registration forms can either be brought along to the check-in, or can be emailed to us in advance.

  2. According with this residential registration form, EACH tournament participant will receive a tournament pass, which can be used to gain entry to all tournament venues.

  3. Visitors/ Spectators can download a visitor's pass on our website. After filling out all important details, we will email you the pass immediately. This pass can then be shown in print or electronically (on your mobile telephone) at venue entrances. 

This tournament pass will be available in different types and will gain you entry to all tournament venues, which means all courts, accommodation schools, and also the main tournament venue Wiener Stadthalle. Furthermore, the tournament pass can contain – depending on the services you will book – a free sight-seeing tour, lodging (breakfast, lunch and dinner), a transport ticket for public transport and a tournament map.

So far, we have offered the following versions of our tournament pass: deluxe, regular and light. Since 2017, there is another modification called “PURE”. The pass “PURE” will be given to those, who have not claimed any services like accommodation or catering, and will be used as proof of being a tournament participant. Because of this, we would like to ask you to plan some time ahead for check-in to pick up your tournament passes.

Medical care

The organizer will not assume liability for injuries and accidents!

Each participant is responsible for their own insurance and medical treatment.

The European Health Insurance Card is valid in Austria of course. It is a free card that gives you access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during a temporary stay in any of the 28 EU countries, as well as Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, under the same conditions and at the same cost (free in some countries) as people insured in that country.

Cards are issued by your national health insurance provider.

Important – the European Health Insurance Card...

  • is not an alternative to travel insurance. It does not cover any private healthcare or costs such as a return flight to your home country or lost/stolen property.
  • does not cover your costs if you are travelling for the express purpose of obtaining medical treatment.
  • does not guarantee free services. As each country’s healthcare system is different. Services that cost nothing at home might not be free in another country.

Of course an emergency service for first aid is available at the main tournament hall.