The safety and comfort of all of our guests is of paramount importance to the Wolves and University; following a high number of complaints and recent incidents (that have included drinks being knocked over and seated spectators being hit with basketballs), spectator basketballs will no longer be permitted within the arena hall on match nights.

Anyone bringing basketballs into the arena on game nights, will need to leave these behind the reception desk until the end of the match (staff are on hand to label and store the balls until the end of the game).

Basketballs will still be available for sale in the club shop and anyone purchasing a basketball will be able to collect on their way out of the building.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

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