Throw the Ball that Starts the Olimpia Milano EuroLeague Game
This is the chance for you to treat your child to an incredible experience when he/she throws the ball to start a EuroLeague game, alongside the Olimpia Milano basketball stars.
For the Children’s Game between A|X Armani Exchange Olimpia Milano and Anadolu Efes Istanbul, which will take place at 8.45pm on Thursday November 21, 2019 at Mediolanum Forum Assago in Italy, you will have the chance to treat your child (between 8 and 12 years of age) to a unique experience.
The program is as follows:
- Meeting two hours before the start of the game
- Access to the arena and brief training by the Olimpia Staff
- Watch the teams warming up from the parterre
- Throwing the ball: instead of the referees, the child will simulate the start of the match by throwing the ball into the air to the players
- Watch the game from seats near the basket
- Meet & Greet with players after the game
The experience also includes two tickets in the 'Promotion Sector' for two guardians and a parking pass. And the surprises do not end here: the auction winner will receive a EuroLeague t-shirt and Olimpia Milano shorts.
Photos and a video of the experience will be taken as a memento from this incredible day. The guardians will also receive a gift.
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