The excitement begins at the Cevat Soydaş Basketball Tournament, which will be hosted by TOFAŞ, one of the ING Basketball Super League teams, as part of the preparations for the 2021-2022 season. In the tournament, which will be held for the 21st time this season, the matches will be played at Nilüfer TOFAŞ Sports Hall between 15-18 September 2021. In addition to TOFAŞ, Fenerbahçe Beko, Galatasaray NEF, Türk Telekom, Bahçeşehir College and Gaziantep Basketball teams will participate in the organization, which is traditionally held every pre-season in memory of Cevat Soydaş, a former national basketball player who lost his life in 2001 as a result of a traffic accident. While the ticket sales of the preparatory tournament will be carried out on Biletix.com, the ticket sales will continue at the Nilüfer TOFAŞ Sports Hall ticket office during the tournament. Ticket sales will be made on a daily basis for all four days of the tournament, and there will be no ticket sales for matches. In addition, all matches in the tournament will be broadcast live on Tofaş Sports Club Youtube page. For ticket sales: https://www.biletix.com/letme-grup/279351523/TURKIYE/tr For tournament booklet: http://tofasspor.com/images/dosya_yoneticisi/kitapcik/kitap.pdf For live broadcast: https: //www.youtube.com/tofa%C5%9Fsporkulubu1974 WHO IS CEVAT SOYDAS? Former national basketball player Cevat Soydaş showed the success of wearing the national jersey 38 times in his 19 years of active basketball life, which started in Güllükspor, one of the amateur teams of Eskişehir, and ended in Paşabahçe. Soydaş played for Eskişehir Güllük, MKE Ankaragücü, Eczacıbaşı, TOFAŞ, OYAK Renault and Paşabahçe teams, respectively, and coached at OYAK Renault and Bursa Belediyespor. Soydas, who wore TOFAŞ uniform for 9 seasons between 1975-84, is the 5th player in the history of Tofaş with 221 matches, and the 2nd player to score the most points after Murat Konuk with 3498 points. Cevat Soydaş passed away in a traffic accident on August 2, 2001. GROUP A: TOFAŞ, GAZIANTEP BASKETBALL, GALATASARAY NEF GROUP B: FENERBAHÇE BEKO, TÜRK TELEKOM, BAHÇEŞEHİR COLLEGE MATCH PROGRAM, 15 SEPTEMBER WEDNESDAY 16:00 TÜRK TELEKOM-BAHÇEŞEHANT-PERBAŞA 16:00 TÜRK TELEKOM 19:00 GALATASARAY NEF-TOFAŞ 17 SEPTEMBER FRIDAY 16:00 BAHÇEŞEHİR COLLEGE-FENERBAHÇE BEKO 19:00 GAZİANTEP BASKETBALL-GALATASARAY NEF 18 SEPTEMBER SATURDAY 12:00 3rd A GROUP-B GROUP 15:00 GROUP A 2.’GROUP B-GROUP B 2.’18:00 GROUP A 1.’GROUP B-GROUP B 1. AUDIENCE INFORMATION 21. Cevat Soydaş Basketball Tournament Ticket Prices and Nilüfer TOFAŞ Sports Hall Ticket Office Working Hours: 1 Day: 25 ₺ (15 September 2021 – Wednesday l 14.00 – 19.30) Day 2: 25 ₺ (16 September 2021 – Thursday l 14.00 – 19.30) Day 3: 25 ₺ (17 September 2021 – Friday l 14.00 – 19.30) Final Day: 35 ₺ (September 18, 2021 – Saturday l 10.00 – 18.30) During the tournament, tickets will not be sold for in-field and pull-out stands, these sections will not be used. will be closed. In accordance with the Covid-19 measures protocol announced by the Turkish Basketball Federation, the halls will be open to fans with 50% capacity in the 2021-2022 season. Those who have completed the vaccination calendar to watch the competitions will be taken to the hall as spectators for 180 days starting from the 14th day following the last vaccination date. People who have had covid-19 and have completed their isolation process will be taken to the hall as a spectator for 180 days. Persons who have completed the age of 12 and have not yet been included in the vaccine age group determined by the Ministry of Health will be admitted to the hall, provided that they have a PCR test at most 48 hours before the competition and the test result is negative. Tickets will not be sold to people who do not comply with the above-mentioned conditions, including those who will watch the matches from the side of the field. At the entrance of the audience to the hall, along with the ticket control, vaccination card and hes code control will also be made. All of the spectators who will watch the match in the stands and on the side of the field must wear masks in accordance with the intended use. The measures taken for distance and hygiene will continue with the same care.