WTT CUP FINALS 2021 EVENT GUIDE
Join us and be part of history at the first-ever WTT Cup Finals Singapore this December.
To ensure a smooth experience on the day of the event, please note the following.
Date: 4 - 7 December 2021
Venue: OCBC Arena
|Date||Event Name||Session||Doors Open Time||Event Start Time|
|4 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – R16||1||10:15||11:00|
|4 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – R16||2||13:45||14:30|
|4 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – R16||3||18:15||19:00|
|5 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – R16||4||10:15||11:00|
|5 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – R16||5||13:45||14:30|
|5 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – Quarterfinals||6||18:15||19:00|
|6 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – Quarterfinals||7||13:15||14:00|
|6 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – Semifinals||8||18:15||19:00|
|7 December 2021||2021 WTT Cup Finals – Finals||9||18:00||19:00|
Important Things To Note
- This is a vaccinated-only* event.
- Patrons who are not fully vaccinated will be required to undergo Pre-Event Testing (PET) at an MOH approved clinic at patron’s own cost (MOH-approved list).
- ART Self-Test kit will not be accepted as a form of PET.
- Tickets will not be sold to children aged below 6, and infants in arms won’t be permitted entry.
- Children aged 6 and above require a ticket to attend the game and must be accompanied by an adult.
- Seating will either be in pairs or individually with safe distancing around you in accordance with government guidelines.
- Food and beverages (F&B), including water, will not be sold, and cannot be brought into the OCBC Arena. The consumption of F&B including water is also not allowed in the venue in accordance with government guidelines. Please consume or discard your F&B prior to security screening.
Heading to the OCBC Arena on match day
- Before you make your way to the OCBC Arena, check that you have:
- An updated TT app for SafeEntry check-in or a working TraceTogether (TT) Token.
- A mobile device with call and internet service to access your valid PET results or vaccination status*.
- Valid negative PET result or exemption notice e.g COVID-19 antigen rapid test (ART) notice or polymerase chain reaction (PCR) notice, Patient Risk Profile Portal (PRPP) ART results slip. The full list of accepted documents can be found here.
- Please arrive at your designated entry time. If you miss it, you may have to wait a little longer but we will get you to your seat as swiftly as we can.
- Travel light as there are no bag deposits at this event. Please refrain from bringing your water bottle as consumption of water is not allowed in the venue in accordance with government guidelines.
- Take public transport as there will be a high volume of visitors and event-goers on match days. For public transport options, check out www.sportshub.com.sg/getting-here
For the safety, comfort and enjoyment of all patrons, do familiarise yourself with the OCBC Arena Conditions Of Entry.
When you are inside the OCBC Arena Hall
Help us keep this a safe event for all by observing these simple safe management measures:
- Wear your mask and event wristband (issued at entry) at all times.
- Stay within your designated seat and zone.
- Refrain from mingling and moving around during game time.
Do note that:
- Food and beverages (F&B), including water, will not be sold, and cannot be brought into the OCBC Arena. The consumption of F&B including water is also not allowed in the venue in accordance with government guidelines. Please consume or discard your F&B prior to security screening. Be sure to have a hearty meal before you enter OCBC Arena.
- Commercial photography and videography are not allowed.
If you need to step out of OCBC Arena Hall
- When a match is in play: Exit the same way as you entered.
- When a match is over: Please cooperate with our ground staff and take their guidance as we stagger exit timings to minimise crowding.
When re-entering the OCBC Arena Hall
- Full re-verification is required. Please refer to the section on “Heading to the OCBC Arena on match day” for information.
*An individual is considered vaccinated if he/ she has been:
- Fully vaccinated, i.e. has received the appropriate regimen of World Health Organisation Emergency Use Listing (WHO EUL) vaccines including their respective duration post-vaccination for the vaccine to be fully effective, and had their vaccination records ingested in MOH’s national IT systems.
- Recovered from COVID-19 within the last 270 days.
- Obtained a valid negative result on a PET test taken in the past 24 hours before the expected end of the event.
- Children who are below 12 years old.
- Certified to be medically ineligible for all vaccines under the National Vaccination Programme. A hard copy doctor-certified memo is needed for proof of verification.
Definitions will be in accordance with the latest guidance from the Ministry of Health (www.moh.gov.sg).