The International Swimming League is pleased to announce the launch of ticket sales for the ISL Season 3 Regular Season taking place from 26 August to 30 September in Naples, Italy – the most important sporting event to be held in the Campania region in 2021.

Aqua Centurions Federica Pellegrini, who has decided to continue swimming in the ISL following the Tokyo Olympics, will be a big draw for Italian swim fans at the renovated Felice Scandone Pool.

Other stars set to feature include Cali Condors’ Caeleb Dressel, world record holder in the 100m butterfly and winner of seven golds at the 2017 World Championships in Budapest, and Lilly King, Olympic Champion in the 100m breaststroke.

Energy Standard’s 16-year-old Benedetta Pilato, world record holder in the 50m breaststroke, and Sarah Sjöström of Sweden, with six world records, gold at the Rio Games in the 100m butterfly, silver in the 200m freestyle and bronze in the 100m freestyle, will also be competing along with Team Iron’s Hungarian legend Katinka Hosszu.

There will be 320 international athletes from more than 50 countries – with over 150 Olympic and world medals between them – competing for the 10 Clubs in the innovative ISL team format. All races will take place on Thursday and Friday from 20:00 to 22:00 and on Saturday and Sunday from 18:00 to 20:00. Fans are able to choose tickets valid for individual events or mini subscriptions starting from two days’ matches to full subscriptions for all matches. The 500 tickets available for each match day, limited to be in compliance with health protocols in force, will be on sale exclusively online and seats will be spaced out according to the latest Covid-related rules and regulations.

In order to be able to access the venue in conditions of total safety and make the most of the sports show, spectators will be required to comply with certain rules. Anyone subject to a “quarantine” measure, who comes from risk areas according to WHO guidelines, is required to isolate, or has come into contact with people who have tested positive for coronavirus or has potentially been infected by the virus in the previous 14 days, will not be able to enter the venue. Further information will be communicated as determined at government level, also regarding “green pass” use (EU digital COVID certificate). In addition, each person who will access the venue will be subjected to body temperature control in compliance with the processing of personal data and in such a way as to guarantee respect for confidentiality. Spectators will not be able to enter the venue if they have a fever (over 37.5 °) or have other flu symptoms.

Ticket prices range from 10 euros up to 40 euros for the most exclusive positions.

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ABOUT THE ISL: The International Swimming League is a global professional swimming competition with competing teams from Europe (Italy-based Aqua Centurions, France-based Energy Standard, Hungary-based Iron, and London Roar), North America (Cali Condors, DC Trident, LA Current, NY Breakers and Toronto Titans), and Asia (Tokyo Frog Kings).

ISL Season 3 will take place in three phases, with Naples, Italy, first playing host to the 10 ISL clubs in a five-week regular season from 26 August to 30 September. This will be followed by a Play-off phase of three weeks in November, which will bring together the top eight ISL Clubs to compete for a spot in the ISL Final. The ISL Grand Final is set to take place at the end of December or early January 2022, when the ISL Champions will be crowned.

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RESULTS: The results of Season 2020 can be accessed here.