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Be Part Of Our Legacy – Name A Seat

22nd September 2016 By Munster Rugby

Be Part Of Our Legacy – Name A Seat

The Munster Rugby High Performance Centre marks a new era for the province as they hope to reap the rewards from their first ever single training base, a huge milestone for the province.

The Munster Rugby High Performance Centre marks a new era for the province as they hope to reap the rewards from their first ever single training base, a huge milestone for the province.

Located adjacent to the existing UL Arena and part of an overall €;15m construction, the centre includes world class training facilities for the Munster squad, including weight rooms, medical and physiotherapy treatment rooms, offices, audio visual suites, meeting rooms and a 65-seater auditorium. It will also house the Greencore Munster Academy and Domestic Game operations.

Munster Rugby are offering supporters an incredible opportunity to support your team in a personal, visible and timeless way – Name a Seat in the High Performance Centre auditorium.

Whether in your own name or as a gift for someone special, your donation will not only assist with the costs incurred by Munster Rugby in completing this project, but allow Munster Rugby to invest more in home grown talent and secure world class players and coaches.

For EUR1,200 (GBP1,000) your chosen name will be inscribed on a plaque fixed to your seat along with a message of your choice (maximum 30 characters). There, your support will be seen forever more, by the players and coaches as they gather for team meetings in the auditorium each day.

Now with one of Europe’s leading training facilities, join us as we embark on a new and exciting era for Munster Rugby!

*LIMITED AVAILABLITY*
For more information please contact Clare Rigney, phone 021-4323563 or email clarerigney@munsterrugby.ie

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