Guinness PRO14 Final Set For Aviva
23rd August 2017 By The Editor
Tickets for the Guinness PRO14 Final on May 26, 2018 are now on sale now at www.ticketmaster.ie after Dublin’s Aviva Stadium was chosen as the venue for the Championship decider.
The Guinness PRO14 Final returns to Aviva Stadium where, last May, Munster supporters created a Sea of Red in a record-breaking crowd of 45,566, and while Scarlets were deserved winners on the day, Munster will hope to go one better this time around.
Once again Early Bird prices will be available via www.ticketmaster.ie with supporters able to save up to 20% on selected categories while tickets start at €30 for adults and €5 for children.
Martin Anayi, CEO of PRO14 Rugby, commented, “The Aviva Stadium is a world-class arena and that is one of the top-ranking criteria when it comes to deciding upon the venue for our showpiece game.
“With our expansion into South Africa and the inclusion of the Toyota Cheetahs and Southern Kings we’ve also increased the size of the Guinness PRO14 Final Series which gives six teams the opportunity to reach the knock-out stages.
“For fans that means greater opportunities for their teams to reach the Guinness PRO14 Final in Dublin and experience the Test-level standards and drama that knock-out rugby produces.
“After the success in BT Murrayfield in 2016, we saw another record attendance in Dublin for the 2017 Guinness PRO12 Final – now our goal is to beat that figure of 45,566 who bought tickets for last season’s decider.
“Dublin is a fantastic venue for rugby supporters who are used to coming here in the Six Nations while it is also the home of our title sponsors, Guinness, who are really excited at playing hosts for the thousands and thousands of passionate fans who will descend on Dublin on May 26.”
Be There From The Start
Tickets are now on sale for Munster’s opening games of the season in Cork and Limerick.
In Round 1, Rassie Erasmus’ men face Treviso under Friday Night Lights at Irish Independent on September 1st, while the following Saturday at Thomond Park, Munster host South African opposition, The Cheetahs, for the first time in the newly expanded Guinness PRO14.