Ticket Update | Gloucester & Glasgow Visit Thomond Park
16th October 2018 By The Editor
Munster have two home games coming up at Thomond Park over the next 12 days with Gloucester visiting in the Champions Cup this Saturday and Glasgow Warriors in the Guinness PRO14 next Saturday.
Tickets for both games are available online here.
The ticket offices at both Thomond Park and Irish Independent Park are open from 10am to 5pm, Monday – Friday. Due to the extra demand for Munster v Gloucester tickets, the Thomond Park Ticket Office will stay open until 7pm on Thursday and Friday along with opening at 9am on matchday.
European rugby returns to Thomond Park this weekend as Munster host old rivals Gloucester in the Heineken Champions Cup (1pm). Tickets from just €20 are on sale now here.
Conference A leaders Glasgow have made a flying start to the season and visit Thomond Park on Saturday, October 27, in the Guinness PRO14 (5.15pm). Tickets from just €20 are on sale now here.
Champions Cup: Munster v Gloucester – Thomond Park, Saturday, October 20 (1pm)
Premiership side Gloucester are top quality opposition and lead Pool 2 of the Champions Cup following the opening round having defeated French champions Castres Olympique 19-14 last weekend.
Gloucester are led by Director of Rugby and former Ireland international David Humphreys and Head Coach Johan Ackermann, a former Springbok.
A bright start to their domestic campaign has seen Gloucester establish themselves in the top four of the Premiership with in-form out-half Danny Cipriani voted the league’s Player of the Month for September.
The Gloucester squad also includes a former Munster man with Gerbrandt Grobler scoring one try in four appearances since making the move from Limerick to Gloucester over the summer.
Guinness PRO14: Munster v Glasgow Warriors – Thomond Park, Saturday, October 27 (5.15pm)
Dave Rennie’s Glasgow have made a flying start to the season with five wins from six to top Conference A of the PRO14.
That strong start included a win over Munster at Scotstoun as the Warriors emerged with a 25-10 victory thanks to a very strong first 40 in Glasgow.