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Ticket Update | Over 22,000 Tickets Sold For St Stephen’s Day

25th November 2021 By The Editor

There are four big games coming up at Thomond Park.

There are four big games coming up at Thomond Park. Inpho

Over 22,000 tickets have now been sold for Munster’s St Stephen’s Day Interpro against Leinster at Thomond Park.

Over 22,000 tickets have now been sold for Munster’s St Stephen’s Day Interpro against Leinster at Thomond Park.

You can buy Munster v Leinster tickets here. There are a handful of Stand tickets with the remaining tickets available in the North and South Terraces.

Munster’s next home game is in the Champions Cup on Saturday, December 18, as Castres visit Limerick with our biggest attendance of the season so far set to attend.

You can buy Munster v Castres tickets here.

Munster take on Ulster in the first Interpro derby of 2022 at Thomond Park on Saturday, January 8, with family packs of four tickets (two adults & two juniors) available for just €40.

Buy Munster v Ulster tickets here.

The Champions Cup Pool stage will be completed in January as Wasps visit Limerick for a heavyweight European encounter.

Buy tickets to see Munster v Wasps here.

Tickets

Saturday, December 18

Champions Cup: Munster v Castres Olympique, Thomond Park, 8pm; Buy tickets here

Sunday, December 26

URC: Munster v Leinster, Thomond Park, 7.35pm; Buy tickets hereLimited Availability

Saturday, January 8

URC: Munster v Ulster, Thomond Park, 7.35pm; Buy tickets here

Sunday, January 23

Champions Cup: Munster v Wasps, Thomond Park, 3.15pm; Buy tickets here

Hospitality

Hospitality packages for all games are available with full details here.

For more information and booking enquiries, please contact our Business Development Executive Craig Power either by phone, 085 2540516, or email, craigpower@munsterrugby.ie.

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