Tickets are now on sale for the final game of the TikTok Women’s Six Nations, which sees Ireland face Scotland on Saturday 30 April at Kingspan Stadium (8pm kick-off).
This will be the first time Kingspan Stadium will host a full international fixture since the record-breaking 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup Final.
Tickets, priced from just £10 for adults and £5 for juniors are available to purchase now at ticketmaster.ie.
Ulster Rugby and the IRFU will also be communicating directly with affiliated clubs and schools with details of group package discounts and bus subsidies.
For those who would like to enjoy the evening in style, an informal hospitality option is available in the A&L Goodbody Premium Lounge, priced at just £30pp. For more information on hospitality options, contact [email protected].
Ireland’s Six Nations Fixtures
Ireland Women, under new Head Coach Greg McWilliams, will get their 2022 campaign underway against Wales on 26 March (kick-off 4.45pm) at the RDS Arena in Dublin, where almost 3,000 fans supported the team during their recent Autumn Test win over Japan.
Ireland will then travel to France for Round 2 on 2 April, before their second home game of the 2022 Championship, against Italy, is played at Munster Rugby’s Musgrave Park on 10 April (kick-off 5pm). The Cork venue has been successfully hosting the Ireland Under-20s since 2019.
The penultimate weekend sees Ireland travel to play England on Sunday 24 April (kick-off 12 noon), before the final home game of the 2022 Six Nations, against Scotland, is staged at the home of Ulster Rugby, Kingspan Stadium, on Saturday 30 April.
Ulster Rugby CEO, Jonny Petrie, said:
“We are delighted that tickets are now on sale for what I’m sure will be a hugely exciting and competitive final home fixture for the Ireland Women’s team against Scotland.
“Hosting the the TikTok Women’s Six Nations is a fantastic way for us to showcase the women’s game here in Ulster, and we hope it helps inspire the next generation to follow in the footsteps of their Ulster and Ireland heroes.”