Prepare yourself for an action packed October with three big games at the Liberty Stadium, kicking off with the first Welsh derby of the Guinness PRO12 season, against Cardiff Blues.
With both the Ospreys and the Blues boasting a 100 per cent record after three rounds of action, the two Welsh regions are the talk of the PRO12, with things building nicely for the big Round 6 clash on Friday 7th October, KO 7.35pm.
The big games keep coming and just a week later, on Friday 14th October, Newcastle Falcons from the Aviva Premiership are first time visitors to the Liberty as the Ospreys kick off their European Rugby Challenge Cup campaign. This game is NOT televised and the only way you will be able to watch the game is in person at the home of the Ospreys. Kick off is at 7.05pm.
We are back at the Liberty two weekends after that, for a second Welsh derby, against Newport Gwent Dragons at 3pm on Saturday 29th October.
Tickets for all three games are available to buy now at the Liberty Stadium Ticket Office and online at www.ospreysrugby.com/buytickets
Also currently on sale are:
Friday 2nd December, 7.35pm KO: Ospreys v Edinburgh
Saturday 17th December, 3.00pm KO: Ospreys v Grenoble (Not televised)
Tuesday 27th December, 3.00pm KO: Ospreys v Scarlets
Prices have been frozen once again all areas of the Liberty Stadium, and the majority of adult supporters purchasing Ospreys tickets on a match-by-match basis will pay just £20 for their ticket, the eighth consecutive season that prices in standard seating areas have been kept at that price. Seniors and Students/Young Adults pay £15, with U16 tickets just £5.
Premium seating areas are also frozen at last year’s price, with adult tickets priced at £25, Seniors, Students and Young Adults £20 and U16s £15.