Ospreys bosses are encouraging fans to purchase tickets for Saturday's first home Magners League game of the season ahead of the game via the website or Ticket Hotline.
Ulster are the visitors, and with an afternoon and evening packed full of fun activities and entertainment for all the family at the Liberty Stadium ahead of the game, starting at 2.30pm when the Ospreys new broadcast partners, The Wave, kick off the action with a four hour broadcast live from the stadium, it makes sense to secure your tickets early so you can relax and enjoy the fun on the day without having to worry about queuing for tickets.
As well as the Wave Roadshow, there is a host of activities taking place to keep everyone entertained during the build up to the big match, with the Magners Supporters Village and Kidszone both opening for business at 4.30pm. With live music from This River, an exclusive £2 a pint offer between 4.30 and 5.30pm, giveaways from Worthington’s and the South Wales Evening Post, and the match-day season ticket holders draw for one lucky fan to win £200, there’s nowhere else to be ahead of the game on Saturday – except for the Kidszone, where children can test their skills on a range of rugby themed inflatables!
To make the most of the entertainment, make sure you get your tickets in advance, beating the pre-match rush and ensuring that Saturday is just about relaxing, soaking up the atmosphere, and enjoying the action as the Ospreys do battle with Ulster.
Ospreys captain Ryan Jones said:
“We can’t wait to run out in front of our fantastic supporters again on Saturday, for the first competitive match at the Liberty Stadium this season. We got off to a good start away to Connacht last weekend, and we’ll be looking to build on that against Ulster with a good performance to keep us at the right end of the table. It’s not going to be easy, Ulster are a good side, which is why we’d love to see the stands packed out with Ospreylians on Saturday, cheering us on. If we are going to be successful, we need to turn the Liberty Stadium into a fortress again, and to achieve that, we all have to do our bit. The Directors have done theirs with the season ticket offers and lining up some great match-day activities, as players we have to do ours on the pitch, and as fans, we want you to do yours in the stands. We’re all in this together so we have to work as a team if the Ospreys are to achieve our goals.”
Tickets are available to buy online now, 24 hours a day, or via the Ticket Hotline on 08700 400 004 and also, at the Liberty Stadium Ticket Office, between the hours of 10am and 6pm.