IRB Junior World Championship tickets are now on sale to personal callers at all four matches venues "â¬" the Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Cardiff Arms Park, Newport's Rodney Parade and The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham.
IRB Junior World Championship tickets are now on sale to personal callers at all four match venues - Swansea's Liberty Stadium, Cardiff Arms Park, Newport's Rodney Parade, and The Racecourse Ground, Wrexham.
Tickets are also available online at http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/, and on the phone at 08705 582582 but families and individuals around Wales can now call into their local match venue to pick up their tickets for the tournament in person (Note: the Liberty Stadium Ticket Office are ONLY selling tickets for matches to be held here at the Liberty Stadium. We are unable to sell match tickets for game held at other venues. Tickets can also be ordered via the Liberty Stadium Hotline on 08700 400004).
The best 16 internationals sides at Under 20 level will begin their quest for glory next week (June 6) with match action taking place in Cardiff, Newport, Swansea and Wrexham until the Championship final on June 22.
Tickets are available at £2 for children and £8 for adults for each individual match day, all of which include at least two top class rugby games. Venue packages which give entry to all 10 matches held at any one match venue are available at £8 for children and £30 for adults - or you can choose to follow any one team's progress in the tournament for just £10 for children and £35 for adults.
People all over Wales will be able to see the future stars of the international game without venturing far from their homes. With the Pool stages seeing South Africa, Scotland, Samoa and the USA based in Wrexham, New Zealand, Ireland, Argentina and Tonga battling it out in Cardiff; Australia, England, Fiji and Canada entertaining crowds in Newport and Wales facing France, Italy and Japan in Swansea, there is something for everyone.
WRU Group Chief Executive Roger Lewis said, "The future stars of the world game will be literally on the doorstep of the majority of Welsh people. Whether you live close to Cardiff, Newport, Swansea or Wrexham, there will be a real feast of international rugby for all to enjoy and savour.
"The inexpensive tickets available allow this top class rugby tournament to be accessible to all. Individuals and families that may not ordinarily be regular rugby watchers can take the opportunity to come along and enjoy an entertaining afternoon or evening out for all the family."
For full tournament schedule and all tournament information, go to www.irb.com/jwc