Liberty Stadium is THE place to be on Saturday!

Matchday at the Liberty Stadium is bigger and better then ever, offering a fun-packed day out for everyone, whatever they want - and that is certainly the case when Leicester Tigers visit for the Pool 3 crunch match next weekend.

Saturday afternoon is most definitely rugby time, with a 1.35pm kick-off against the Guinness Premiership giants providing the highlight, with entertainment and fun for the whole family pre and post-match. With 12,000 tickets already sold, it is on target to be the biggest crowd of the season so far, and a great atmosphere is guaranteed as the Ospreys look to bounce back from defeat against Clermont Auvergne to book their place in the knockout stages.

The fun and games get underway early in the morning, with The Wave Roadshow broadcasting live from outside the stadium, before the Supporters Village opens for business at 11.35am. The Village has proved to be a huge hit with home and away fans alike this season, allowing them the chance to meet and mingle before and after the game over a pint, while enjoying fantastic entertainment in a family friendly environment. One of Swansea’s leading bands The Somethings will be rocking the Village before and after the match, playing their trademark mix of classic tracks and unexpected modern covers.

They will be joined in the Village by non-playing members of the Ospreys squad who will spend time mingling with supporters and helping to pour pints for those enjoying a pre-match pint as they soak up the atmosphere and discuss the game before it gets underway.

As always, the ever popular interactive Kidszone will also be operating in the South and West Stand Concourse areas, featuring a range of rugby themed inflatables such as try line tussle, bungee run, and passing targets, while there will be additional inflatable fun in the Village, providing great fun for kids and older Ospreys alike.

There will be no need to shoot off straight after the final whistle as the fun continues in the Village post-match, with The Somethings returning for another hour post-match, allowing fans to hang around after the game to debate the result while avoiding the immediate rush to get home.

There’s only one place to be for any rugby fan next weekend and that’s at the Liberty Stadium. Tickets for the game are being snapped up fast so you’ll need to act swiftly to get your hands on yours. They can be purchased from the Liberty Stadium Ticket Office, as well as via the Ticket Hotline on 08700 400 004 and online at