Liberty Stadium to play host to Junior Clubs

The Ospreys have thrown out an open invitation to rugby clubs across Ospreylia to be a part of the second Junior Clubs Day at the Liberty Stadium next weekend, at the final home game of the regular season against Benetton Treviso (Saturday 13th April, KO 6.30pm).

It follows on from a similar day when the region entertained Leinster back in November when 38 junior clubs enjoyed an afternoon at the Liberty Stadium, taking part in a half-time lap of honour around the pitch.

Clubs taking part in the day will benefit from the fantastic ticketing initiative which runs all season, allowing members to pay just £10 for adult tickets, £1 for children.

The initiative also allows clubs to take advantage of a special partnership between sports equipment manufacturer Gilbert and the Ospreys which allows participating clubs and schools to earn credit on every ticket purchased that can be used towards the purchase of brand new rugby, hockey, cricket and netball equipment.

Normally, there is 50p credit per ticket purchased, but as special reward for those clubs taking part in Junior Clubs Day 2, the value is doubled for one game only to £1 credit per ticket – making it even better value than ever and ensuring that the clubs enjoy even greater rewards for supporting their region.

Andrew Hore, Chief Operations Officer at the Ospreys, said:

“We are looking forward to welcoming our junior clubs back to the Liberty Stadium, and hopefully topping the 38 that were here for the Leinster game in November.

“It’s an absolutely crucial game in terms of our play-off aspirations so it will be fantastic to have hundreds of youngsters from community clubs across Ospreylia getting behind the cause on such an important evening.

“These youngsters are the future of rugby in this region and it’s vital that we nurture a sense of belonging in them, allowing them to feel that the Ospreys truly represents them and their community. By offering substantial reductions on ticket prices for our junior clubs hopefully we can ignite a passion for the Ospreys that will last a life time, while the scheme allows the club to benefit from credit for sports equipment which means everyone benefits in the long term.

“With a number of ongoing initiatives driving rugby development and community engagement, the future for Ospreys Rugby is a bright one.”

For more information on Junior Clubs Day and to order tickets for your club, or to find out more about the ongoing Schools and Clubs ticketing initiative, please call Laura Jones at the Ospreys on 01792 616500 or email