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Matchday Guide - Ospreys v Leinster

Here is our matchday guide for Ospreys v Leinster

This week, our fixture against Leinster will be hosted at the home of Neath RFC, the Gnoll. We hope this guide will help you get the most out of your visit. 

The bar in the clubhouse will be open from 1pm, and all are welcome to come enjoy an afternoon drink ahead of the big encounter in the evening. Tickets will be available to purchase from behind the bar too. 



From 15:00, the multi-storey carpark just a stone's throw away from the Gnoll will provide free parking on the top floor. From 18:00, parking is free on all other floors and will be open until midnight. Please note there are no spaces within the ground for public parking. 



Ticket Booth opens
Haven't bought your tickets yet, or need to collect your pre-purchased tickets? You can beat the queues and head over to our ticket office which will be open from16:00 on Friday afternoon. 

Season members: full season members with packages that include games away from the Liberty must claim their ticket before hand. Tickets can be claimed for free online or by calling 01792 616400.



Gates open
A little over an hour and a half before kick-off, the Gnoll will be open and you can come in and enjoy the atmosphere.

Club Shop 
Our club shop trailer will be at the Gnoll this Friday, where you can pick up Ospreys merchandise and save up to 50% with our February sale. Season Members can use their additional discount to make even greater savings.

Food and drink
There will be a number of food and drinks stands available within the ground, behind the covered terrace (the cowshed). 

Fun and games
Weather permitting, we will have our fun inflatables up and running near the entrance too, where you can test your tackling power and passing prowess.

Community clubs
There will be up to 300 children made up of a dozen team helping us with our Guard of Honour, flag bearing, and pitch flag duties. We will also be collecting money for Bowel Cancer UK, who support research and campaign to save lives. 



The first whistle will blow and Ospreys will go to head-to-head against Leinster. Make sure you're in your seats in plenty of time and make some noise for our boys in black. Olly Cracknell will also be presented with a framed jersey on the occasion of his 100th Ospreys appearance; be sure to make lots of noise for the boys as they head in to the tunnel before kick-off.