We're back at the Gnoll after fourteen years, and we're welcoming the Toyota Cheetahs for Round 7 of the Guinness PRO14. Here's a handy little guide to help you get the most out of your visit.
Parking in all NPT Council car parks will be free on matchday between 10am and midnight, including the multi-storey car park just a short walk from the grounds. Please be aware there is no parking availability at the Gnoll itself.
Wales v Barbarians FC
If you're not heading into Cardiff to watch Wales take on the Barbarians, there'll be a warm welcome for you at Neath Rugby's clubhouse, where they will be showing the game live. Ticket will be available to purchase over the bar there too!
Just under four hours before kick-off, the gates will open and all are welcome into the grounds!
Behind the Cowshed
There'll be a host of things for supporters to do behind the cowshed at the Gnoll, with three different food kiosks serving hog roasts, burgers and sausages, and fresh doughnuts. Here you'll find the Club Shop Trailer, inflatable games, and toilets.
We'll be hosting a Tag Rugby Festival in the afternoon at the Gnoll
Hospitality Suite Opens
If you will be joining us in our hospitality suite for the game, you are more than welcome to make yourself at home from 17:35
Dan Baker and new recruit Marty McKenzie will be joining the Ospreys Supporters Club in the clubhouse! Pop along and say hello!
Ospreys v Cheetahs Kick Off
We kick-off Round 7 of the Guinness PRO14! The Guard of Honour before the game will be Tonna U12s and the flag bearers are from Abercrave U6s/U7s.
Join the Ospreys Supporters Club in the clubhouse for some post match entertainment. They'll be joined by Shaun Venter and Dan Lydiate and back by popular demand, D-Fibs will be playing for those who want to dance the night away!