Ospreys and Swans team up for 'Pride of Wales'

Ospreys and Swans season ticket holders can enjoy the best of both codes this month as the two teams join forces in a special 'Pride of Wales' initiative at the Liberty Stadium.

Fans will be given their Liberty freedom over a weekend of top sporting action that rewards season ticket holders for helping to make the two clubs the best in the West.

It means Swans season ticket holders can sample top Magners League rugby for free as the Ospreys take on crack Irish side Leinster on Sunday, November 28 (5.00 pm), while Ospreys season ticket holders can experience top Championship football for free when Portsmouth visit the Liberty Stadium on Friday, November 26 (7.45pm).

Ospreys Managing Director, Roger Blyth, said:

“Once again we are seeing the benefits to both the Swans and the Ospreys of being partners at the Liberty Stadium, with this new initiative that will reward loyal fans of both teams.

“It promises to be an excellent weekend for sports fans in the area, who will be able to enjoy first class sport in a first class venue. I know that we have a number of Swans fans among our ranks at the Ospreys, and we certainly hope that both sets of supporters will look to take advantage of this excellent offer.”

Swans vice-chairman, Leigh Dineen, said:

“We are very fortunate to have two leading sports clubs sharing the same venue. And it’s a golden opportunity we should all take advantage of.

“This joint initiative gives fans the chance to sample some of the best football and rugby, not only in Wales but throughout Britain and Europe.

“The two clubs have a fantastic relationship off the field and joint initiatives like this will only strengthen the strong bond we already have among our supporters.’’

Ospreys fans can claim their free Swans ticket by taking their season card to the ticket office, while Swans fans should exchange voucher B.

The reciprocal ticket offer is not available on the day of either fixture, and is not applicable to supporters who's Season Ticket was issued free of charge.