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Ospreys update - NHS Covid Pass

Following the Welsh Government’s recent announcement to introduce NHS COVID passes for events, Ospreys Rugby would like to reassure supporters that the legislation in place does not apply to our upcoming matches.

The current Welsh Government legislation states that any events with seated crowds under 10,000 adults does not require attendees to show proof of a passport or a lateral flow test.

Our fantastic, all-seater facility at the Swansea.com stadium means we benefit from a different legislation to the other Welsh regions enabling us to welcome our supporters to the stands safely and as normal for our game at the weekend vs Munster.

Tickets for the match can be purchased here.

We are monitoring ticket sales very carefully and should things change as we lead into our forthcoming Champions Cup and Christmas fixtures, we will directly update supporters with the latest information.

Everyone at the Ospreys is committed to keeping our supporters safe whilst still ensuring those who attend our home fixtures still enjoy the matchday experience.

From pre-match entertainment with Ospreys in the Community in the O-Zone with family friendly fun on offer to post match hospitality with the Ospreys Supporters Club in the Riverside Bar. Supporters can relax in the knowledge that attending our games are as safe as possible as we live with the new “normal”.

Extra Information
Covid Protocols

There are guidelines in place that we kindly ask supporters to adhere to while visiting the stadium. Please make use of the hand sanitisation stations that are located around all areas of the stadium. When speaking with staff, please wear a face mask to help protect the team.

We recommend, if possible, to take a lateral flow test before attending the game to make sure you are Covid-free.

Please be aware that the players are still training and living within a strict Covid “bubble” and must limit their interactions where possible to prevent spreading the virus to their teammates. As a result of this, it may be impossible for players to shake hands or take photos with supporters as they normally would.

Matchday Guide

There's more than 80 minutes of rugby on show on Saturday night. From half-time tag rugby, family fun in the O-zone with Ospreys in the Community and the Armed Forces, don't miss out on any of the action by reading our matchday guide here