Ospreys v Pau matchday guide

We kick off the first round of the 2018/19 European Challenge Cup on Saturday afternoon when we welcome Section Paloise Béarn Pyrénées to the Liberty Stadium, K.O 3pm and here's our matchday guide.


There's still time to purchase tickets for tomorrow’s game. This game is not on tv, so the only way to catch all the action will be at the Liberty Stadium.

Liberty Stadium – Supporters can get their hands on tickets from the ticket office with prices starting from £20 plus a booking fee of £1.55

Online – Buy from ospreysrugby.com/buytickets 



Club Shop and Ticket Office open


Hospitality Opens

The O-zone opens (South stand) for some family friendly fun. See if you can beat our players at some of our challenges, including our reaction wall. Will you make it onto the leader board?

We'll also have the launch of Operation Bang in cooperation of the emergency services. Take part in the special activities with 2 fire engines, police vehicles and much more inside the Ozone.



Turnstiles open


2:15 – 2:45pm

Head on down to the O-zone to meet Ospreys players Lloyd Ashley and Giorgi Nemsadze whilst joining in all the family fun.



Player warm-up

Our DJ will be playing a warm-up playlist, this week’s selection comes from Sam Cross.



Players emerge from the tunnel, joined by our first half guard of honour Penallta U8s and our flag bearers Penlan U9s.


3pm – KICK OFF!



Tag Rugby teams

Gorseinon u7s, Abertillery u7s, Ystradgynlais u8s, Vardre u8s, Nantyffyllon u8s, Nantyffyllon u7s, Penclawdd u7s


Make sure you’re in your seats at half-time for our slingshot challenge. Whoever catches the golden ball thrown by one of our players will receive a meal for two at Nandos.


Second half – Players return from half-time accompanied by our second half guard of honour Abertillery U9s and our flag bearers Operation BANG!


Post Match –

Head on over to the Riverside bar after the game and join the Ospreys Supporters club and Olly Cracknell and James King.