Tickets for Northampton clash in Bridgend now

Tickets for the LV= Cup game against 2011 Heineken Cup finalists Northampton Saints later this month are now on sale at both the Liberty Stadium and the Riverside Hardware Brewery Field.

The game, on Saturday 22nd October at 6.00pm, sees the region return to the Brewery Field, home of Bridgend RFC, after two successful match days there last season in the same competition, that saw the Ospreys record wins over Leicester Tigers and London Wasps in front of big crowds.

Season-ticket holders have until Wednesday 12th October to secure their place for the fixture and will receive a letter from the Ospreys this week outlining the procedures to get their hands on a ticket for the eagerly awaited clash.

Due to the limited amount of seating at the Brewery Field, Grandstand tickets are initially restricted to Category A season-ticket holders and Premier Club members.

Meanwhile, terrace tickets are also now on general sale at both grounds, at just £10 for adults, £5 concessions. Ospreys Chief Operations Officer, Andrew Hore, said:

“We are all looking forward to returning to Bridgend for the Northampton game and as was the case last year, we are anticipating a fantastic welcome from the local rugby community.

“The Leicester and Wasps game were wonderful occasions for the Ospreys, Bridgend RFC and the Bridgend district, and we are delighted to be able to demonstrate our commitment to the area by taking top class regional rugby back to the Brewery Field.

“Bridgend is a vital part of the Ospreys region and there is likely to be a significant number of players wearing the shirt that evening who have come through the local District development pathway. With Bridgend having settled well following their return to the Premiership there is a real buzz about the Brewery Field at the moment I’m sure that the local rugby public will want to come out and show their support for the Ospreys, and in particular those players from Bridgend who will be representing their home region at their local ground.”