This weekend sees the return of the Guinness PRO12, with Newport Gwent Dragons visiting the Liberty Stadium for a Saturday afternoon 3pm KO.
The Ospreys will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start at the Liberty Stadium, which has seen them record bonus point wins in every outing to date, scoring 31 tries in four matches.
With local pride at stake, hundreds of youngsters attending the match after competing at TagFest on Saturday morning at Bryncoch RFC and the launch of the SinBin, the brand new match day student zone, it’s going to be a busy and action packed afternoon for everybody.
HERE’S YOUR FULL GUIDE TO WHAT’S ON…
All hospitality areas open at 1pm, so guests can relax and enjoy their afternoon in style, in an unrushed, relaxed atmosphere.
Meanwhile, for one game only, the HallOw-Zone underneath the South Stand has received a full, spook-tacular themed makeover. All ticket holders, young and old, are welcome to join the fun in the HallOw-Zone, so make sure you come see our ‘Trick and Treat’ area, where there will be plenty of tricks with as many treats at the end for those who make it through.
You can also join in with our Halloween fancy dress competition with the best dressed winning a family pass for four to the LC in Swansea.
Hanno Dirksen and Tom Grabham will be in the HallOw-Zone between 2pm and 2.30pm, so make sure you come and join the fun.
The Sin Bin
For the first time ever, the Sin Bin, our brand new student focused match day area will be open for business.
Doors open at 2pm and there will be an fun packed four hours of entertainment specially put together by the Sin Bin team at Swansea University, including entertainment, competition and food and drinks offers.
For more information on the Sin Bin, make sure you like the Sin Bin page on Facebook.
Tenovus Man Van
With Movember on the horizon we've got a visit from the Tenovus Man Van. Why not call in before kick off to find out more about the fight against cancer, no appointment necessary. Man Van supporters will be taking part in a bucket collection before the match so please dig deep and help a fantastic cause.
Guinness Prize Wall
Visit the GUINNESS Prize Wall in the Riverside Bar in the East Stand pre-match for your chance to win some fantastic prizes.
There are international rugby tickets, Ospreys tickets, Judgement Day V tickets and much, much more among the prizes available to be won.
The GUINNESS Prize Wall will be operating in the Riverside Bar between 1pm and kick-off.
Once again we’ll have the Crabbie’s Bus with us pre-match, where you can sample Crabbie’s fantastic alcoholic ginger beer (over 18s only). If you like it, why not take advantage of a fantastic 4 for 3 offer on Crabbie’s, available at all outlets across the stadium?
OSPREYS IN THE COMMUNITY
A busy week for Ospreys in the Community, that has seen three packed out half-term camps take place, rounds off with TagFest III at Bryncoch RFC.
We are delighted to say that we will be joined by players, coaches and families from the following 12 community clubs this Saturday:
Guard of Honour:
Morriston and Pothcawl
Half time tag
Tondu U7 Vs Dowlais U7
Tondu U8 Vs Dowlais U8
South Gower U7 Vs Penclawdd U7
Lougher U7 vs Maesteg Celtic U7
Bryncoch U7 and U8, Maesteg U7, Pencoed U8, Porthcawl U7 and U8, Trebanos U7 and U8, Whitehead Steelers
3.00PM KO – THE BIG MATCH
5.00 pm and after:
The Ospreys Supporters Club will once again welcome supporters of both teams to their Riverside Lounge HQ in the East Stand after the final whistle.
The perfect place to reflect on the match with likeminded supporters, as always there will be player Q&As, with this week’s guests confirmed as Joe Bearman and skipper, Tom Habberfield.
HOW CAN I GET TICKETS?
Tickets are available to purchase at www.ospreysrugby.com/buytickets now, with prices starting at just £20 (adults) and £5 (U16s).
Alternatively, you can call the Ticket Hotline on 0844 815 6665 between 10am and 6pm, while the Ticket Office is open between the same hours for supporters to visit in person.
Please note that a large walk-up is anticipated on Friday evening and supporters are advised to secure their tickets in advance to avoid matchday queues.
WHERE DO I PARK
There is ample parking available at the council operated Landore car park facility opposite the stadium. Please follow the signs for ‘Park & Ride’.