Connacht Rugby is delighted to confirm the date of our Season Ticket Holders Party which will take place next Wednesday September 23rd from 6 to 8pm in the Connacht Rugby Zone at Wellpark Retail Park (behind the g Hotel) in Galway.

All Season Ticket holders have been emailed full details and asked to RSVP by Friday 18th to [email protected]

The highlight of the night will be the exclusive reveal of the brand NEW European Jersey that will be worn in this season’s Challenge Cup in games against Brive, Newcastle and new recruits Enisei STM from Russia.   The players will give an insight into the importance of the European competition in Connacht’s drive for Champions Cup qualification.

The whole family is welcome to the Season Ticket Holders Party with interactive games and face painting for kids and a chance to get autographs and selfies from their favourite Connacht Rugby player.

The older rugby fans will have a chance to hear from head coach Pat Lam and a panel of senior players as they preview the season ahead.

There will also be a designated zone with our rugby analysis department for all the stats-mad fans out there.

After all the fun, stay around to watch Ireland’s pool A opponents France and Romania go head-to-head in Rugby World Cup action, kicking off at 8pm.

Season Ticket Holders Party       Wednesday 23rd September       Wellpark Retail Park      6-8pm

–              Player Signing Zone

–              Gaming Zone: interactive games & face painting

–              Analysis Zone: Hear from our Performance Analyst on how technology is helping the team

–              Exclusive reveal of our NEW European Jersey

–              Q&A session with Pat Lam and a panel of players to preview the season

–              Watch France v Romania in the Rugby World Cup, kick off 8pm

–              Bar and light bites

Doors open at 6pm.  

There’s still time to purchase your Season Ticket for the new season from tickets.ie. 

ST invite

 

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