Ulster to welcome 1,000 fans for Scarlets showdown

Ulster to welcome 1,000 fans for Scarlets showdown
By Damian Mullan

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By Damian Mullan

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sport@thechronicle.uk.com

THE doors of Kingspan Stadium will open to 1,000 supporters this weekend when Ulster Rugby welcome Scarlets in Round 7 of the Guinness PRO14 (Sunday 22 November, kick-off 7.35pm).

The Ulster men have played behind closed doors since the opening game of the season against Benetton Rugby when the club successfully trialled the safe return of spectators following extensive consultation with the IRFU, Belfast City Council and the Northern Ireland Executive.

All 500 pairs of tickets will be made available to #TogetherUlster Members only via an online ballot process. Members who applied for tickets to the Benetton match but missed out due to limited availability will receive priority in the ballot.

#TogetherUlster Memberships are still available at ulsterrugby.com/togetherulster – priced at £65 for Adults with a £10 bolt-on option for Juniors. All adult Members will have access to the ballot.

Sunday night’s match will feature a mix of seating and terracing in operation across all four stands and the East Terrace. Tickets are again priced at £20 each, allocated in groups of two with two-metre physical distancing factored in.

The online ballot will be open for 24 hours from 1pm on Tuesday 17 November on the Ulster Rugby Ticket Account Manager, and account holders can apply for one pair of tickets per every Adult #TogetherUlster Membership held.

All successful applicants will be notified on Wednesday evening once the ballot has closed and tickets have been allocated.

Members will then have until 1pm on Thursday 19 November to confirm their ticket purchase and process payment.




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