2022 Rugby Six Nations tickets go on public sale
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Lead trainer Wayne Pivac’s side dispatch their title safeguard in Ireland, prior to getting back to Principality Stadium in cycle two to take on Scotland on Saturday twelfth February (2.15pm). The match against the Scots will be the initial Six Nations challenge before a pressed out Principality Stadium swarm starting around 2020, with Wales lifting the pined for prize in secret in 2021 because of the pandemic. Watch 2022 6 Nations live..
Pivac takes his group out and about again in cycle three to confront England, prior to getting back to Cardiff to have France on Friday eleventh March (8pm). Grains start off ‘super-Saturday’ with a last round conflict with Italy, additionally on home turf, on nineteenth March (2.15pm), on a day when the 2022 Champions should be delegated.
“Scotland is consistently a draw for Welsh fans and, with this installation starting off our home matches in the competition, it will be the primary opportunity so that home fans could see our title winning crew in Six Nations activity after the pandemic fended allies off in 2021.
“The French game will likewise draw in an immense crowd, with Friday night openers in Cardiff an encounter to be relished and this apparatus consistently delivers the absolute best rugby from the two sides.
“The Italy game has concessionary tickets accessible at discounted in all classes interestingly, so we know this last coordinate of the competition will be famous with family gatherings and junior clubs all through Wales, just as allies hoping to own the Championship to its peak.”
Tickets will be delivered in restricted numbers and classes to be affirmed, yet costs across all classifications for Scotland and France are £40, £70, £100, £105 and £115 and, for Italy, they are £30 (£15 U17), £55 (£27.50 U17), £65 (£32.50 U17), £70 (£35 U17), £80 (£40 U17).
Public deal will open from 10am on Thursday 25th November at www.wru.wales/tickets. A full discount strategy is set up so fans can be consoled that their cash is protected assuming individual or public conditions change because of the Covid-19 Pandemic, more information here
“We are glad to have stayed faithful to our commitment to clubs and allies that our most reduced classification tickets won’t transcend £40 and we have additionally moved to guarantee that concessionary tickets are accessible across all classes for the Italy game,” added the representative.
“Global rugby is a vital monetary driver of the game across Wales from grassroots to our expert clubs and senior sides and all returns are taken care of once again into the game at all levels.”