Support Munster with Cardboard cutouts

A full Thomond Park awash with red is one of the great sights in world rugby.

We are all counting down the days until we get back into the stadium again, but for now, we can still fill it with familiar faces from near and far.

Munster Rugby are offering supporters the chance to have a cardboard cut-out of themselves in Thomond Park for the opening game of the Guinness PRO14 season.

Heineken Champions Cup Round 6, Thomond Park, Limerick, Co. Limerick 19/1/2020 Munster vs Ospreys Munster’s Niall Scannell makes his way onto the field Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

The cut-outs will remain in place while the stadium capacity is limited.

Supporters can buy a single cardboard cut-out for €19.95 or three for €49.95.

MRSC members can choose to have the MRSC logo on their image – a badge of honour for those who are always behind the team.

In such an uncertain time for the club, this is a great way for supporters to be there, be part of match day, and to show their support for the team.

Simply click here and follow the details to book your cut out.

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