Thomond Park Capacity Extended to 16,000 Ahead of Wasps Game

Following on from the latest government update, Munster Rugby will increase the capacity for the Round 4 Heineken Champions Cup game against Wasps at Thomond Park.

As a result of this welcome late change in government measures, the number of spectators attending the venue on Sunday will now be increased from 5,000 to 16,000.

The capacity will be capped at this figure due to the short turnaround and limited operations in place for Sunday’s game. We appreciate the wider understanding on this front.

13 December 2020; A general view of Thomond Park ahead of the Heineken Champions Cup Pool B Round 1 match between Munster and Harlequins at Thomond Park in Limerick. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

As always, the priority is to facilitate season ticket holders and Munster Rugby Supporters Club members and all relevant accounts will be reissued with their respective tickets.

This is an ongoing process and due to the time constraints, we ask for patience and understanding in this regard while the ticket department reissues tickets to our priority groups starting from 1pm on Saturday. All season ticketholders will receive their tickets throughout the afternoon with further details of this process directly communicated.

A limited number of general tickets will also be available online from 1pm on Saturday.

Tickets will be available to buy from

Please note that there will be limited amenities and services available on matchday.

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