Tickets for Munster’s Select XV clash against South Africa on sale now

The game is scheduled to take place in Pairc Ui Chaoimh in November.

Match tickets for Munster and South Africa’s Select XV battle have went on sale to the general public this morning.

Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Cork will be the venue for the spectacle when it takes place on the 10th of November, with the game starting at 7:30pm.

Junior tickets are available from €10 rising to €25 with adult tickets within the €20-€50 range.

You can purchase ticket here, via Ticketmaster. Additional details about the tickets can also be found here

Munster CEO Ian Flanagan commented on the event and expressed his joy and the impact the match can have on Munster Rugby for the future.

“This is a huge honour and significant milestone for Munster Rugby, one we are very proud to be associated with.

“Our thanks to the IRFU, GAA and Cork GAA for all their input, time and consideration given to reviewing this proposal and for permitting us to host our touring game against the South Africa Select XV at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Thursday, November 10, on what will be an incredible and historic occasion.”

“This is not only for our supporters and the rugby community, but also further reaching, and we understand the magnitude of being the first professional rugby team to play at the home of Cork GAA.

“While we recognise we have a fantastic facility in Thomond Park, one we are very proud of, bringing the game to a wider audience within the province has been one of our strategic objectives for many years and it is a credit to our staff for their commitment to reaching this goal.”

This will be the first time in the professional era that Munster Rugby face a South African touring side with the last encounter taking place in 1970.

While the sides have met on three occasions, South Africa remain the only major touring side the province have yet to record a win against.

Social Sharing

Posted in

Conway ruled out of Barbarians clash and is set to miss early rounds of the URC

It is another injury blow for Conway who missed the entirety of Munster's URC winning season last year. ...
Read More

URC winning coach Rowntree extends Munster contract

With an impressive CV, Rowntree has played for and coached with the British and Irish Lions, England Rugby ...
Read More

Ireland outlast World Champions South Africa to put one foot in the knockouts | Highlights

Ireland now have a fortnight break before they play Scotland where another win will secure top spot in ...
Read More

Beirne and O’Mahony start for Springboks clash

Farrell has named an unchanged pack from last weekend’s defeat of Tonga in Nantes.  Head Coach Andy Farrell has named ...
Read More

“I spent every minute of every day trying to figure out how I could deal with it” | Keith Earls opens up on off-pitch struggles

Following a number of poor showings at the 2015 World Cup, Earls sought professional help after the tournament, ...
Read More

Ireland much too strong for Tonga as they secure second RWC win | HIGHLIGHTS

Ireland recorded a second consecutive bonus-point win in Nantes on Saturday to continue a perfect start to Pool ...
Read More

Ireland are capable of “doing special things when switched on” | Keith Earls

As the defending World Champions, the Springboks await down the track, Earls and co are taking it one ...
Read More

Conor Murray starts against Tonga while Craig Casey is in line for Rugby World Cup debut

Having opened their Rugby World Cup campaign with a 12-try victory over Romania in Bordeaux last weekend, Ireland ...
Read More