More tickets to be made available for Munster Champions Cup semi-final

The EPCR have today confirmed that a “limited number” of tickets for Munster’s Champions Cup Semi-Final will go on sale today on Ticketmaster.ie from 2pm.

Before the sale begins, you can register on Ticketmaster  by following this link.

It has been announced that tickets from all price brackets will be released. Tickets start at Category 5 which would set one back €25 whilst the Premium level tickets cost €80.

Tickets were first released on Wednesday to Munster Rugby Supporters Club members, then followed by 10-year ticket holders, clubs and the Munster branch.

The match will take place in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin on the 22nd of April at 3.15pm. The Aviva, which can hold over 51,000 spectators is expected to be sold out for the clash. Whilst the game is in Dublin, it will feel like a home game for Munster as they will account for majority of the crowd.

Reigning champions Saracens will be hoping to secure a second consecutive Champions Cup final slot in front of a partisan Munster crowd.

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