Irish Rugby Have Already Sold An Incredible Amount Of Tickets For The November Series
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Ireland’s Guinness Series opener against South Africa at the Aviva Stadium is now a 51,000 sell out.
Joe Schmidt’s men take on the Springboks on Saturday 11th November in what will be the South African’s first game since succumbing 25-24 to New Zealand in Cape Town.
There are over 43,000 tickets sold for the game against Fiji on Saturday 18th November and over 49,000 sold for the final game of the Guinness Series against Argentina.
Padraig Power, IRFU Director of Commercial & Marketing, said,
“There has been strong interest in the 2017 Guinness Series since the fixtures were announced and as the games draw closer excitement is steadily building and ticket sales have accelerated week after week. The Guinness Series has drawn record crowds over the past few seasons as supporters look to get behind the national team and enjoy the big match day experience.”
There are limited group ticket packages available for the Fiji game and supporters are advised to log on to www.ticketmaster.ie to check out remaining ticket availability.
2017 Guinness Series Fixtures
IRELAND vs South Africa
Saturday 11th November 2017 KO 17.30
IRELAND vs Fiji
Saturday 18th November 2017 KO 17.30
IRELAND vs Argentina
Saturday 25th November KO 17.30