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Munster are set to face Bath in a preseason friendly at home in Thomond Park on Saturday 3rd September
Munster will play the English Premiership side at 15:00 in Limerick in front of a half-capacity stadium. This will be their first match in Thomond Park this season and they are happy to welcome back fans.
This match is part of the government’s pilot event for fans returning to games and will be subject to government approval.
Munster Rugby Supporters Club members, Season Ticket Holders, and 10-Year Ticket Holders have already received emails about how they can avail of tickets first.
While the majority of tickets will be allocated across these groups, they are also offering a number of tickets free of charge to frontline healthcare workers in recognition of their efforts over the last 18 months.
In order to apply for the tickets frontline healthcare staff, please follow this link:
Ticket Update | Munster v Bath
Watch a selection of #MunsterRugby tries from last season – from fantastic backline moves and 22-metre mauls to lethal counter-attacks and moments of individual brilliance 🥰#SUAF 🔴 pic.twitter.com/fcVFk3um92
— Munster Rugby (@Munsterrugby) August 17, 2021
Any further availability of match tickets for general sale will be reviewed once the priority distribution groups have been facilitated during their access periods.
Tickets can only be purchased online via registered accounts and will not be available at the gate.
Tickets will be available on Ticketmaster and will be non-transferable due to contact tracing measures.
In order to access the stadium, a number of new measures will be implemented to ensure a safe environment for all supporters, players, and staff.
All supporters attending Thomond Park Stadium will be required to comply with Covid-19 Guidelines prior to, during, and after the match.
Take look back at the leading lights in a very special @Munsterrugby team 😍
European Cup winners in both 2006 and 2008, the Irish province were a serious force to be reckoned with 🔴
— Heineken Champions Cup (@ChampionsCup) August 16, 2021