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IRFU reveal ticket prices for November games against New Zealand, Australia and Canada

Fans can get their hands on tickets from June onwards.

THE IRFU HAS this morning announced the ticket prices for November’s Guinness Series at the Aviva Stadium.

Joe Schmidt’s side will face Canada, New Zealand and Australia over the course of three weeks in Dublin and supporters will be able to purchase tickets when they go on general sale in mid-June.

Fans can purchase individual match tickets or avail of a two or three-game bundle.

Canada will visit Irish shores for the first time since 2008 and it will be their first Test match at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday 12 November.

A week later, Ireland will face world champions New Zealand with the hosts hoping to avenge the agonising last-gasp defeat to the All Blacks back in 2013.

The visit of Michael Cheika’s Wallabies marks the end of the Autumn internationals while all three games will be broadcast live on RTÉ and Sky Sports.

“The 2016 offers Irish rugby supporters a feast of top quality rugby,” Padraig Power, IRFU Director of Commercial and Marketing, said.

“There is an opportunity for all Ireland supporters to experience top class Test match action at the Aviva Stadium across the November series.

“There are a number of discounted ticket packages as well as adult and child group packages to cater for supporters of all ages.”

Clubs can order tickets through their provincial branches up to the 30 June and tickets will go on general sale to the public in mid-June.

IRFU Supporters Club members can avail of an exclusive pre-sale on in mid-June.

Guinness Series fixtures:

  • Ireland v Canada, Saturday 12 November, 7.15pm
  • Ireland v New Zealand, Saturday 19 November, 5.30pm
  • Ireland v Australia, Saturday 26 November, 5.30pm


Ticket details and a full list of prices can be viewed here.

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