IRFU Announces Ticket Prices For 6 Nations


The IRFU has announced their ticketing package for the 2016 Six Nations with prices starting from as little as €15 for the home games against Wales, Scotland and Italy.

Just days after the end of a bitterly disappointing World Cup quarter-final defeat to Argentina, the union has confirmed the packages on offer as Joe Schmidt’s side look to win a third successive championship.

Schoolboy and schoolgirl tickets can be purchased for €15, as well as seats with restricted viewing for the Scotland and Italy clashes.

Category One tickets range from €70 to €80, while a Premium Level seat will cost €105 when Warren Gatland’s side travel to the Aviva Stadium on February 7th on the opening weekend of the tournament.

Ireland host Italy on Saturday March 12th and finish the campaign the following weekend at home to the Scots.

Tickets are now available through affiliated rugby clubs and schools, supporters clubs and hospitality packages. Any remaining tickets, if any, will be made available to the general public in early 2016.


Description                         Wales             Italy               Scotland

Schoolboy/girl                      20.00             15.00             15.00

Restricted View – Cat 4         20.00             15.00             15.00

Restricted View – Cat 3         27.50             20.00             20.00

Restricted View – Cat 2         33.75             26.25             26.25

Restricted View –

Premium & Cat 1                 40.00             32.50             35.00

Category 4 Stand                 40.00             30.00             30.00

Category 3 Stand                 55.00             40.00             40.00

Category 2 Stand                 67.50             52.50             52.50

Category 1 Stand                 80.00             65.00             70.00

Category A1 Stand               95.00             95.00             95.00

Premium Level                   105.00             95.00             95.00



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