The European Challenge Cup Final provides a first chance for Leicester Tigers supporters to see the team in person for 14 months, and there are some more great opportunities to see live rugby at Mattioli Woods Welford Road in the remaining weeks of the season.
Tickets are on sale now for the return of supporters to Gallagher Premiership games at the home of the Tigers as well as an international fixture and the ‘Battle of the Blues’ in the Varsity Matches.
Tigers v Bristol Rugby – Saturday 5 June – 3.00pm
The first game with a crowd for well over a year, Mattioli Woods Welford Road is throwing open the doors (in a COVID secure manner of course) and able to welcome 6,000 supporters for the last home game of the club season.
Season ticket holders have had first priority status in the ticket ballot and after availability to among Super Members, members and 2021/22 season ticket holders has brought a fantastic uptake to join us for this game.
Any remaining tickets, will go on general sale on Tuesday, May 25 by phone only. Call the ticket office on 0116 319 8888 (option 2).
England A v Scotland A – Sunday 27 June – 2.00pm kick-off*
The first senior representative game hosted by Tigers since 2008 is a ‘mini Calcutta Cup’ clash as England A (formerly the Saxons) take on Scotland A.
There could be Tigers interest on either side and tickets will go on general sale on Monday morning (May 24) with prices from just £15 adult and £5 junior.
*Kick-off time is subject to change but will be on a Sunday afternoon.
The Varsity Matches – Oxford University v Cambridge Unversity – Sunday 4 July – Women’s 1.00pm kick-off, Men’s 3.30 pm kick-off
Moving from Twickenham for the first time in 100 years, this historic clash offers a full afternoon of rugby action and a match which has seen numerous Tigers and international player grace the field in years past.
Tickets are on general sale now, prices from £20 adult and £10 junior.
Click here to book match tickets online.
Season tickets 2021/22
You can also book your place for next season with the Tigers ticket office now.