Ulster: Rainbow Cup game against Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium on May 29 for 500 fans

Crowds of 600, 1000 and then 500 fans were allowed at Kingspan Stadium at the start of the season ahead of restrictions announced shortly before Christmas.

Ulster will host 500 fans at Kingspan Stadium for Ireland’s Pro14 Rainbow Cup final home game against Scarlets on May 29.

This follows the latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions announced Thursday by the Northern Irish executive.

Tickets will be available to TogetherUlster members across the province through an online voting process.

The ballot will be available for 24 hours from 2:00 p.m. BST on Monday, May 24 on the Ulster ticket account system.

Successful applicants will be informed on Tuesday evening.

Members will then have until 2:00 p.m. BST on Wednesday 26 May to confirm the purchase of their tickets and process payment for the £ 20 tickets which will be awarded in pairs with a physical distance of two meters taken into account.

Fans have not been able to attend games at Kingspan Stadium since December.

Following Ulster’s return to closed-door matches at Aviva Stadium last summer, the province’s first home game of the season on October 2 brought together 600 supporters inside Kingspan Stadium, according to advice of the chief medical officers and scientists of Northern Ireland.

On November 22, a crowd of 1,000 watched the Ulster game against the Scarlets.

After a two-week breaker, 500 supporters returned to the venue for Ulster’s European game against Toulouse in early December, but stricter restrictions were then introduced shortly before Christmas, meaning no supporters are present at Kingspan Stadium since then.


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