You have to hand it to the Hospitality Partnership for speed and optimism.
18 minutes after the launch of the dates for next seasons Guinness Men’s Six Nations, an email popped into our inbox outlining details of how to pre-register for the official IRFU hospitality packages at the Aviva Stadium.
Wales will be in town on February 5th and we can only hope that a significant portion of the stadium will be open to fans, if not all of it.
Italy and Scotland will follow on the 27th of February and the 19th of March and demand is sure to be high given the lack of opportunity to watch live sport or be entertained in the traditional fashion over the past 14 months.
“We are hopeful of welcoming fans back for the Autumn Series of internationals,” said Hospitality Partnership Director Greg Slattery.
“Confirmation on the details of who might be travelling in November, and of course all the details of public health requirements are something we are keeping a very close eye on, with our partners in the IRFU.”
“We are in constant dialogue with government officials and the hope is that we will be able to go on sale in the summer months.
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