Irish ticket sales pass 6,000

Thursday 14 April 2016 Written by: Adam

All remaining tickets for Sunday’s Aviva Premiership clash against London Irish are priced at £25 or less for adults, as premium seats for the game sell out.

Over 6,000 tickets have been purchased for the game, putting it on course to be the highest attendance at Kingston Park since the Falcons took on Saracens in December 2014.

The club has asked supporters to provide a “wall of noise” in support of the team on Sunday and with ticket sales accelerating in the build up to game, supporters wishing to attend are encouraged to book in advance.

Doing this not only allows tickets to be bought cheaper than on match day, but will also allow fans to have a choice form where to watch the game.

Tickets are currently available in Category D seats in the West Stand as well as the South and North terraces.

With just over 10% of all seats remaining and the South Stand well over 50% of capacity, advanced booking is the only way supporters can be assured of watching the game from their preferred vantage point.

Tickets can be booked by [clicking here][1], calling 0871 2266060 or by visiting the Kingston Park box office in the East Stand of the stadium.