With just 75 Days to go until the 2019 champions of the Guinness PRO14 Final are crowned at Glasgow’s Celtic Park, the kick-off time has been set for 18:30.
The stars of the Guinness PRO14 will prime themselves to shine in the twilight conditions as rugby’s biggest names battle their way through the Guinness PRO14 Final Series to reach the dramatic showdown in Scotland on May 25.
Tickets for the game are still available at http://bitly.com/Glasgow2019 and with over 10 teams vying for one of six places in the Guinness PRO14 Final Series the title race promises more competition than ever before.
Premier Sports will act as host broadcaster for the game that sees the decider take place in a non-traditional rugby venue for the very first time. The game will also be broadcast live across all Championship territories on eir sport & TG4 (Rep of Ireland), SuperSport (South Africa) and DAZN (Italy).
In addition, ESPN will broadcast the Guinness PRO14 Final across the United States while fans from over 140 countries and territories around the world will have access to view the showpiece event through global rights holders such as RugbyPass, DAZN, FloSports, Sky Sport New Zealand and Rugby TV (Georgia). Visit www.pro14rugby.org/watch for more information on our global broadcast partners.
The oval ball takes centre stage at the home of Celtic FC which is one of the most iconic venues in the world of sport. Full information on the event and opportunities to access all ticket categories – including the Safe Standing Area and Youth Groups and Schools Tickets – can be found athttps://www.pro14rugby.org/final/
Options are also available for those seeking out Hospitality experiences to make it an occasion that will last long in the memory: http://bit.ly/PRO14Hospitality
The Guinness PRO14 Final is an event for all of the family and fans of every team from the Championship as the event that showcases the sport and the tournament itself.
Celtic Park boasts a dedicated Family Stand with entertainment for kids including X-Boxes and play areas, it is perfect for families looking to take in the big match together. Special family pricing and offers will are also available including “Kid for a Quid”, where Under 12s tickets are just £1 with a full price adult ticket however these offers are limited.
The Guinness PRO14 Final itself has established a legacy for drama, top-class rugby and a knack for creating history. Since moving to neutral ‘Destination’ venues in 2015 – starting with Belfast’s Kingspan Stadium – the Guinness PRO14 Final has seen four different champions crowned in as many years while Glasgow Warriors and Connacht Rugby were also first-time title winners.
In each year the attendance has either provided a sell-out or set a new record with last year’s game at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium raising that figure to 46,092. The fixture itself set a number of records on the field with Leinster Rugby and Scarlets combining for the highest total of points (72) and the highest number of tries (9) ever scored in the Championship decider.
Leinster also set themselves apart from the rest of the pack winning their fifth title to step clear of Ospreys who have claimed the trophy four times.