Ulster Rugby

Ulster Rugby is one of the four professional provincial rugby teams from the island of Ireland. They compete in the Pro14 and the European Rugby Champions.
The team represents the IRFU Ulster Branch, which is one of the four primary branches of the IRFU and is responsible for rugby union throughout the geographical Irish province of Ulster, comprising Northern Ireland (AntrimArmaghDownFermanaghLondonderry and Tyrone) and three counties in the Republic of Ireland which are DonegalMonaghan and Cavan.
The Ravenhill Stadium, known for sponsorship reasons as the Kingspan Stadium since 2014, has been the home of Ulster Rugby since 1923.  It has hosted two Rugby World Cup matches, several Ireland national team matches, the 2015 Pro12 Grand Final and many 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup matches, including the final.
The Premium Stand opened in 2009 and the rest of the stadium got redeveloped from 2012 to 2014. After the rest of the redevelopment was completed, the stadium was renamed the Kingspan Stadium.

Belfast Giants

Clayton Hotel Belfast is the current preferred hotel supplier to the Giants’ team and their fans. The Giants have won 11 major honours, including five league championship titles, as well as three Erhardt conference titles.


Home Fixtures

Fri 25th October 19:35 Ulster v Blues

Fri 1st November 19:35 Ulster v Zebre

Fri 22nd November 19:45 Ulster v ASM Clermont

Fri 29th November 19:35 Ulster v Scarlets

Sat 7th December 15:15 Ulster v Quins

Fri 27th December 19:35 Ulster v Connacht

Fri 3rd January 19:35 Ulster v Munster

Sat 18th January 15:15 Ulster v Bath

Sat 22nd February 19:35 Ulster v Cheetahs

Fri 20th March 19:35 Ulster v Dragons

Sat 18th April 19:45 Ulster v Edinburgh

Fri 8th May 19:35 Ulster v Glasgow

Fri 29th May TBC Ulster v Leinster


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