The Falcons’ next Aviva Premiership fixture will see them travel to the Madjeski Stadium on the day of the Exiles famous St Patrick’s Party.
Newcastle Falcons’ next Aviva Premiership fixture will see them travel to the Madjeski Stadium to face London Irish.
The match, which takes place on 28th March, coincides with the Exiles’ famous St Patrick’s Party – the first time the Falcons will experience this annual event.
The St Patrick’s Party is a favourite amongst rugby supporters which sees around 20,000 fans descend on Reading each year since its debut in March 2001.
The event has since gone on to establish itself as a standalone fixture in the rugby diary and is attended by supporters all over Britain and Ireland.
Falcons fans travelling to the game are invited to attend the St Patrick’s Party Fan Village which is open from 11am with live music, a funfair, chances to win fantastic prizes and plenty of Guinness.
Supporters travelling by train will be able to find the shuttle buses located outside Reading Train Station and running directly to the stadium, while supporters intending to drive can find offsite parking at various locations around the ground here.
Tickets for the game can be purchased direct from London Irish, starting from £22 for adults, £8 for juniors and £17 for students, concessions and emergency services. Visit www.london-irish.com or call 0118 968 1016 for more information.