Preparations are hotting up for the Under-20s Six Nations Championship clash between England and Wales on Friday 7 March at Kingston Park (kick-off 7.45pm).
A repeat of last summer’s Junior World Cup final which England won 23-15, it promises to be a pulsating encounter at the North East’s premier rugby club.
And with tickets priced at just £10 adults and £5 juniors, this is the perfect opportunity to see the future stars of world rugby.
Newcastle Falcons have hosted two internationals within the last year, the first of those being Tonga versus a Falcons XV in November 2012, before England Saxons came to town to face Scotland ‘A’ last March.
Falcons director of rugby Dean Richards said: “It’s fantastic that Kingston Park is set to play host to international rugby once more.
“There are a number of exciting prospects coming through the ranks at international level, including our very own Scott Wilson and Zach Kibirige, and it will be a great spectacle for the North East and Cumbria public.”
England coach Nick Walshe, who is assisted by former Falcon Ian Peel, said: “Newcastle is always a good place to go and play rugby, and to be playing Wales there is great – a repeat of the Junior World Championship final.”
To snap up your tickets call the Falcons Ticket Hotline on 0871 226 6060 or click here to purchase online.
Hospitality packages are £30 per person including VAT. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Tickets are also available for the Northampton Saints and Leicester Tigers games on 23 February and 2 March respectively by calling 0871 226 6060 or click here to purchase online.