10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
Ulster expect to put tickets on sale from the week commencing February 21 and full details of pricing will follow.
The stadium has a capacity of 21,500 and upwards of 6,000 Ulster fans could make the trip to the Milton Keynes venue, which is the home ground of MK Dons Football Club.
1) Tickets will be made available initially to Ulster Rugby's 2010/11 Season Ticket holders who will have the option to purchase one ticket per season ticket held, for a limited period.
2) At the end of the season ticket period, members of the Ulster Rugby Supporters for 2010/11, who have not already taken up their allocation through the season ticket channel, will have the option to purchase one ticket per membership held for a limited period. Note: this applies only to those who were registered as URSC members before January 22 of this year.
3) Following this, any remaining quarter-final tickets will be made available for purchase to those buying a 2011/12 Ulster Rugby Season Ticket. Details of season ticket prices will be released shortly.
At this stage, Ulster Rugby do not envisage that there will be any tickets on general sale thereafter.
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