Irish Rugby invites ‘Little Monsters’ along to watch Ireland train at Halloween on Friday, October 31 in the Aviva Stadium.
5,000 lucky rugby supporters will have the opportunity to watch the Irish squad put through their paces as they prepare for their GUINNESS Series matches against South Africa, Georgia and Australia.
Supporters are encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costumes to add a spooky flavour to the day.
Admission to the training session is by ticket only.
Free tickets can be ordered on Ticketmaster.ie on a first come, first served basis from 10am on Wednesday (October 22).
There is a limit of eight tickets per person and children must be accompanied by an adult.
IRFU Director of Commercial and Marketing Padraig Power said: “At the beginning of the international season it’s great for the Irish squad to get a run-out in the Aviva Stadium in front of Ireland supporters.
“As it’s Halloween, we are really looking forward to welcoming all the witches, pirates, princesses and goblins and hopefully they won’t scare the lads on the pitch too much!”