Everything you need to know if you’re coming to the game tomorrow

Rob LloydNews

If you are attending Saturday’s United Rugby Championship clash with Ulster at Parc y Scarlets (13:00) here’s everything you need to know.

Can I buy tickets on the day?

Yes you can. The ticket office is open from 8.30am until half-time.

Is the club shop open?

Yes, the shop is open from 9am until kick-off and then for an hour after the final whistle. Scarlets players Scott Williams, Carwyn Tuipulotu and Joe Roberts will be in the shop at 12pm for photos and autographs with fans.

Where can I park?

Public parking is in Car Park B on the Trostre Park side. Cost is £5 per car on the gate. The car park gates open at 9.30am.

When do the stadium gates open?

Hospitality can gain entry at 11.00am, the turnstiles are open to the public at 12pm.

Is there a shuttle bus service?

Yes, there is as shuttle bus in operation for this game

Here are the details

Is the Supporters Village open?

Yes, our Supporters Village will be open to the public from 11am. There will be a bar and plenty of food stalls (pulled pork rolls, crepes, sweet cart, hot dogs, coffee, cocktails and a bar outside on the grass area). There will also be tag rugby and some fun for the kids games including bouncy castle, kicking simulator and a reflex light game. Scarlets players Aaron Shingler, WillGriff John and Griff Evans will be in the barn to meet fans and sign autographs. ‘This River’ will be playing in the barn after the match.

What about the Guinness Bar & Lolfa Stradey?

The Guinness Bar (in the East Stand) will be open pre-match at 11am. The Lolfa Stradey Lounge opens at 11.30am.

Will there be tag rugby at half-time?

Yes, we will be welcoming Llanelli Wanderers U7s,  Ammanford U7s, Tenby U8s, Pontyates U8s,  Tumble U10s and Carmarthen Athletic U10s.

There will be an official opening of the Stradey Centenary Gates at 11am.