If you are attending Saturday’s United Rugby Championship clash with the Ospreys at Parc y Scarlets (17:15) here’s everything you need to know.
Can I buy tickets on the day?
Yes you can. The ticket office is open from 9am and will close at half-time. You can also purchase online HERE
Is the club shop open?
Yes, the shop is open from 10.00am until kick-off and then for an hour after the final whistle. Scarlets players Samson Lee, Steff Evans and Griff Evans will be in the shop at 4.15pm 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 11.30am.
When do the stadium gates open?
Hospitality can gain entry at 3.15pm, the turnstiles are open to the public at 3.45pm.
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 2.15pm. There will be a bar and plenty of food stalls (noodles, Spanish tapas & paella, hot dogs, waffles, tea and coffee, crepes & sweets). There will also be tag rugby and some great new games including ‘Rugby Rodeo’ and much more. Scarlets players Carwyn Tuipulotu, Joe Roberts and Dan Davis will also be in the barn to meet fans and sign autographs. There is also an U12s and U13s rugby festival taking place on the training field from 12.30pm.
What about the Guinness Bar & Lolfa Stradey?
The Guinness Bar (in the East Stand) will be open pre-match at 2.15pm. There will be live music from Gareth Cornfield after the game. Lolfa Stradey will be open at 2.30pm.
Will there be tag rugby at half-time?
Yes, we will be welcoming Whitland U9s and U10s, Llangwm U8s, U9s, U10s & 11s, Tumble U9s and St Clears U11s to Parc y Scarlets tomorrow.
As a mark of respect to Her Majesty The Queen there will be a minute’s silence before kick-off. There will then be a minute’s applause to pay tribute to Scarlets greats Phil Bennett and D. Ken Jones as well as former Wales captain and respected journalist and broadcaster Eddie Butler, who sadly passed away this week.