Leinster Rugby have this morning launched their Season Tickets for 2023/24 and as always, the first step is a renewal process for those with a seat currently.

Leinster Rugby have 12,248 Season Ticket Holders this season, and the club has this morning confirmed that there would again be no increase in the price of the season tickets for the coming season.

The club also confirmed that the Guinness Fan Zone has again been confirmed for next season at the RDS Arena following a hugely popular debut season in 2022/23.

Once again, a number of local bands and DJs have been secured to provide pre and post-match entertainment for all supporters at games at the RDS Arena and a number of additional match-day activations are also being looked at for the 2023/24 season.

Leinster Rugby CEO, Shane Nolan, said, “The current season is still very much alive and going strong but the planning for next year and indeed beyond that, can’t wait.

“We have had a brilliant reaction from our supporters this season and it’s been heartening to get through a full season with no interruptions and to see that confidence in our Season Ticket numbers and in our match day attendances.

“We are though mindful that we are all making our way out of the impact of Covid-19 and an on-going cost of living crisis and for that reason, we have decided that prices for 2023/24 will stay as they are.

“Leinster Rugby supporters stood by us during the Covid-19 pandemic and we feel that it’s important that we recognise that fact.”

Nolan also confirmed that Season Ticket Holders would not be impacted over the course of the 2023/24 season by any redevelopment works at the RDS Arena but that an update from the RDS would be the next step in the process.

“Both Leinster Rugby and the RDS Arena are hugely excited by the work already underway.

“As a club we are supporting the work of the RDS, on what is an exciting multi-purpose Arena regeneration project, to ensure that this important opportunity advances. We are excited about our long-term future in the RDS, especially having recently signed a 25-year agreement.

“When the time is right, the RDS will give the next update and I know our supporters are looking forward hugely to that.”

As well as confirming the pricing strategy, Leinster Rugby also confirmed that Season Tickets would include entry to all Leinster Rugby Women’s games, as well as any Leinster Rugby ‘A’ games played during the regular season, excluding play-offs and finals.

The key dates for current Season Ticket Holders and for members of the public looking to purchase season tickets were also confirmed by the club.

Supporters with a seat currently will have until 14 April 2023 to renew, after which time the tickets will be made available to the waiting list and finally, from 26 April 2023, the remaining tickets will be made available to the general public.

“I think we have seen so many positives on the pitch this season from Leo Cullen and his squad of players and from Tania Rosser and her squad and you see the talent that is coming through the player pathway from our clubs and our schools,” continued Nolan.

“Supporters are seeing the best of talent on a weekly basis in Energia Park, in the RDS and in the Aviva and I know there is a real and genuine excitement for what’s to come next season and beyond.”

The renewal window for Leinster Rugby Season Tickets opens this morning, while remaining tickets will be available to the public from 26 April 2023.