Leinster Rugby welcome Scarlets to the RDS Arena this Saturday evening, 18 November. Kick-off is at 7:35pm

Autograph Alley is back for the first time this season, while there is a plenty of action on the pitch at half-time. The Energia Sensory Bus also returns to the RDS, after a high usage rate for the Sharks and Edinburgh matches, and there is pre and post-match music behind both the Anglesea Stand and the Grandstand.

It promises to be a great night of action on and off the pitch and tickets are still available HERE.

See a full range of the activities below to get the season up and running with a bang!


There is a brilliant chance to meet some of Leinster’s stars ahead of the game, as Autograph Alley returns for the first time this season.

Bring your markers and get your cameras ready!


There will be live music, behind the Grandstand and Anglesea Stand, before and after the match. Mark Dillon will be performing behind the Anglesea Stand, as Mark Caplice will be performing behind the Grandstand.


Energia and Leinster Rugby will be bringing a Sensory Bus to the RDS for the Scarlets game, behind the South Stand.

This follows a successful trial, at the Sharks and Edinburgh matches earlier this season.

In an effort to make matchdays at the RDS Arena as inclusive as possible, the Sensory Bus will offer children who are neurodiverse with an option of a space to go to before and during the game if the crowd or noise gets a little too much.

It is wheelchair accessible and fully equipped with the latest sensory products on the market including waterwalls, a colour changing ballpool, sensory grass flooring, UV area, tactile features and much more.

Those interested will need to register interest in advance so we can manage the number of people at the Sensory Bus. Register your interest HERE.


Our new Kit Supplier, Castore, will have a shop open at the RDS Arena on matchdays so fans can shop the new Leinster Rugby and Castore jerseys, training and travel gear.

The Castore shop will be located beside the food trucks behind the Anglesea Stand, with our new merchandise available to purchase on the day.


Unfortunately due to renovation works at the RDS Arena this weekend, the Guinness Fanzone will be out of operation this weekend.

Supporters are advised to avail of other options behind the Grandstand and Anglesea Stand, before and after the match, detailed above.


The Bank of Ireland Minis returns at half-time, with Blessington, Newbridge, North Meath and Old Belvedere all taking the field.

Leinster’s Junior team and U-18 Schools team will also be on the pitch at half-time parading the Interprovincial trophies they won earlier this year.