It’s never been easier for fans to reach the Guinness PRO14 Final and now thanks to Gullivers bespoke Travel Guide supporters can plan the perfect trip for the big day out in Glasgow.
For fans travelling from Ireland, Italy, Scotland, South Africa, Wales & England the Guinness PRO14 Final Travel Guide is your first port of call to ensure you’ve got the best seats and a great place to stay.
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As the Official Travel Partner of the Guinness PRO14 Final Series Gullivers can provide hotel & ticket packages for fans wishing to take in the action of one of rugby’s most exciting games while also enjoying everything that the city of Glasgow has to offer.
Gullivers will be offering supporter travel packages to all matches of the Finals Series including the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and, of course, the Final taking place in Glasgow on May 25, 2019.
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A one or two-night hotel and ticket package is now on sale for the final, with the option for fans to register their interest for the Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals. Once the teams have been decided for the knockout stages, Gullivers will let you know as soon as our packages go on sale.
Dermot Rigley, Chief Commercial Officer, PRO14 Rugby welcomed Gullivers’ continued support of the Final Series: “It’s been so competitive in the Guinness PRO14 this season we can see through our ticket sales that fans from every competing nation are snapping up seats. What Gullivers provide are solutions for fans who want the experts in sports travel to deliver so they can get on with planning how to enjoy themselves in Glasgow.
“The game itself is becoming a real festival of rugby with fans from all clubs attending and wearing their colours no matter who is battling for the Guinness PRO14 trophy on the day, a trend which has been evident in our last three finals setting new attendance records.
“Naturally as the Guinness PRO14 Final Series kicks into gear the demand for tickets, travel and accommodation intensifies and I’d encourage anyone who wants to attend a truly historic game at Celtic Park to see what Gullivers can offer today.”
Henry Kirchner, Head of Sales & Partnerships for Gullivers, is keen to start getting fans on the road to Glasgow on May 25: “We’re delighted to renew our partnership with Guinness PRO14 for 2019. There are few better occasions in the rugby calendar than the PRO14 Final, and Glasgow is destined to be an incredible rugby destination.
“Supporters of all teams in the Championship and, indeed, all rugby fans, can look forward to what will be an incredible weekend, regardless as to who makes it through and we at Gullivers are hugely excited to be working with Guinness PRO14 again to make things happen.
“As the longest running rugby tour operator in the UK, we fully understand the needs of the travelling rugby fan and we look forward to supporting the Guinness PRO14 Final Series by providing guaranteed tickets and carefully selected hotels to provide supporters with a hassle-free, great value way of attending all of the knock-out games right up to the Final of the Guinness PRO14 at Celtic Park.”
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Website: www.pro14rugby.org www.gulliverstravel.co.uk
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ABOUT THE GUINNESS PRO14 FINAL SERIES: The Championship knock-out stages consist of six games in total. A Play-Off match to earn the 7th European Champions Cup place; two Quarter-Finals, two Semi-Finals and the Guinness PRO14 Final.
The 2nd Placed teams from each Conference will host Quarter-Finals against the 3rd Placed teams from their opposing Conferences. The winners of those games play away to the 1st Placed Teams from Conference A and Conference B in the Semi-Finals with the winners reaching the Guinness PRO14 Final.
The Champions Cup Play-Off game will be contested by the highest ranked teams from each Conference who have not automatically qualified for the Champions Cup. The team with the highest points total will be awarded home advantage with the winner qualifying for the European Champions Cup as the seventh-ranked team from the Guinness PRO14.