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200 Wales V Ireland Tickets Invalidated As WRU Obtain Injunction Against Evental Ltd

7 March 2017

The Welsh Rugby Union has obtained a High Court injunction against an unofficial ticketing operation which was re-selling tickets and operating unofficial hospitality for the 2017 RBS 6 Nations matche...

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AP Attendance Up 6.8% With Capacity For £10M More Across The League

1 March 2017

Average Aviva Premiership attendance is up 6.8% across the league this season so far from 11,696 to 12,496 compared to last year. Average stadium occupancy is up by 2.62% from 75.10% to 77.72% this se...

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Hull KR's Big Listen And Community Response Lead To Growth

22 February 2017 by Dave Williams

Hull KR have learned that there’s nothing like relegation to get to know your fans. But the process that prompted a 5-year high in memberships in 2017 - despite the fact that the club have dropped a...

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Twickenham Move East Stand Debenture Holders

7 February 2017

The Daily Mail reports that Twickenham is under fire from disgruntled debenture holders who helped bankroll the rugby stadium. Season-ticket holders in the East Stand are upset that they are being ask...

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AP Final Tickets On StubHub

6 February 2017

Premiership Rugby have renewed with ticket marketplace, StubHub. For the fourth year in row, StubHub will give rugby fans a safe and secure place to buy and sell tickets for the Aviva Premiership Rugb...

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Supporters' Costs Compared Across RL Clubs

1 February 2017

The average cost of supporting a Super League team in 2017 works out at £431. A new study by LoveMyVouchers.co.uk has revealed how the costs compare between teams in each league and the savings that ...

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