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Sold out: Tickets for Ulster's Champions Cup quarter-final in Leinster gone just hours into general sale

Ulster Rugby fans are set to travel in number to the Aviva Stadium in March.
Ulster Rugby fans are set to travel in number to the Aviva Stadium in March.

If you haven't got your tickets for Ulster's Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final in Leinster, you're out of luck.

The province have announced that the much-anticipated tie at the 51,711-seater Aviva Stadium has sold out just hours after going on general sale at 10am on Thursday morning.

That followed priority booking for Ulster and Leinster season ticket holders.

“Our supporters have once again rallied behind the team and will be travelling in their thousands to the Aviva Stadium at the end of March," said Fiona Hampton, Ulster Rugby's Head of Sales & Marketing

“The support at home and away, especially in Europe, has been phenomenal this season, and I know that it’s made a big difference to the players at crucial times. This was particularly evident in last two rounds of the Champions Cup as we fought our way to hard-earned wins against Racing 92 and Leicester.

“Thanks for your continued support.”

The match will be played on Saturday, March 30 at 5.45pm.

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