Special Promotion Announced For Select Seats For London Irish vs. Saracens Match At Red Bull Arena On St. Patrick’s Day Weekend March 12, 2016

Fans To Receive Discount For Select Seats For This Historic Match

TLA Worldwide ("TLA"), one of the world's leading athlete representation, sports and entertainment marketing businesses, and partner Aer Lingus today announced that select tickets are now available at a discounted price for the London Irish vs. Saracens rugby match as part of a great St. Patrick's Day celebration. Taking place at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey on Saturday, March 12, 2016, the match marks the first time that an official Aviva Premiership match will be played on US soil.

In recognition of Aer Lingus' upcoming service from Newark International Airport featuring nonstop service to Dublin with easy connections to Europe, there will be a special pre- St Patrick's Day promotion with ticket prices beginning at just $30.00 for a limited time. Some club seats are also available for as little as $200, and include access to the indoor club lounge, premium midfield seating, and all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages.

To purchase tickets as part of the new promotion visit www.LondonIrishUSA.com.

Taking place just before St. Patrick's Day, this ground-breaking announcement is ultimately a milestone in the development of London Irish and of the League which underlines the growing international interest in Aviva Premiership Rugby and showcases it in the biggest sports market in the world where rugby is currently the fastest growing team sport.

London Irish boasts one of the largest global followings of any rugby club in the UK. Established in 1898, London Irish became a founding member of Aviva Premiership Rugby in 1996 and have played in England's top division ever since. They finished as runners-up in 2008-09. Their opponent, Saracens, was founded in 1876, and is one of the longest-running sports clubs in the world. An original member of Premiership Rugby, they have won the title in 2010-11 and 2014-15 and are the current holders of the LV=Cup.

TLA has been at the forefront of rugby's growth in the US, serving as the promoter for a sold out New Zealand All Blacks vs the USA Eagles match at Chicago's Soldier Field in 2014, among other roles it has assumed to assist in the game's recent expanded position in the sports landscape.