USA v. Ireland - June 10, Red Bull Arena


Tickets for USA v. IRELAND are now on sale! Visit TicketMaster to purchase.

Looking for group tickets? Those purchasing 15+ should call the Red Bull Arena Box Office at 1-877-727-6223.

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The Ireland Rugby team is returning to the United States to face the USA Rugby Men's Eagles at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey for the first match of the "Emirates Airline Summer Series" on Saturday, June 10. These two nations have not faced off since June 2013 when Ireland narrowly defeated the Eagles 15-12 at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston, TX.

Both nations were part of history during this past November's "The Rugby Weekend," when over 80,000 faithful rugby fans travelled the globe to view two international matches in Chicago, IL. As part of "The Rugby Weekend," the Men's Eagles hosted the New Zealand Maori All Blacks in front of a sold-out crowd of 18,007 in Toyota Park and Ireland defeated the New Zealand All Blacks for the first time in 111 years of fixtures between the two nations, in front of a record-setting, Irish-friendly crowd of 62,300.

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Keep the rugby party going after the USA v. IRELAND game in June! Join Play Rugby USA at their Spring Gala on Tuesday, June 13th, where you can support this NYC charity that brings the life-changing impact of rugby to local youth. Celebrate their vision of Creating A Better World Through Rugby!

This year's event will be held at the incredible waterfront venue, CURRENT, Pier 59 at Chelsea Piers. The evening features a special VIP cocktail reception, award-winning food, custom cocktails and exclusive silent and live auction packages. Purchase your tickets today at:

Play Rugby USA's mission is to use the unique power of rugby to inspire and empower youth, primarily from underserved communities, to Go Forward and realize their true potential. Started in 2003 serving 75 children from a homeless shelter in Brooklyn, Play Rugby USA has worked in and with over 400 schools and community-based organizations serving 2,000 students, with an average of 5,500 students in the program each year.

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