European Champions Cup quarter final details confirmed

Wasps' European Champions Cup quarter final against Leinster Rugby will take place on Saturday 1 April, 3:15pm KO at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.  

EPCR have confirmed that Wasps will face Leinster on Saturday 1 April, 3:15 KO, in the first quarter final of the weekend, with the game also live on BT Sport. 

Season Members have an exclusive one week priority window to buy their tickets for the game and as a thank you to Season Members there will be no booking fee for these tickets during the priority window.  

That window begins at 1pm today and will end on Thursday 2nd February at 11:59pm. 

On-Sale Dates:                 

Friday 27th January from 1pm: On sale to Season/Silver Members      

Friday 3rd February: On sale to Ambassadors and Black & Gold Members      

Monday 6th February: On general sale

Wasps have tickets available for the game in the following price categories:

Category 2- £60.00
Category 3- £55.50
Category 4- £51.50
Category 5- £47.00 
Category 6- £38.50
Category 7- £30.00
Category 8- £21.50 
Category 9- £17.50 

Wasps will also be running an official supporters trip for the game, which you can register your interest in by clicking here

To buy your tickets now, simply log on to our ticketing page, visit us at the Ricoh Arena Ticket Office, call us direct on 02476786411, or click below:
     

Aviva Stadium seating plan: 



The full details for the Champions cup knock-out stages are as follows: 

(All kick-offs local time)

Saturday 1 April

QF 2: Leinster Rugby v Wasps, Aviva Stadium (15.15) BT Sport / beIN Sports

QF 4: Munster Rugby v Toulouse, Thomond Park (17.45) Sky Sports / beIN Sports

Sunday 2 April

QF 3: Saracens v Glasgow Warriors, Allianz Park (13.00) Sky Sports / beIN Sports

QF 1: ASM Clermont Auvergne v RC Toulon, Stade Marcel-Michelin (16.15) FR 2 / BT Sport / beIN Sports

Semi-final 1
 - winner of QF 1: ASM Clermont Auvergne v RC Toulon will play the winner of QF 2: Leinster Rugby v Wasps

Semi-final 2 - winner of QF 3: Saracens v Glasgow Warriors will play the winner of QF 4: Munster Rugby v Toulouse

(Matches to be played on 22/23 April)

Champions Cup final:
 Saturday, 13 May; BT Murrayfield (17.00)