RUGBY UNION

International Rugby: Wallabies v Ireland

 

The Qantas Wallabies host Ireland in the decider of the first three-Test series ever played between the two nations this Saturday at Allianz Stadium.

The Wallabies took game one in Brisbane but then tasted defeat for the first time on home soil since 1979 in Melbourne last weekend.

Wallabies fans are the heart and soul of Australian rugby and the ARU are calling for supporters to stand behind their team as they strive to clinch the series and fight for national pride in the harbour city this weekend.

Members gates will be opening at 5pm and the rest of the ground will be open for business from 5.30pm.

 

 

Member information and access

Member information and access

Members' gates open at 5pm

Play commences at 8pm

Platinum Cards, Gold Member Cards and Gold Guest Cards will admit to this fixture. Club Cards (both Red and Blue) will not admit to this fixture and additional Member passes are not available for purchase.

Reserved Seating will be located in Bays 59 to 61 & 65 to 67. Un-reserved seating will be available in all remaining Bays on a first-in basis. A capacity attendence is expected. Members and their Guests are advised to arrive early to secure seats.

Stadium map

 

What's on for Members

What's on for Members

Club XV

Club XV will once again be an exclusive zone for members and guests during and after the Wallabies Test.

Located in the Indoor Cricket Centre, next to the Walk of Honour, Club XV will cater for every members' needs on a busy night of international rugby at Allianz Stadium.

DJ entertainment will be happening after the game at Club XV until 11.30pm.

Azure Cafe

Azure Cafe is putting on a feast ahead of the Wallabies’ Test with a poolside band and a fine selection of salads and refreshments available.

Sydney Live Plaza

Sydney Live Plaza

The Sydney Live Plaza will be a hive of activity with the big screen set up and plenty of food and beverage options available.

Kids Zone

The Kids Zone will be located on the Walk of Honour tennis courts if you’re looking to mix it up a bit before the big game.

Pre and post match

Pre and post match

The final Test of the All Blacks-France series will be shown live on two big screens ahead of Saturday's match with food outlets, premium beer and wine available throughout the lounge areas.

A special lamb shank Guinness pie will be served as part of a selection of meats from the carvery.

DJ entertainment will be happening after the game at Club XV until 11.30pm.

Where to eat

Where to eat

Sydney Live Plaza

Doyles Seafood

Groundsmen Grill

Pie Emporium

House of Gozleme

Ice Cream Cart

Club XV

The Carvery

Doyles Seafood

Other outlets

Captains Cafe, Level 2 Bay 61 and Bay 65 Cafe, Level 3

Where to drink

Where to drink

Club XV

Captains Bar Level 2

Sydney Live Plaza Bar

Peroni Bar, Bay 69

Ambassadors Bar, Level 3

Island Bar, Sydney Live Plaza, Azure Cafe

4 Pines Bar, Noble Food Court

The Entertainment Quarter

The Entertainment Quarter

Stop by the Entertainment Quarter before the match for dinner and a drink.

There are a huge variety of quality bars and restaurants on offer from, Indian to Italian, Schnitzel, burgers, Asian cuisine and many more.

EQ has a vibrant outdoor atmosphere and some funky bars for pre-match catch up with mates.

Spend over $10 in the precinct and get your Wilsons parking validated back to casual rates.

For more info go to www.eqmoorepark.com.au

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