TRAVEL

We have arranged a couple of meeting places in Newcastle for those making the trip north next week.

On Friday night, we will be using The Bridge Tavern as our base.

It is situated in the city centre underneath the Tyne bridge. Supporters will be there from around 7pm onwards.

http://www.thebridgetavern.com/

On Saturday, we will be meeting in The Tap & Tackle which is located at Kingston Park in the East stand. Here, we will be congregating from approx 2pm onwards with members of the Falcons Supporters Club joining us from 4pm. Free curry is usually served here 30mins after the final whistle so it’s likely we’ll be meeting back here after the game!!
http://www.newcastlefalcons.co.uk/Forms/Conference/Tap-And-Tackle

We hope to see lots of you there!

We can now confirm a bus WILL be running to Newport on New Years Day.

Tickets are just £10 and can be paid for in the Riverside on 27th December or by contacting travel@ospreyssupportersclub.com. We will contact those who have already booked to sort payment.

TIMES
Liberty:2:15pm
Neath Train Stn:2:30pm
Port Talbot Train Stn: 2:45pm
Bridgend Services:3:00pm

Return: 1 hr after final whistle.

Please arrange your own match day tickets!

2016-12-grenoble-away-meetingGrenoble Supporters Club have kindly offered to meet with Ospreys supporters travelling to Grenoble pre match at Le Siege (bar/resteraunt).  Le Siege is in the sports park area adjacent to the ground and set under the grandstand used for the 1968 Winter Olympics speed skating!

Time:

From 18:00 (kick off is 20:45)

Place:

Le Siege,

18 Boulevard Clemenceaux

38000 Grenoble

+33 4 76 54 54 54

As it’s a 17:05 kick off and most people should have surfaced in time, we are looking to run a coach to Newport for our Pro12 New Years Day match against the Newport Gwent Dragons.  It will be a great opportunities to blow away the cobwebs and start the year as you mean to go on – following the Ospreys!

Bus tickets will be available at the Grenoble match and will also be able to be bought online (sort of – details TBC).

Keep an eye out for prices and details of pick up points/times over the coming week or so.

 

 

logo-lou-rugbylougdunumsWe’ve been in contact with Lyon’s supporters club Les Lougdunums and arranged a meet up on Friday evening with them.

They have arranged to meet us at 9am at the Ninkasi Gerland  which is near a subway stop. A brewery, bar menu, live music…..looks good so see you there!

Here’s a map:

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We received this today – sounds like a great option for travelling supporters to meet up pre match in Belfast!

“Good morning, my name is Patrick Baird and I am the chairman of Malone RFC which is based a 6 minute walk from the Kingspan stadium, I am writing to invite any travelling supporters to come to Malone before or after the game on Saturday evening, we will be showing the Munster V Zebre game before the game between Ulster and the Ospreys and there will also be a couple of local games being played from 2.30pm here at Malone, we have two good sizes bars with plenty of tv screens for watching the matches, we will also have a bar food menu available, we have catered for many visiting team supporters and we were the fan zone base for Edinburgh for the Pro 12 final, we had over 500 supporters with us that day so we are well used to coping with large numbers, being a traditional rugby club ( 125 years old next season ) we enjoy great banter and sing songs to add to the atmosphere. Are bar prices are obviously at club prices and are far cheaper than the high street bars and are pints are over £1 cheaper than the bar at Kingspan. We would be delighted if any of your supporters would like to join us at Malone for a beer or two before walking over to Kingspan.
Many thanks and best of luck on Saturday evening, yours in rugby,

Patrick.”

Singha 7s final

After qualifying for the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series Final for the first time, we are pleased to announce that the OSC will be running a day trip to the Ricoh Arena.

Seats are £20 per person.  Could all those who are interested please email: melanie@ospreyssupportersclub.com Payment will be via bank transfer.

The pick up points will be:

08:00 Swansea Liberty Stadium (parking available at owners risk)

08:20 Neath Railway Station

08:30 Port Talbot

08:45 Cardiff West Services

08:50 Cardiff Gate Services

PLEASE CAN YOU BE AT THE DEPARTURE POINT BEFORE THE ALLOCATED TIME.

To book match day tickets directly from Wasps, click here

The Ospreys 7’s squad relax after securing qualification for the finals.

 

2016 WORTHINGSTONS OFFICIALWe are delighted to announce that Worthington’s have confirmed with DJ Thomas that they will be supplying 4 FREE coaches to transport supporters to Cardiff for Judgement Day. The coaches will be run by the OSC on a first come first served basis.

 

DJTHOMASDue to the Swans playing that day (Sat 30th April) the coaches will depart from Wellington Street (between Tesco’s and Debenhams) Swansea at 10:30am.
The buses will also pick up at Neath Railway Station at 10:45am and Port Talbot Railway Station at 11:00am.

Please be at your designated pickup point 10 minutes before the planned time.  Times are subject to change, so please keep an eye on the OSC and Ospreys Rugby website & social media.

The buses will return 30 minutes after the final whistle of the second match.

To book your FREE seat, then please contact Melanie Maggs on: melanie@ospreyssupportersclub.com clearly stating your name and contact telephone number (mobile preferred) plus how many seats you require and where you would like to be picked up.

If there are any seats remaining, we will also be taking bookings in the Riverside pre and post match at the next game against Treviso.

We would also like to take this opportunity to invite supporters to the Great Western near Cardiff Central Railway Station before the game. This has proved to be extremely popular in previous years.

Firstly we would like to thank all supporters who used the OSC coach transport to Exeter last weekend.  We are sure that the majority of you will agree that it was a successful trip despite the result. However we would like to take this opportunity to apologise to those supporters who travelled on Bus 1.

It has come to light that one individual appeared to be highly intoxicated and became abusive and threatening to fellow passengers and OSC representatives. We do not condone such actions and behaviour such as this will not be tolerated. Any perpetrators will be banned from future travel with the OSC.  We do not want to tarnish the fantastic reputation that our supporters have.

The OSC representatives who travelled on the coaches are volunteers who give up their own time to make sure that all supporters have a smooth and enjoyable journey.  They do not need to be subjected to abuse.  The same can be said for fellow passengers.

We are all travelling to away games with the same sole purpose, to support the Ospreys and have a good time, and we want to this to take place in a safe and inclusive environment on all trips