Its been a season to remember, reaching the playoffs in both the URC and Challenge Cup, winning an unprecedented four out of five games against South African opposition and finishing as the top Welsh team in the URC with several games to spare.

Its been a tough job shortlisting the player of the season OSCA nominees but we’ve narrowed it down to eleven – but for injuries limiting game time in black, white, charcoal, pink and green, there might have been some more extending this list even further.  Sorry if your favourite didn’t make the cut but with a 15 year age range and positions from 1 to 15 represented, there’s someone for everyone here to vote for!

2023-24 Player of the Season

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Voting is open to all Ospreys supporters and the vote closes at the end of June

For a list of previous winners, click on the image of the Honours Board below:

Congratulations to Justin Tipuric for winning the May-June Player of the Month OSCA!  This takes Tips to the top of the all time list alongside Dan Biggar with his seventh OSCA (5 player of the month and two players of the season awards).

For a full list of previous winners, click on the Honours board below

Defying odds of 50 to 1 according to the URC (what do they know), the Ospreys marched into the URC playoffs before our season eventually came to an end against reigning champions Munster.  The team bounced back from a tough game in Dublin against Leinster to take a full 10 points from the remaining Welsh derbies, first at home to Dragons and then wrapping up the regular URC season with an epic Judgement Day performance against Cardiff.   

We’ve shortlisted six players for the May-June vote. 

2023-24 Player of the Season

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Voting is open to all Ospreys supporters and the vote closes on Sunday June 16th.  For a list of previous winners, click on the image of the Honours Board below:


The International Rugby Experience, Limerick.

We’ve been contacted by the International Rugby Experience in Limerick who offer a discount for all Ospreys supporters, this weekend. They have provided the information below. 

Perfect for all ages, the International Rugby Experience is the new, world class, interactive celebration of what it takes to become a Legend of the game.

Move through six, awe-inspiring stages centered around World Rugby’s values of Passion, Discipline, Integrity, Solidarity and Respect, enjoying stories from grass roots rugby up the players, clubs and nations that have reached legendary status.

Put your own running, kicking, handling and strength skills to the test with virtual coaching by some famous faces.

Expect fun every step of the way and stunning 360 degree views of Limerick city centre to finish.

Enjoy a browse in the beautiful International Rugby Experience gift store and treat yourself to lunch, coffee or delicious cakes in the light filled café overlooking the city from the first floor.

Hear the Stories, Feel the Passion, Test your Skills at the International Rugby Experience!

 Open 9.30am – 6pm.

Tickets: Adults €17.50 / Under 18s €12.50

Discount Code: Use OSP24 to receive a €2.50 discount PER ticket!

Click to hear from the Legends of the Game!

For more info and booking, click the link below

Allow approximately 1.5 hrs for the self-guided tour.


Judgement Day returns for 2024 on Saturday 1 June with the double header event featuring the BKT United Rugby Championship Round 18 matches between Scarlets v Dragons (KO: 15:00) and Cardiff v Ospreys (KO: 17:15).

Please keep an eye out for updates for the latest information for supporters.


Due to the multitude of travel options to get to Cardiff, the OSC won’t be organising travel to Cardiff for this event but we can advise on how supporters can make their way from the City Centre to the Cardiff City Stadium.

Shuttle buses

Anyone with a ticket for Judgement Day can take the free shuttle bus service that will be in operation.  Buses will depart regularly from  the bus stops on Wood Street.  Buses will run from 15@15 and will run continuously  until 20:15

By foot

Its a 30 minute walk from the City Centre to the Stadium if you’re up for a walk to burn off some calories


Taxis are accessible from all over the city.   We’ve looked at the Veezu App for prices of taxis  – from the BBC Studios on Wood St to the ground, it says there is a fixed fare of £7.60. (I’ve no idea what Veezu is myself but I’ve had this information from one of our Cardiff based committee members so it’s reliable information!)


The No 95 bus (Cardiff city centre-Llandough Hospital-Barry) runs from Cardiff City Centre (Wood Street  JA, opposite the new BBC Studios on the same side of the road as the UK Government Offices).  the buses run every 30 minutes.  Its a 10 minute journey and get off at the Leckwith Retail Park stop (if you don’t know where the cardiff City Stadium is already!)

The buses return every 30 minutes post match up until 22:09

Bus costs are:
Adult day return – £4.70 (day to go)
Child day return – £3.10 (day to go)


There are trains running from Cardiff Central Station to Ninian Park station every 30 minutes on matchday but these can be unreliable.  Beware that this will still leave you with a 10 minute walk to the ground. 


Tickets need to be purchased directly from the stadium.  Supporters can purchase tickets here:


If you have purchased seats in the Level 5 section of the Ninian Stand, you will have been moved to a lower section of the same stand “to enhance the fan experience”.  There have been emails sent out from Cardiff City Stadium Events to let those people know who may be impacted by this change.


Meet up points

We are aware that the Ospreys won’t be laying on a Brewfest type setup as per Gloucester and as the stadium is some distance form the city centre, at the moment we don’t have any plans for meetup points as we’ve done for previous Judgement Day events.


‘Played 4, Won 2’ sounds rather average but the performances have been far from it.  April saw our Challenge Cup run end against Gloucester after our first ever European playoff win against Sale Sharks.  The team then returned to URC action and made the significant journey to South Africa to take on the Stormers and the Bulls.  Our South African results this season have yielded an amazing four wins from five and the one blot in the copy book was against 4th placed Bulls to complete April’s fixture list.

We’ve shortlisted five players for the April vote (and on this very rare occasion, there are no front rowers represented!)

2023-24 Player of the Season

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Voting is open to all Ospreys supporters and the vote closes on May 5th.  For a list of previous winners, click on the image of the Honours Board below:


Coach seats are now sold out so we have stopped sales

We are contacting everyone who has booked to confirm the pickup times by end of play on Thursday 11th April so please be patient whist we work through your contact details and confirm times with our coach company DJ Thomas.

Ospreys will face Sale Sharks in the EPCR Challenge Cup quarter finals  on April 12th, kicking off at 8pm.



  • 16:00
  • Port Talbot  Transport Hub TBC – approx 16:25 
  • Cardiff West Service Station TBC – approx 16:50


  • Neath Train Station 16:00
  • Bridgend Sarn Services TBC- approx 16:30

We ask that you are at your pick up point at least 10 minutes before departure as we will be on a tight schedule and will not be able to delay departure


  • We aim for the coach to arrive one hour prior to kick off. As this is a late kick off the coach will leave no more than 30 minutes after the final whistle

Places are non-refundable unless we are able to resell your ticket.  For Terms and Conditions of coach travel please click here

Match Tickets

To purchase match tickets, click here to go directly to the Ospreys website.