The Rugby Groud Guide

Stadium/Tickets

Stadium Name: Jersey Rugby Football Club

Stadium Address:

Rue des Landes

St. Peters

Jersey

JE4 5NQ

 

 

The Stadium

Rugby has been played in Jersey since 1879, with breaks for war and the Nazi occupation, but the modern era started when the club acquired the land for a permanent home near the airport in 1961.

The current clubhouse was opened in September 1994 and corresponded with the start of the Leagues. In the summer of 2010 there were two additions to the ground facilities. The Lord Jersey Stand was built between the 1st XV pitch and the airport road, and the Pavilion was built to the east of the main clubhouse.

Floodlights were installed around the 1st XV pitch in time for the 2011/12 season.

Alongside the Debentures only stand is bench seating. The Clubhouse Bar is opposite, with the Jersey Bowl building on one side of it, and the Pavilion Bar on the other.

At one end is a standing-room only uncovered terrace.

Jersey have lodged planning permission to build a new stand holding up to 950 people, extensions to the clubhouse, permission to use a new pitch for parking and an entrance to this from the road.

 

Tickets:

Ticket Office: 01534 746012

Opening Hours: 10am - 1pm, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Ticket Prices

http://www.jrfc.je/tickets.aspx

 

Match tickets cannot be sent to UK addresses as this will incur VAT. They can be collected on match-day from the "Advance - purchase ticket collection point" from 12.00, located near the club-house entrance

It is not possible to buy stand tickets, as this is reserved   for debenture holders.

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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