The Rugby Groud Guide

Ulster Rugby-The Basics

City: Belfast

Country: Northern Ireland

Club: Ulster Rugby

Founded: 1879

 

Ground Opened: 1923(Re-developed in 2009 and 2012-14)

Stadium Name  Kingspan Stadium

Stadium Address              85 Ravenhill Road

                                                                Belfast

                                                                BT6 0DG

                                                                Northern Ireland

                Telephone          (44) 2890 493 222

Fax         (44) 2890 491 522

                Capacity               18,196

               

Club Web Site:

 www.ulsterrugby.com

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/ulsterrugby

Twitter:

@UlsterRugby

Home Colours:  White

Away Colours: Red Shirts/White Shorts

League (2015/16) RaboDirectPro 12

Fixtures (2015/16):www.ulsterrugby.com      

 

 

 

 

 

               

 

Updated October 2015

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2014

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