The Ulster Rugby Supporters Club (USRC) is pleased to announce that applications for membership for Season 2018/19 are now open. Membership costs £12 for Adults and £6 for Juniors (under 18’s). We also offer a family membership for £30.

If you were a member in 2017/18, you will be sent an email giving a personal link which makes renewing your membership very quick and easy. For anyone who wasn’t a member last season and wishes to join, please click here.

The Ulster Rugby Supporters Club was established in 2004 and is the Official Supporters Club of Ulster Rugby.

Joining URSC brings the following benefits:

  • Free prize draw for two stand tickets for each Ireland’s Autumn Internationals and Six Nations matches at the Aviva Stadium (adult members only).
  • Ballot for right to purchase tickets for all Ireland home internationals at the Aviva Stadium (adult members only).  URSC allocation is 60 tickets per match.
  • Priority booking for European Cup away games and knockout matches. Season Tickets Holders will get first priority, followed by URSC members.  There will also be an allocation of tickets reserved solely for non-season ticket holding URSC members should we qualify for an away quarter final.  These tickets will be allocated to URSC on the same day as the Season Ticket allocation and distributed by URSC.
  • ‘Meet the Players’ events, run in conjunction with Ulster Rugby and usually hosted in the A&L Goodbody Lounge in the Premium Stand.
  • Passes for access to Spirit of ’99 Bar are available on application to URSC.  (Restricted to six per match).
  • Discounted away travel to Guinness Pro 14 League matches in Ireland.  Away travel to Scotland may be arranged, subject to match kick off and ferry timings.
  • Official URSC lapel badge, car sticker and welcome gift.
  • Competitions and prize draws on the URSC web site, Facebook page and Twitter.
  • Vote for Player of the Month and Player of the Year.

In addition, the URSC is delighted to sponsor the Jack Kyle Bursary, which is awarded annually to support the Ulster Academy. The bursary scheme was set up in 2007, using surplus club funds, and currently amounts to £2,500 each season.