Ulster Rugby will kick-off their 2022/23 Heineken Champions Cup campaign with a trip to face Sale Sharks at AJ Bell Stadium on the weekend of 9 – 11 December.
The following weekend, Kingspan Stadium will host another legendary European encounter when reigning champions, La Rochelle, visit Belfast on 16 – 18 December.
The return leg against Ronan O’Gara’s men comes in Round 3 which takes place on the weekend of 13 – 15 January at Stade Marcel Deflandre.
The Pool stages are then rounded-off at home, when Sale Sharks come to Kingspan Stadium on 20 – 22 January.
A 2022/23 Season Ticket is the only way to secure your place at both eagerly anticipated Champions Cup home fixtures against Sale Sharks and La Rochelle, plus the Bank of Ireland Pre-Season Friendly versus Exeter Chiefs and every regular season game in the United Rugby Championship.
Season Tickets are now on general sale, priced from just £223 for adults, £125 for juniors or £595 for a family of four.
For more information, or to secure your Season Ticket now, visit ulster.rugby/seasontickets.
This year, the competition is set to serve up a host of mouth-watering match-ups, which includes the landmark participation of South African clubs.
Click HERE for the Heineken Champions Cup pools
Click HERE for the 2022/23 Heineken Champions Cup pool stage fixtures
Exact dates, kick-off times and TV coverage of each match will be announced by EPCR as soon as possible following the conclusion of negotiations with broadcasters.
Round 1 – 9/10/11 December 2022
Sale Sharks v Ulster Rugby
AJ Bell Stadium
Round 2 – 16/17/18 December 2022
Ulster Rugby v La Rochelle
Round 3 – 13/14/15 January 2023
La Rochelle v Ulster Rugby
Stade Marcel Deflandre
Round 4 – 20/21/22 January 2023
Ulster Rugby v Sale Sharks
Round of 16 – 31 March / 1/2 April 2023
Quarter-finals – 7/8/9 April 2023
Semi-finals – 28/29/30 April 2023
EPCR Challenge Cup final – Friday 19 May 2023; Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Heineken Champions Cup final – Saturday 20 May 2023; Aviva Stadium, Dublin