The British and Irish Lions will play in front of 16,500 fans. When they face Japan in a warm-up match in Edinburgh. Warren Gatland’s Lions face the Cherry Blossoms at Murray field on Saturday, June 26 (3 p.m.). Before heading to South Africa. Social distancing measures will implement. And the approval of the Scottish Government means that the warm-up match will be the first time. Fans have been able to attend Scottish Rugby’s home to see an international since March 2020. The British Lions fans can buy British and Irish Lions tickets 2021 from our website at exclusively discounted prices.

Lions to play ahead of fans at Japan warm-up in Edinburgh but some tickets holder will still miss out

 Reducing capacity, however, means that some fans that have already purchased their tickets will not be able to attend. For those who watch at home, the match against the 2019 World Cup quarter-finalists. It will broadcast live on Channel 4 and talk SPORT. The Scottish Government will maintain the capacity of the event under review in light of the latest pandemic conditions.

While it would be up to the Welsh government to decide. This development will offer some hope for rugby fans in Wales. Who will want to attend the Six Under-20 Nations this summer? Which will stage entirely in Cardiff. For British and Irish Lions tickets visit our website.

Lion fans ask to stay at home if they test positive for coronavirus or develop symptoms. While party attendees must meet their assigned arrival and departure time, follow social attachment rules. And wear a mask other than when eating or drinking. The fans can also buy Lions vs Japan tickets 2021 from our website.

Lion’s fans who bought tickets previously offered a replacement amid uncertainty. How many supporters would allowed at Murray field, with it announced last November. That the initial allocation of tickets for the 1888 Vodafone Lions cup match had sold out.

A Lions statement said: “Due to the reduced capacity following the application of the agreed social distancing measures in the stadium. A number of ticket holders will unfortunately not allowed and will refund.

“Tickets will allocate in accordance with government advice and ticketing conditions. All ticket holders will contact by Friday. May 28 to let them know if they have managed to access the event.”

Lions CEO Ben Calveley said: “It will be brilliant to see a passionate crowd back at Murray field. For what promises to be an excellent rugby match before embarking on the Tour to South Africa.

“I’m sure it will give the whole touring party a huge boost to play this game in front of Lions fans.

“We are very grateful to the Scottish Government for its commitment. And support in ensuring that this match watched by a live audience.”

Lions to play ahead of fans at Japan warm-up in Edinburgh but some tickets holder will still miss out

Scottish Rugby chief executive Mark Dodson said: “This is a crucial initiative towards returning fans to BT Murray field stadium and returning to normality.

“Thanks to our positive working relationship. we have developed with both the Scottish Government and key local partners. We are confident that we will offer a safe environment for every supporter. And look forward to participating in this unique sporting opportunity and welcoming rugby fans back to Edinburgh.”

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