GLOUCESTER supporters can secure their place at all of the team's away Heineken Cup 2006/07 fixtures with the club's travel partner, Mike Burton Travel.
There are some superb weekends away to enjoy with Gloucester opening this season's Heineken Cup campaign away at Leinster in the city of Dublin in October.
The Irish adventure is followed by a weekend in Edinburgh in December, where supporters can mix the European rugby action with some Christmas shopping and some Scottish culture.
January sees Dean Ryan's team travel to Agen for the final rounds of matches. Mike Burton Travel will also be organising supporter travel packages to the French clash, and these will be released soon.
The Kingsholm club's official travel company are organising a range of options for supporters that include travel, transfers, centrally-located accommodation and official match tickets.
For supporters who are making their own way to the games, there are also options with hotel and ticket only. The Gloucester Rugby weekends away in the Heineken Cup are a great occasion, and supporters travelling with Mike Burton Travel are supported by an experienced travel representative throughout their stay.
All supporters who sign-up will also be entered into a series of exclusive prize draws that will include signed Gloucester Rugby Heineken Cup merchandise
.For more information visit www.mikeburton.com and register for the package information on email, or call 01452 419666.
Match Details: Leinster Vs Gloucester - Saturday 21 October, Dublin, Kick off 5.30pm. Gloucester come face to face with Brian O'Driscoll and Leinster in the opening clash of the European campaign. This is a must see - both of the rugby and the Dublin-experience. Prices start from £189 per person.
Edinburgh Vs Gloucester - Sunday 17 December, Edinburgh, Kick off 1pm. Combine the rugby with the city and there's a great weekend on offer.
Scotland's top side have a strong Heineken Cup record, and Gloucester know an away win in the Scottish capital could be crucial.Prices start from £149 per person.
Agen Vs Gloucester - Weekend of 12/13/14 January, Agen, Kick off TBC. An Anglo-French encounter that promises everything. There are a number of travel options for this game. Register your interest now to ensure you are the first to hear about the supporter travel package options.
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