The Gloucester Rugby match day mascot package is a great opportunity for all young supporters to meet their heroes and run out in front of a packed Kingsholm crowd.
The mascot packages for the 2005/06 season are now available and offer a great day-out with loads of added extras.
Match day mascots have the chance to meet the players and experience the match day atmosphere from a player's perspective, as well as tickets, matchday programme, a full playing kit and signed photos of the day out.
The Gloucester Rugby match day mascot package includes:
· 4 x Buildbase stand seats
· 4 x match day programmes
· 4 x bar passes for the members bar
· Full Gloucester Rugby playing kit (Shirt/ Shorts/ Socks)
· 1 x car park pass for the club car park
· A photo of the mascot with day's captain on the pitch, prior to the game
· An opportunity for the mascot to meet some of the players after the game
The match day mascot package sells out quickly for the entire season and supporters sometimes book them up years in advance.
The package is a great day out for all young Gloucester Rugby supporters and their friends and family, it's a great birthday present or just a once in a lifetime chance to run out at Kingsholm.
The match day mascot experience is only available to Junior Gloucester Crew members and is managed by the Club's community team. The price for the great day out is £225.
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