Tickets for Gloucester's Zurich Wild Card semi-final against Newcastle Falcons at Kingsholm go on sale at 11am on Monday 2 May.
Following the conclusion of the 22-game Zurich Premiership campaign, Gloucester's sixth position saw them paired with seventh placed Newcastle Falcons in the one of the Zurich Wild Card semi-finals.
The winner of the clash, that will take place on Sunday 8 May (kick off 3.15pm) at Kingsholm, will play in the Zurich Wild Card final at Twickenham on Saturday 14 May, with the successful side gaining entry to next season's Heineken Cup.
Tickets are available for the fixture at Kingsholm on-line at www.gloucesterrugbyclub.com, from the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 and in person from the ticket office.
Seated Gloucester season ticket holders will have until 5pm on Wednesday 4 May to confirm their tickets, before all seats go on general sale the following day.
The ticket office will be open between 11am-5pm on Monday (2 May), 9am-5pm on Tuesday (3 May), 9am-5pm on Wednesday (4 May), 9am-6.30pm on Thursday (5 May) and 9am-5pm on Friday (6 May).
The other Zurich Wildcard semi final sees Saracens take on Worcester at Vicarage Road on Friday 6 May at 7.45pm.
Elsewhere in the Premiership, Leicester Tigers finished top of the table and gain entry to the Zurich Premiership Final to be played at Twickenham on Saturday 14 May 2005 at 3.30pm.
By finishing second and third, London Wasps and Sale Sharks, respectively, will contest the Zurich Premiership semi final. This match will take place at The Causeway Stadium on Saturday 7 May at 3.15pm, live on SKY Sports. The winner of the fixture will face Leicester Tigers in the Zurich Premiership Final.
As a result of finishing fourth in the Zurich Premiership, Bath Rugby has also qualified for Europe and will not take part in the Zurich Wildcard.
As a result of Friday's decision by the England Rugby Limited board and NEC Harlequins having finished bottom of the Zurich Premiership, the London club will be relegated to National Division One for season 2005/06.
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