Some of the brightest young stars in the country will get the chance to play at the famous stadium - the same venue where England Under-21s played in front of a capacity crowd in the Six Nations Championship against Ireland two years ago.
Such was the success made of that occasion, Gloucester have once again been handed an exciting fixture that captures the imagination of the rugby public.
"This should be another great occasion and the club are delighted to be able to stage this game," said managing director Ken Nottage. "We are always delighted to be able to host games of this stature because it gives our supporters another chance to watch some high quality rugby. This is also a good reflection on the club as a whole. Following the success of hosting the England Under 21's a couple of years ago, it is nice to be considered an appropriate venue for such matches. The ticket prices reflect excellent value and we hope that this brings a good crowd to Kingsholm who will all enjoy a very special evening"
Tickets will be available from Tuesday, November 15 at 9am for the game on Friday, December 2, kick off 19:30. All season ticket holders who have seats will have the opportunity to purchase their same seat(s) until 5.00 pm on Wednesday the 23.
After this date all seats will be released onto general sale the first day being Thursday 24th which we can promote as late night opening.
All adult tickets, both seating and terracing, will be priced at an early booking price of just £5 while all junior tickets are £3. The early booking scheme runs until 6.30pm on Thursday, December 1. After this date, adult tickets will be £7 and junior tickets £4
Tickets are available from http://www.gloucesterrugby.co.uk/, the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 or from the ticket office at Kingsholm. The opening hours are as follows. From 9am until 5pm Monday to Wednesday, from 9am until 6.30pm on Thursday and until 3.30pm on a Friday.