Tickets for England's home games at Kingsholm in the RBS U20s Six Nations early next year, will be available from Wednesday, 9th December (9am).
England will kick off the tournament at Kingsholm against Wales on the evening of Friday, 5th February (7.45pm) and then return to Kingsholm on Friday, 26th February (7.45pm) to face Ireland.
The side's last visit to Gloucester was in March 2008, when England completed the Under 20s Six Nations Grand Slam by beating Ireland 41-13.
Gloucester Rugby who have five players featured in the current U20's Elite Player Squad, are very pleased to be hosting the two matches.
Gloucester Rugby's Commercial Manager Pete Grzonka said:
"We are very proud to be hosting the England U20 RBS Six Nation matches here at Kingsholm next year. The matches proved successful back in 2008 and we hope we can attract even more interest from fans this time around".
England U20's Head coach Mark Mapletoft, who wore the Cherry and White of Gloucester with distinction during his own playing career, was equally as pleased saying:
"Once we knew that Gloucester Rugby were interested in hosting the games we were keen to go back there. There's always a good atmosphere at Kingsholm, the backing for young players is very strong and off the field the set-up is very professional. They'll do anything to help you out and we have a good relationship with them at every level.
"We're under no illusions that these will be hard games, starting with a big test against Wales, who fielded lots of young lads last year under Phil Davies and will be a much tougher task with that experience under their belts."
Tickets will be priced as follows:
Seats in the C&G and JS Stands: Adult £15, Concession £12 and Juniors £5.
Standing in the Shed and West Terrace: Adult £10, Concession £8 and Juniors £4.
Season ticket holders will be able to purchase tickets at the following discounted prices:
Adult £13, Concession £10 and Juniors £3 in the C&G and JS Stands.
Adult £8, Concession £6 and Juniors £2 in the Shed and West Terrace.
Season ticket holders will be guaranteed their own seat until Monday, 4th January 2010 for both matches.
Supporters can also save money by booking the double match package priced as follows:
Adult £26, Concessions £20 and Juniors £6 in the C&G and JS Stands.
Adults £16, Concession £12 and Juniors £4 in the Shed and West Terrace.
Book your tickets by calling the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 option 2 or by clicking here
Match day hospitality also available with prices starting from £650 plus VAT for suites, for more information call 0871 871 8781 option 4.
RBS U20 Six Nations 2010 fixtures
February 5: England U20 v Wales U20 (Gloucester)
February 12: Italy U20 v England U20 (San Dona Di Piave)
February 26: England U20 v Ireland U20 (Gloucester)
March 12: Scotland U20 v England U20 (TBC)
March 19: France U20 v England U20 (St Nazaire)
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