If tickets do need to be collected on the day of the game, please allow plenty of time to pick up your tickets and gain entrance to the stadium to avoid missing any of the game.
In terms of travelling to the game, we have been advised by First Great Western of some engineering works which will have an impact on that day.
On Saturday 12th April the railway will be closed between Gloucester and Swindon/ Bristol Parkway. Buses will replace trains on both these routes.
Cross Country will be running an hourly service between Gloucester and Bristol via Newport. This will affect both Gloucester home supporters and travelling Bath supporters.
In addition, in a trial run for the four RWC 2015 Games that we are hosting here at Kingsholm, the City Council have arranged for Kingsholm Road to be closed for this Saturday's game.
It will be closed between 1200 and 1800hrs and the actual closure will be between Alvin Street and Sebert Street.
For those who are interested and have purchased or have been allocated parking at the ground, they will be able to access the main car park between 10am and 12 noon prior to the closure being put into force.
Once in force, access to the main car park will be permitted via Skinner Street up until 1:30pm, when a lock down will be put in place until 30 minutess after the final whistle.
Those whom use the Barnwood Park and Ride Service will be dropped off in Worcester Street and will be picked up at the same drop off location after the game.
This will enable the coach to turn right into Black Dog Way and return to the park and ride site.
The Park and Ride from Tesco's will not be affected.