Churchill Cup Tickets On Sale

Fans able to purchase tickets rugby finals at Red Bull Arena

for the finals of the Churchill Cup, an international rugby event to be held on
June 19 at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ starting at 12:00 PM, are on sale.  All sales
for this event, except for group sales, will be handled online by logging on to or


Groups of 15 of more can buy tickets at a discounted rate only through the Red Bulls Front Office by calling 1.877.RBSOCCER. Ticket
prices are below:

Churchill Cup Ticket Prices (Individual/Group Rate) – Kickoffs at 12:00 PM,
2:45 PM and 5:30 PM

Club Seats: $150/NA

Midfield: $60/$55

Sidelines: $45/$40

Endzones: $35/$30

Supporters: $25/$20

North America’s premier
XV-a-side rugby tournament makes its East Coast debut at the state-of-the-art
Arena for Finals Day on June 19, following three rounds of doubleheader matches
at Infinity Park,
Glendale, Colo.
on June 5, 9 and 13.

The 2010 Tournament
lineup features the USA Eagles, England Saxons, Rugby Canada and tournament
newcomers France A, Russia and Uruguay and showcases a Rugby World Cup 2011
preview match on opening day when hosts USA face off against Russia.The
Churchill Cup will be the first non-soccer event held at the 25,000 capacity,
soccer-specific Red Bull Arena and looks to provide an unforgettable spectator

About the Red Bull
Bull Arena is a world-class sports venue located in Harrison, New Jersey.
The 25,000-seat stadium features a dynamic form roof that covers all of the
seating and features 30 Skyboxes, three premium clubs, two retail outlets and a
Kentucky Bluegrass field. Red Bull Arena is the home of the New York Red Bulls
of Major League Soccer. Red Bull Arena is privately funded stadium and owned by
Red Bull GmbH, an Austrian company that produces the worlds leading energy
drink. For more information, logo onto

Churchill Cup Background: The Churchill Cup is an alliance between the English Rugby Football
Union (RFU), Rugby Canada
and USA Rugby. The tournament was launched in 2003 and aims to develop and grow
the sport of rugby union across Canada
and the USA.
It is named after former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who shared
close ties with the United States
- his mother was American - and with Canada during the Second World War.
With support from the International Rugby Board the tournament has grown in
success since 2003 when 5,000 people attended to watch the three Alliance nations in Vancouver.
Since its introduction, both men's and women's teams from England, USA
and Canada
have participated although since 2005 it has been a men only event.
Invitational sides from Argentina,
Ireland, Scotland and New Zealand have all participated,
while there was also a women's competition in 2003 and 2004.