Samoa Kids in School Uniform Go Free to Historic First Match in Apia


Moana Pasifika is excited to announce that the first 1,000 students, up to age 16, who come to Friday rugby match against the Queensland Reds will be allowed free entry to the embankment seating for the first-ever match between the two teams in Apia, Samoa on Friday 14 April.

This initiative is part of our celebration of our inaugural game on Samoan soil and our commitment of engaging with local communities to provide opportunities for young people to experience the thrill of professional rugby.

“We hope this will encourage more young fans come out and support the team, and inspire the next generation of rugby stars.”

Tomorrow, gates open at 3:30 pm, and the match is set to kick off at 5:05 pm.

“We encourage families to come early with their children wearing school uniforms to take up this special offer, which is on a first in, first served basis for 1,000 school children. Kids, 12 and under, must be accompanied by a paying adult.”

For all others, embankment tickets start from just $10 tala. Once in the Apia Park stadium, enjoy the pre-match entertainment and soak up the festive atmosphere at the game.

Moana Pasifika players look forward to putting on a great show for rugby fans in Samoa as it takes on the Queensland Reds tomorrow.

Tickets available from Digicel Samoa Retail Stores, Taumeasina Island Resort and SSAB Megastore. Starting from $10 Tala.