Gloucester Rugby video showcase

Take a tour of Kingsholm Stadium and see the legendary Gloucester Rugby in action, in this latest SoGlos video showcase featuring Cherry and Whites winger Tom Voyce.

Gloucester Rugby is not only one of Gloucestershire’s most exciting sporting venues, but it’s also a firm favourite with AVIVA Premiership Rugby fans from across the south west, who regularly flock to the Kingsholm Stadium to see the Cherry and Whites in action.

SoGlos joined the crowds on Saturday 15 October 2011 during the LV= Cup match against Sale Sharks to capture some of the thrilling action, from supporters arriving and snapping up their tickets, to the 1873 Club and families taking their seats in the 16,500 capacity venue.

Plus, you can also expect to see some amazing tries from the Gloucester Rugby boys, who were in top form on the glorious autumn afternoon.

To find out more about enjoying a truly great day out supporting the local legends, see Gloucester Rugby or visit gloucesterrugby.co.uk directly.

© SoGlos

Wednesday 23 November 2011

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