Guinness PRO14 Final Series: Quarter-Final Fixtures

With an enthralling run-in to the Guinness PRO14 approaching the final hurdle of the regular season, PRO14 Rugby can confirm the schedule for the opening games of the Final Series.

The two Quarter-Final games that kick-off the Guinness PRO14 Final Series will be played on Saturday, May 4 – one week after the completion of the regular season.

The Quarter-Finals will be played in back-to-back afternoon slots. The second-placed team from Conference A – either Munster Rugby or Glasgow Warriors will host the third-placed team from Conference B at 3pm.

The second Quarter-Final between Ulster Rugby (B2) and Connacht Rugby (A3) will be played at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast and will kick off at 5.35pm.

Both games will be live in the Republic of Ireland on eir sport 1 and across the UK on Premier Sports 1. Coverage of both fixtures will be available via DAZN in Italy.


Quarter-Final 1 – Winners play Leinster Rugby (B1) in Semi-Final 1

Munster Rugby v Benetton Rugby/Edinburgh Rugby/Scarlets 

3pm at Thomond Park, Limerick

Live on eir sport 1, Premier Sports 1, DAZN




Glasgow Warriors v Benetton Rugby/Edinburgh Rugby/Scarlets 

3pm at Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow

Live on eir sport 1, Premier Sports 1, DAZN


Quarter-Final 2 – Winners play Glasgow Warriors or Munster in Semi-Final 2

Ulster Rugby v Connacht Rugby

5.35pm at Kingspan Stadium, Belfast

Live on eir sport 1, Premier Sports 1, DAZN


ABOUT THE GUINNESS PRO14 FINAL SERIES: The Championship knock-out stages consist of six games in total. A Play-Off match to earn the seventh European Champions Cup place; two Quarter-Finals, two Semi-Finals and the Guinness PRO14 Final.

The 2nd Placed teams from each Conference will host Quarter-Finals against the 3rd Placed teams from their opposing Conferences. The winners of those games play away to the 1stPlaced Teams from Conference A and Conference B in the Semi-Finals with the winners reaching the Guinness PRO14 Final.

The Champions Cup Play-Off game will be contested by the highest ranked teams from each Conference who have not automatically qualified for the Champions Cup. The team with the highest points total will be awarded home advantage with the winner qualifying for the European Champions Cup as t