Guinness Pro14 Final 2019 Date, Time, TV Channels, Final Teams: The Pro14 which is also known as the Guinness PRO14 is a yearly rugby union tournament comprising professional sides from Ireland, Italy, Scotland, South Africa, and Wales.
The league is considered to be one of the three major professional leagues in Europe as well as the most successful European teams from which go forward in order to contend in the European Rugby Champions Cup, the pan-European tournament which swapped the Heineken Cup after the 2013–14 season.
The 2018–19 Pro14 is the eighteenth season of the professional rugby union tournament initially known as the Celtic League. It is the second season to be denoted as the Pro14.
In the beginning, there was a total number of fourteen teams who contended in this season such as:
- Four Irish teams: Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Ulster
- Two Italian teams: Benetton and Zebre
- Two Scottish teams: Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors
- Two South African teams: Cheetahs and the Southern Kings
- Four Welsh teams: Cardiff Blues, Dragons, Ospreys, and Scarlets
When is the Grand Final of 2019 Guinness Pro14?
The Pro14 final is going to be held on May 26 with the kick off at 6:30 pm. The final is on the same day when the Scottish Cup final will held at Hampden which includes Celtic and Hearts.
Where is the 2019 Guinness Pro14 Final match taking place?
The final match of 2019 Guinness Pro14 is going to take place at Celtic Park, which holds the total number of 60,000 people.
Who are in the Finals?
Right now, the Pro14 is still going on and it is in its Semi-Finals. The first semi-final match was held on 17 May 2019 at 19:35 between Glasgow Warriors Scotland and Ireland Ulster at Scotstoun Stadium. Glasgow Warriors Scotland made to the finals and the next team is yet to be declared from today’s match which is going to be held between Leinster Ireland and Ireland Munster on 18 May 2019 at 14:30 in RDS Arena.
Where to watch 2019 Guinness Pro14 Final?
The final match is going to be on TV with Premier Sports having the rights to the Pro 14. Free Sports is also going to show PPro 14 matches.
How to get to Celtic Park?
Celtic Park is located in the east end of Glasgow and is easily accessible from the M8 on junctions 12,13 and 14. There are also a number of bus services that run to the stadium. The 2, 61, 64, 255 and 240 buses also go to Tollcross Road and you would get off at the Parkhead Forge Shopping Centre from there you can walk down to Celtic Park.
Also, there are few trains that move from Glasgow Central or Argyle Street to Dalmarnock and Bridgeton and is going to leave you with a 15 minutes walk of the ground.
2019 Guinness Pro14 Quarter-finals
Date: 4 May 2019
Teams: Munster Ireland 15–13 Italy Benetton
Location: Thomond Park
Date: 4 May 2019
Teams: Ulster Ireland 21–13 Ireland Connacht
Location: Kingspan Stadium
2019 Guinness Pro14 Semi-finals
Date: 17 May 2019
Teams: Glasgow Warriors Scotland 50-20 Ireland Ulster
Location: Scotstoun Stadium
Date: 18 May 2019
Teams: Leinster Ireland vs Ireland Munster
Location: RDS Arena
2019 Guinness Pro14 Final
Date: 25 May 2019
Teams: Glasgow Warriors Scotland vs Ireland
Location: Celtic Park