Fans can now secure their seats to see the future stars of world Rugby play in New Zealand in just 76 days time, with tickets on sale for the IRB Junior World Championship 2014.
Tickets for the biggest fifteens tournament in the world outside Rugby World Cup are available through Ticketmaster from today.
Fans who buy any #JWC2014 venue pack before 31 March will also be able to buy tickets to see the All Blacks take on England in a three Test series in Auckland, Dunedin and Hamilton.
“This is a great chance for fans to enjoy a feast of top rugby in their own backyard and see the All Blacks of today and tomorrow,” said New Zealand Rugby Chief Executive Steve Tew.
“Not only can fans see the great young players of world Rugby in action, they can also secure their tickets now to what will be a really exciting Steinlager Series as the All Blacks take on England, hosts of Rugby World Cup 2015.”
JWC 2014 kicks off on Monday 2 June while the All Blacks open the series against England at Eden Park on Saturday 7 June. Three weeks later #JWC2014 climaxes with the final at Eden Park on Friday 20 June, while the Steinlager Series wraps up with a potential series decider in Hamilton on Saturday, 21 June.
IRB Tournament Director Philippe Bourdarias said: "The IRB is really excited about bringing a major Rugby tournament back to New Zealand this year. Rugby World Cup 2011 showed how the people of Auckland and New Zealand embraced a major event and we have no doubt they'll be excited about watching the future stars of world Rugby in June."
All Black graduates welcome the world to JWC 2014
Pool matches are being played at North Harbour Stadium and Pukekohe Stadium with the final at Eden Park.
Tickets are priced as little as NZ$5 for children and NZ$10 for adults. Each ticket gives fans access to all three matches played each match day at a venue.
A family of four can purchase venue packs for all matches at Pukekohe Stadium plus the finals at Eden Park for $110 and for North Harbour Stadium, the price is just $150.
“We have deliberately kept ticket prices as low as possible to encourage families to get along to what will be action packed matches as the best young players in the world play their hearts out,” said Tew.
Watch a video of Sam Cane, Aaron Cruden, Tawera Kerr-Barlow and Brodie Retallick talking about their JWC experiences here