Three lucky readers will have the chance to be part of this memorable occasion by taking part in our easy-to-enter competition
It has been 10 years since Ulster faced international opposition in Belfast. Portugal were the last nation to play - back in 2008 in the old Ravenhill.
On Friday, November 9, South American side Uruguay will visit Belfast as part of a short tour as they continue their preparations for next year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan.
A Tier Two nation in World Rugby, Uruguay are currently ranked 18th in the world.
They have had to play bridesmaid to Argentina over the years in the South American Championship - they won the bi-annual tournament back in 1981 - but they have been regular qualifiers for the World Cup.
Their appearance in Japan - just less than a year from now - will be the fourth finals they have contested.
Los Teros - as the Uruguayans are known - are regarded as one of the stronger fringe nations in world rugby and will present a good challenge for the Ulster side, who will include several of their exciting young players who have hit the headlines recently, including Michael Lowry, Robert Baloucoune and James Hume.
Johnston Press in association with Ulster Rugby, is offering three lucky readers the chance to be part of this memorable occasion by taking part in our easy to enter competition.
A family ticket (two adults, two children) is the prize on offer to each of three winners.
All you have to do is answer the question posed correctly and then follow the instructions on how to enter.
QUESTION: Which nation last played Ulster in an international in Belfast?
A) New Zealand
To enter: Email the correct answer to firstname.lastname@example.org making sure to include your name, address and a daytime telephone number.
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Entries must be received by 4pm on Wednesday, November 7.
The three winners will be drawn from random from the correct entries. Winners will be notified by telephone and email.