SCARLETS are preparing to welcome back supporters for their final home game of the season against Edinburgh on Sunday, June 13.

The Pro14 Rainbow Cup match will be the only regional match to welcome supporters in the last game of the domestic campaign.

Capacity will be limited across the four Parc y Scarlets stands and North Terrace, with season ticket holders having priority.

There will be one ticket allocated per season ticket holder, with the possibility of being in a three household bubble.

Scarlets chairman Simon Muderack said he hopes the fixture will attract more than 1,000 supporters.

"Following the announcement by the Welsh Government on the easing of Covid-19 restrictions regarding outdoor gatherings, Scarlets can confirm that we will be welcoming supporters back to Parc y Scarlets, at a reduced capacity, for our final game of the season against Edinburgh on Sunday, June 13," said a club statement.

"We would like to thank everyone for their incredible support throughout this most testing of seasons, and we are delighted to finally be able to welcome our loyal fans safely back into the stadium.

"Working together with the Welsh Government and the Welsh Rugby Union, we have undertaken a full health and safety assessment of the stadium.

"Due to the two-metre social distancing regulations still in place, capacity will be limited across the four stands and North Terrace.

"In terms of ticketing, those who have purchased season tickets for the 2020-21 season will have priority."

Meanwhile The Ospreys have confirmed that there will be no spectators allowed to attend their Rainbow Cup fixture with Benetton Rugby at the Brewery Field on Saturday, June 12.

"We welcome the announcement by the Welsh Government to allow crowds back to sporting events, but due to timing, safety and logistical issues it is unfortunately prohibitive for us to cater for supporters at Bridgend," said a club statement.

"The Ospreys understand there will be disappointment among supporters about being unable to support the team next weekend, but we thank them for their continued support and their safety is our paramount concern.

"We will be working with the Welsh Rugby Union, the other Welsh regions, Swansea City and Cardiff City to learn lessons from the current Test events and intend to provide the best spectator experience possible for next season.

"We look forward to welcoming all Ospreys supporters back to the Liberty Stadium next season.

"The Ospreys will unveil our plans for the return to rugby for the 2021/22 campaign, with the full details of a new season membership campaign to be announced in the next few weeks."