Despite access to sports gambling all over the world through online sports gambling sites, sports fans in Ireland still tend to follow their favourite sports during the appropriate season. Rugby gambling enthusiast will therefore be relishing what could be the most exciting twelve months for a long time. Last weekend saw the first matches of the new 2014/15 Guinness Pro12 series, which features the Irish Provinces plus the Welsh and Scottish regions and the two top Italian sides. Last year’s winners Leinster will be hoping for another good year, and will be well fancied by Fan of gambling on rugby. This season also sees the beginning of a new era in European rugby. Following months of intense negotiations a new format has been agreed with two new competitions, the European Rugby Championship and the European Challenge Cup. First matches will take place in the middle of October and Irish rugby gambling fans will be interested to see that Leinster, Munster and Ulster all face English opposition in the first round of the Championship, with Connacht also playing English opponents in the Challenge Cup. This is another busy year for Irish sports gambling fans who enjoy gambling on rugby because November sees the first games of the season for the Irish national team, with the start of now regular series of autumn internationals. 2014/15 will be a busy year for Irish rugby internationals, because the Six Nations will be closely followed by the World Cup being held in 2015 in England. Irish rugby gambling enthusiasts who intend to follow their team during the World Cup will be pleased that Ireland will play their group games at three very impressive stadiums, with two games at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff plus one at Wembley and one at the Olympic Stadium also in London. No doubt all Irish sports gambling fans will wish them well.