Coming to the game on Sunday? Then please see the information below which will help make it a great day out.
Gates Open at 11am – Kick off is 2pm
Gates open at 11am on Sunday – so you can get to the game in plenty of time and enjoy something to eat or drink in one of the many outlets across the stadium
Happy Hour is from 11am – 12noon
Remember it’s Happy Hour in the bars from 11am – 12noon – don’t miss out.
Sunday’s match is sold out
The top of the table clash against Harlequins sold out weeks ago. It’s the third successive match to sell out at Allianz Park. Please don’t come to the ground without a ticket.
Controlled Parking Zone will be in operation
Remember that a Controlled Parking Zone will be enforced around the stadium. To avoid delay, disappointment and maybe even a parking ticket, you are strongly advised not to drive directly to the stadium and to hope for the best.
Watch Saracens Legends in action
Ex-Saracens players Thomas Castaignede, Paddy Johns, Jason Leonard and Steve Ravenscroft will be among those in action in a curtain-raiser match that starts at 11am – another reason to get to the ground early.
Use the free Saracens Shuttle
The Saracens Shuttle runs every 3 minutes between Mill Hill Broadway and Mill Hill East Stations. Every third bus, about every 10 minutes, also extends to Canons Park and will call at Edgware Station en route to Mill Hill Broadway. Edgware Station on the Northern line is closed on Sunday, but the bus will still pick up from there.
The last Saracens Shuttle leaves Pursley Road two and a half hours after the final whistle.
Man of the Match in the East Stand Bar
Don’t rush off after the game. Stay and enjoy our house band The Accidentals and also see the Man of the Match presentation in the East Stand Bar after the final whistle.
Saracens Express Leaves at 5pm
If you’ve booked a ticket on the Saracens Express, don’t forget that they leave at 5pm – still plenty of time to enjoy a drink or something to eat after the match.
Keep on the grass, but please let the players leave first
With the world’s first artificial turf pitch for professional rugby at Allianz Park, fans are invited on the pitch after the match to have a kick-around.
But please wait for the players to leave the field our staff to open the pitch access gates before you try to get on the pitch – there is no need to rush. If in doubt, please listen out for the PA announcements.
Also, please avoid taking food and drink on the pitch…but you are more than welcome to take your own rugby ball!
Wrap Up Warm
It’s almost spring…but not quite yet. Don’t forget to wrap up warm!