Aug 26, 2015
What's on at the Summer Gathering?
Will you be joining Saracens at the Allianz Park Summer Gathering on Sunday August 30th?
With August 30th fast approaching the home of the Aviva Premiership Champions will be opening its doors for an action packed day for all the family and entry is free of charge.
Throughout the day the Shop will be open selling the 2015/16 new Nike kit, with Players on hand for signings and selfies.
There will also be a Petting Zoo, Arts and Crafts stalls will be at the ground, with Power League Penalty Shoot Outs, Touch Rugby and Cheerleader sessions also being ran throughout the day. We will also have Zorb Football and a climbing wall for the more adventurous of you.
For refreshments, the bars will be open a there will be a family BBQ to tuck into.
Here is a full schedule on how the day will unfold:
What’s on and when?
Summer Gathering Open from 11h300 – 16h00
Michael Lynagh Book Signing 12h00 – 13h00 in the Saracens Shop
For Saracens fans, the Summer Gathering really is a treat. To kick the day off we have Saracens legend Michael Lynagh at Allianz Park for an exclusive book signing of his eagerly anticipated autobiography, ‘Blindsided’. The book will hit the shelves in the UK on Thursday September 10, but fans will be able to pre-purchase the book online (click here) and pick it up from the Saracens shop on the day.
Meet the Squad 14h15 Pitch Side
We speak to our Premiership winning heroes including skipper Alistair Hargreaves and new signing Michael Rhodes about last season successes, the campaign ahead and glance towards the upcoming Rugby World Cup.
Changing Room Behind the Scenes 14h30 & 15h00
Get the behind the scenes low-down of a match day at Allianz Park. Saracens Team Manager JP O’Reilly and a selection of players will take you into the inner-sanctum of the Premiership winners changing room.
Meet the Squad 15h30
Some of our younger crop of players such as Nathan Earle, Nick Tompkins, Maro Itoje join the doyen of the ‘WolfPack’ Paul Gustard on stage to talking about season ahead and progression of the younger guys through the academy and in to the senior set-up.