Saracens - What's On This Sunday At Allianz Park

Apr 28, 2016

What's On This Sunday At Allianz Park


It’s the last home game of the regular season this Sunday and we’ve got plenty on at Allianz Park to celebrate!

Have Your Photo With The Six Nations Trophy

The Six Nations and Triple Crown trophy will be making their way to Allianz Park on Sunday. Head to the Olympic Bar before kick-off for a chance to have your photo taken with some of the most prestigious silverware in rugby!

Players Take To The Pitch Post Match

As is tradition after the last home game of the season the players will be returning to the pitch after the game to say thank you to all the fans for their amazing support throughout the season. Why not stick around after the final whistle for the chance to get autographs and a selfie or two with your favourite Saracens stars?

Farewell Jacques

Jacques Burger will play his last game of professional rugby on Sunday before he retires. Join us as we say goodbye to a real Saracens warrior.

Take Your Seat

This season Premiership Rugby are giving supporters the chance to have their photo taken with the Aviva Premiership Rugby Trophy while sitting in the ‘Take Your Seat’ dugout. The dugout will be at Allianz Park on Sunday and will be open for photos from one hour before kick-off and at half-time. By having your picture taken in the dugout you will be entered into a prize draw to win tickets to the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final, and one lucky winner will win the chance to take the trophy out on to the pitch at the final on 28 May at Twickenham!

For more details visit www.premiershiprugby.com/final/takeyourseat

Passing The Torch Ceremony

There will be a hand over torch bearing ceremony to mark the start of the count-down to the very first Barnet Unity of Faiths Festival which will take place this summer. The Festival has been organised by the Barnet Multi Faith Forum in partnership with Saracens, Barnet Council, Community Barnet, The Unity of Faiths Foundation and Middlesex University among others. It will be open to people of all ages, cultures and abilities, and of all faiths or none, and will celebrate the very best of local music, dance, sport, food and culture. On Sun the Mayor of Ealing Madame Mayor Cllr Harbhajan Kaur Dheer will hand over the torch escorted by young football players of the borough to Barnet Mayor Cllr. Mark Shooter also escorted by young rugby players from Saracens. A signed football from Ealing will also be exchanged with a Saracens Rugby ball as part of the launch of the event.

 

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