May 14, 2015
Allianz Park tours - go behind the scenes
Experience the world’s largest private collection of sports memorabilia and take a behind the scenes look of the home of Saracens rugby on the new Allianz Park Tours which are on sale now.
View some of sports greatest pieces of memorabilia used by some of the planet’s sporting legends including a collection of Olympic torches dating back to Berlin in 1936, cricket bats from WG Grace and Donald Bradman, two rugby balls used in the 1995 and 2003 World Cup finals, George Cohen’s 1966 football world cup winning shirt and memorabilia from the 1995 rugby world cup in South Africa signed and personalized by Nelson Mandela.
There are hundreds of items at Allianz Park and each one of them has a unique story.
Not only will you get view and learn about all of the items on the tour with our experienced guides, you can also gain access to the areas of the stadium that are not open to the public.
Sit where Owen Farrell gets changed on a matchday and experience what it is like in the build up to big games, plus learn about the features that make Allianz Park the most sustainable stadium in the UK.
Tours cost £12 per adult with concessions £7 with family tickets also available. Tours will run depending on stadium availability so for more information or to book, please click here.
The first tour will be running on Wednesday 20 May at 11h00 - click here to book.
There is also a tour on Friday 29 May at 11hoo - click here to book.
Alternatively, you can email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling our dedicated booking office on telephone number 0203 675 6200.