England vs Ireland U20s Six Nations | StoneX Stadium | 12th March 2022.
Saracens will be hosting England U20 vs Ireland U20 in the Six Nations Championship on 12th March 2022 at StoneX Stadium! Think epic rugby, future stars, and the usual StoneX fun and games off the pitch. Prior to KO we will be screening the Guinness Six Nations England vs Ireland game at the Stadium, live streaming from 16:45. So head on down to StoneX Stadium and enjoy a day of great rugby!
Gates open: 16:15
Screening of England vs Ireland: 16:45
Enjoy international rugby in first-class hospitality for just £99 (inc VAT).
Fez Club lounge access from 16:15, exclusive screening of the Guinness Six Nations England vs Ireland Men fixture (pre-game), two-course premium carvery served at Half Time, dessert buffet served at Full Time, complimentary beers, wines and soft drinks until 19:15, exclusive cash bar after 19:15, East Stand platinum seating to watch the game!
Parking is available for the game based on a first come first serve basis. You will need to pre-book your parking space prior to arriving at the stadium. Click the button below to purchase your parking space.
FOOD AND DRINK
There will be numerous food and drink options available on the day including pizzas, sushi, bars, hot drinks and much more!
Saracens continues to treat supporter safety and its Duty of Care to anyone attending StoneX Stadium with the utmost importance.
Following the Government’s announcement to stand down Plan B protocols in relation to Covid, there is no stipulation to complete a health declaration or lateral flow test to secure stadium access. Covid 19 infection still remains a risk – Saracens cannot completely eliminate the risk of COVID-19. Therefore, if you feel uncomfortable with the risk, you should not attend a match. We would ask you NOT to attend StoneX Stadium if you have returned a positive COVID-19 test within 5 days of the fixture, or if you have any COVID symptoms – including a high temperature, new continuous cough, or a loss of sense of taste/smell.
Whilst there is no legal obligation to do so, in order to assist with the safety and wellbeing of all stadium visitors, spectators should consider using a face covering in indoor areas and congested areas around other people.
We continue to work closely with our partners at DCMS, PRL and the London Borough of Barnet to ensure that we place the safety of our supporters at the forefront of our planning for upcoming match days.
Please click here to view our Covid-19 Spectator Code of Conduct and we ask that you read and adhere to this whilst on site.