Jan 27, 2017
EPCR quarter-finals - Saracens vs Glasgow fixture update
Saracens can confirm their European Champions Cup quarter final fixture against Glasgow Warriors will take place at Allianz Park on Sunday April 2, kick-off 13h00, after EPCR confirmed the dates, kick-off times and venues for the last-eight fixtures earlier today.
The game will take place at Allianz Park, with the capacity of the ground being temporarily increased to 15,000 for the game.
Following EPCR’s confirmation that the game will be played at Allianz Park we are finalising the build of the game on the Saracens ticketing platform and we can confirm that Season Ticket Holders will be able to purchase their tickets early next week. Please note tickets will not be on sale this afternoon.
As with knock-out fixtures in previous seasons, Season Ticket Holders will have a priority window to purchase their usual match day seats at Allianz Park with a 25% discount on the face value of the tickets. Following this, tickets will be released to Saracens members and ultimately onto general sale subject to availability. Fans travelling from Glasgow are advised to purchase directly through Glasgow Warriors as the Club will receive an allocation of tickets for sale to visiting fans ahead of the general sale release date.
For more information regarding the game, please contact Supporter Services on 0203 675 7200, selecting option 1 or email email@example.com
Champions Cup Quarter-Finals
(All kick-offs local time)
Saturday 1 April
QF 2: Leinster Rugby v Wasps, Aviva Stadium (15.15) BT Sport / beIN Sports
QF 4: Munster Rugby v Toulouse, Thomond Park (17.45) Sky Sports / beIN Sports
Sunday 2 April
QF 3: Saracens v Glasgow Warriors, Allianz Park (13.00) Sky Sports / beIN Sports
QF 1: ASM Clermont Auvergne v RC Toulon, Stade Marcel-Michelin (16.15) FR 2 / BT Sport / beIN Sports
Semi-final 1 - winner of QF 1: ASM Clermont Auvergne v RC Toulon will play the winner of QF 2: Leinster Rugby v Wasps
Semi-final 2 - winner of QF 3: Saracens v Glasgow Warriors will play the winner of QF 4: Munster Rugby v Toulouse
(Matches to be played on 22/23 April)
Champions Cup final: Saturday, 13 May; BT Murrayfield (17.00)