Apr 27, 2017
What's On: Saracens v Bristol
It’s the last home game of the season on Saturday so if you’re heading to Allianz Park make sure you know what’s going on at the stadium.
Saturday’s game against Bristol kicks off at 15H00.
Gates open at 12H30.
The game is heading for a sell out and only very limited tickets remain. If you’re planning on coming to the game make sure you’ve booked in advance at www.saracens.com/tickets.
Saturday marks the annual Saracens Sport Foundation match day. We’ll be hoping to raise £25,000 on the day to support the Foundation’s work in communities across North London and Hertfordshire. This year the main focus will be placed on the innovative programmes that the Foundation provide for young people with disabilities, including Sarries Skills Club, Sarries Track Club, Strictly Sarrie and our own disABILITY rugby club, Sarries RFC.
There’s plenty going on at the stadium to help us hit the target including facepainting, kicking and passing games, a Love to Dance performance and plenty of games on the piazza. Supporters can also buy raffle tickets for £5 to be in with a chance of winning a trip for two to the European Champions Cup Final in Edinburgh, including return transport on the Saracens Train, pre-match meal, tickets and hotel accommodation.
As is traditional on the last home game of the season the squad will be taking to the pitch after the game to thank fans for their support over the season so why not stick around after the game to grab a selfie or get some autographs.
Match Day Programmes
This week’s programme pays tribute to two retiring Saracens legends – Neil de Kock and Kelly Brown. Pick up a copy for £4 around the stadium.
The sale continues in the Club shop with up to £20 off replica jerseys. What’s more there’s a free Double Champions book with every replica jersey purchase – perfect for collecting autographs in. The shop will also be stocked with European Final merchandise including tshirts that are perfect for supporting the team in Edinburgh! To shop the Champions Cup final collection click here.
Getting to and from Allianz Park
There are planned changes to Northern Line services this weekend. Due to engineering work, rail replacement buses will be operating on the Northern Line to Edgware. The Mill Hill East branch is not affected.
Due to the closure of the Edgware branch buses will be running every 15 minutes from Canons Park Station entrance, with buses returning after the match more frequently.
For full shuttle times click here.
Parking for the game is sold out, please do not drive to the game unless you have pre-booked parking. The CPZ will be in operation from 13H00 – 18H00 as usual.