Apr 13, 2018
What's On: Saracens vs Bath
On Sunday Sarries welcome Bath to north London as the Aviva Premiership returns to Allianz Park.
With the game kicking off at 15H00 gates will open at 12H30.
Sunday’s game is sold out and supporters are encouraged not to travel to the ground unless they are in possession of a valid match ticket.
With Chris Wyles making his 250th appearance on Sunday afternoon we caught up with him during the week for a special programme feature. Pick up your copy for £4.
We’ve got some unmissable offers on in store this weekend including buy one get one free across a range of BLK kit and training wear. Perfect for splitting the cost with a friend or kitting out the whole family there’s plenty to choose from in the range!
Following Sunday’s game we’ll be opening up the pitch post-match for the annual end of season signing session. Make sure you stick around after the final whistle for the chance to collect the signatures of some of your favourite Sarries stars.
This weekend’s game is dedicated to Restart Rugby who provide financial, practical and emotional support to ill and injured players, during and after their professional rugby career. To bid on a range of signed merchandise in aid of the charity click here.
Check out the Stormforce tackle bag challenge pre-game on the throws field behind the Piazza. Finish in the top two and you could win the chance to take part in the challenge on the pitch at half time!
Pay a visit to Carter & George, an elite medical care facility offering a multi-disciplinary approach to your care and set up by Saracens’ Jamie George. on the Piazza on Sunday afternoon. Come by to find out more about Carter & George’s services and pick up some giveaways, enter a competition to win a sign British and Irish Lions shirt and find out how Carter & George can help you.
Saracens Shuttle bus times are available here.
From 10:00 on Wednesday 11 April until Tuesday 19 June 2018, Cadent Gas will be replacing a section of the gas main on the A406, North Circular between Courtleigh Gardens and Golders Green Road. During the work the A406 will be reduced from three lanes to two, westbound only, between Courtleigh Gardens and Golders Green Road. Roads in and around the area will be busier than usual, especially if you are travelling westbound. Buses in the area will also be affected.