This is the moment that counts.
The moment that takes everything that has come before and brings it together on the ultimate stage.
This is biggest battle, the fiercest rivalry, the brightest spectacle.
Welcome to the Showdown Part I.
Introducing The Showdown…
Saracens will head to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 28th March 2020 for the first instalment of The Showdown. The fixture will mark the first in a series of fixtures at the new stadium following the announcement of a five year partnership between Sarries and our fellow north Londoners, Spurs that will see Tottenham Hotspur Stadium become our home from home.
Opened in April 2019, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is one of the most exciting sports venues in Europe and the perfect venue for hosting this unmissable head to head between old rivals Sarries and Quins.
Save 25% on your tickets with a Saracens membership
The early reward window for the Showdown is now closed but you can still save on your match tickets when you become a Saracens member.
1876 Members enjoy a 25% discount on two Red & Black category tickets while 28 Club members benefit from 25% off two Gold category tickets.
If you’re a season ticket holder you can still claim your ticket for the game. Book now now by calling 0203 675 7200.
If you’re a group of twenty or more you could save on your tickets with our group offers. Whether you’re a rugby club, school or just a group of mates our group rates offer great savings in Red & Black and Silver categories seats against the full price of match tickets.
To secure your group’s place at the Showdown please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This year we’re pleased to welcome Stagecoach Performing Arts to our showpiece fixture for the third year running. Youngsters from across Stagecoach’s programmes will be entertaining the crowd pre-match and at half time as part of the day’s entertainment.
Stay tuned to Saracens channels to find out more about the exciting entertainment coming to the Showdown!
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In the UK there are around 2,500 boys affected and around 300,000 worldwide. Children will be totally paralysed by their teens and won’t live beyond their 20s.
Duchenne UK is a highly focused, ambitious and lean charity with a clear vision: to fund and accelerate treatments and a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
As the club’s charity partner Duchenne UK will be working alongside Saracens on a number of fundraising initiatives at the Showdown. Duchenne UK.
Support the work of Duchenne UK by donating here.
Enjoy your Showdown experience in style
Fez Club in West Level Three
Enjoy an informal hospitality experience as we bring the popular Fez Club to N17.
Hundred Club in Chef’s Table
A classic rugby hospitality choice. The Hundred Club offers guests a pre-match carvery lunch with complimentary drinks.
Tulip Club in the H Club
A premium hospitality choice with a limited number of places available on a match by match basis.
Visiting Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is well served by public transport and there is no parking at the venue on match days.
Travel by train
The stadium is served by four local train stations:
White Hart Lane (London Overground): approx. 5 mins walk to the stadium
Northumberland Park (Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 10 mins walk to the stadium
Tottenham Hale (Victoria line and Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 25 mins walk to the stadium
Seven Sisters (Victoria line and London Overground): approx. 30 mins walk to the stadium
Travel by bus
The stadium is well-served by TfL buses that run as usual across Haringey on matchdays, with the High Road routes subject to diversion due to road closures.
Local TfL bus services, including the routes 476, 341, 318, 243 and 123, can be accessed at the bus stops close to the High Road/Lansdowne Road junction to the immediate south of the road closure area – a five minute walk from the stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium operates a restricted bag policy and supporters are discouraged from bringing bags to the stadium.
Large bags greater than A4 in size (21cm long x 30cm high) are not permitted within the ground.
Only bags of A4 size or smaller (21cm long x 30cm high) will be permitted and all bags will be searched before admission.
Please note, no food and drink may be brought in to the stadium.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a fully cashless venue and no cash is accepted for any purchase made within the stadium, including at the Tottenham Experience.