Fixture News Tickets still on general sale for big Friday night clashes
The Saints' next two home matches are crucial Friday night clashes in the Aviva Premiership and Heineken Cup.
SAINTS v HARLEQUINS (Aviva Premiership; Fri, Jan 3rd; 7:45pm) The Saints may have put six tries past Bath last time out, but things stay tough in yet another big clash between two of the Aviva Premiership's big hitters. After a slow start to their campaign, Quins have got themselves onto a roll, winning their six of their last seven Aviva Premiership matches and doing the back-to-back Heineken Cup double over big spenders Racing Metro. With wins on the road in France and at Welford Road already under their belt this season Quins will certainly be no pushovers.
There are a few hundred tickets left for this game, so book now to avoid any disappointment! CLICK HERE to book online!
SAINTS v CASTRES (Heineken Cup; Fri, Jan 17th; 8:00pm) It's not that often for the Saints to be hosting the reigning French champions, especially for a match which could have a massive bearing in both teams' European ambitions. Castres stunned Toulon to lift the Top 14 trophy last July, and this year are well in contention once again. They are also in the mix in Pool 1 of the Heineken Cup, while Saints' win in Dublin also brought the men in black, green and gold back into the fold, too.
Tickets are on sale in most areas of the stadium; CLICK HERE to book online!
Using the Saints' online ticket booking system is straightforward. You can either choose your own seats or let the system pick the best of what's available, and whether you are on a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile the screen automatically adjusts to make life easy for whoever's booking!
Plus if you Print@Home you can beat the queues and save yourself the admin fees, too!
As well as the Quins and Castres matches you can also book tickets for the upcoming home games against Saracens (LV= Cup; Feb 1st), Worcester (Aviva Premiership; Feb 15th) and Gloucester (Aviva Premiership; Mar 1st), the trips to the Ospreys (Heineken Cup; Jan 12th) and Exeter (Aviva Premiership; Feb 8th), and the Under-20 Six Nations clash between England and Ireland (Feb 22nd).