The silver at the end of the Sevens rainbow © Getty Images
Club News Match Day Guide – Premiership Rugby Sevens Series
Friday night sees the first rugby of the season, with the Saints taking on Saracens, Wasps and Harlequins in the Northampton leg of the 2014 Premiership Rugby Sevens Series. Here’s everything you need to know about your night at the Gardens!
7:15pm (expected finish approx. 10pm); turnstiles open from 5:30pm
Over 10,000 tickets have been booked for the Sevens, a Gardens record! There are still some remaining, and given how quickly they’ve been selling you are strongly advised to book in advance to avoid any disappointment
To book online just CLICK HERE
and follow the straightforward instructions – use Print@Home to beat the match day collection queues and save the admin fees!
The Saints Ticket Office opens at 9am on Friday for match day sales and ticket collections, closing at 8pm
Season Ticket Holders are politely reminded that Friday night’s event is NOT included in their 2014/15 Season Ticket package, and that an individual ticket MUST be booked to gain entry
Edgar Mobbs Way car parks open to the general public at 5pm. CLICK HERE
Friday’s event is NOT included in 2014/15 season car park passes, and all cars will be charged £2 for entry. Post-match traffic management will be in operation between the Saints official car parks and TGI Fridays, Sixfields.
The Saints strongly urges all supporters to use the club’s car parks. If supporters choose not to do this, then please park with due care and respect to the needs of local residents and businesses
VILLAGE STORE SALE
Everything in the Village Saints Store will be available for just £10! This is only available in the Match Day Village, NOT the main Superstore! The Village Store opens at 5:30pm
BARS AND CATERING
Bars will be open from 5:30pm. Note that the West Stand Bar and Members’ Bar will NOT be open, with the Heroes’ Bar closed for an Academy function until 6:30pm
There is a full range of catering available throughout the stadium, with home-made snacks in the bars such as Northamptonshire Clangers, Earls Barton Leek Pies and Saints sausage rolls, with food and drink available in all the Burrda Sport Stand kiosks
Meanwhile the Village area has Saul’s of Spratton’s pork rolls and pies, and a wide range of other outlets
Bars will also be open post-match, with a DJ spinning the tunes in the Rodber Suite