They are situated in the Village area, where you can also try your hand on a Call of Duty paintball range which will stay open until 4pm this evening. The tanks will remain until later and you can get inside and have a good look or stare down the barrel of one of their guns.
Food and drink outlets will be open in the Village as they are on normal match days from 5pm, with the curtain raiser between and East Midlands XV and the Army 'A' due to kick off on pitch one at 5:30pm.
Then, at 7:45pm and after a performance from the Band of the Royal Corp of Engineers, World Defence Champions the British Army challenge the Saints on the main pitch in the Mobbs Memorial fixture. The Saints have named a strong side and will certainly need to be at their best against an Army outfit that boasts representative international talent, as well as former Saints prop Chris Budgen in their starting XV.
Tickets are available from the Saints Ticket Office right up until kick off of the main game and priced at £10 for adults, or £3 for juniors, concessions and veterans, represent fantastic value for money for what promises to be a superb and action packed day at the Gardens.