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Eat, drink, watch rugby and make a night of it at the Gardens!

Travis PerkinsSponsored by Travis Perkins

Friday night rugby can be a hassle – beating the rush hour traffic, rushing to get ready and have something to eat before heading to cheer on the Saints.

This is why the club has put plenty of time and effort into making a match day at Franklin’s Gardens about more than just rugby!

Gates for tomorrow’s game against Wasps open at 5pm, with food and drink (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) available in the Match Day Village and stadium bars straight away.

BT Sport will be on the TVs to keep you entertained, with Rugby Tonight Extra (including a feature with the Waller brothers) from 6:30pm and the pre-match build-up starting at 7pm.

The main stadium will be open from 6pm, and we’ll be having a chat with Hall of Famer Vince Cannon on the big screen at 7:15pm.

Then once the action is finished head into the Rodber Suite for more live music, Heroes Bar for your post-match analysis with BT Sport, or the Members Bar if your fancy a bit more peace and quiet!

Car parks open to the public at 4:30pm – directions at www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/matchday - and post-match traffic management will be in operation to help ease your journey home.

Meanwhile Season Ticket Holders can save 50 percent on their match day London Midland train travel from any station between Leighton Buzzard and Rugby; just take your Season Ticket to any manned ticket office to claim the discount!

Match tickets remain available at www.tinyurl.com/SAI-WAS-1516 with groups available in the Burrda Sport and Barwell Stands. Use [email protected] to save the admin fees and beat the match day queues!

The Saints Ticket Office and Superstore will both be open from 9am, where you can make the most of the final weekend of the January Sale, saving 25 percent on Burrda Sport training wear! Shop now at shop.northamptonsaints.co.uk collect when you get to the stadium tomorrow!

And please give generously to the Motor Neurone Disease Association, who are bucket shaking at the ground.