Tomorrow night sees the final pool round of the Anglo-Welsh Cup as Saints host Scarlets hoping to make it through to the knock-out stages of this season’s competition.
Here’s everything you need to know if you’re headed to the Gardens tomorrow afternoon…
Kick off time Saints v Scarlets kicks off at 7.45pm. The game is being broadcast on Sky Sports 2 but the best place to catch all the action is in the stadium.
Match tickets Tickets for tomorrow’s game are still plenty available here and by using Print@Home supporters can save themselves the admin fees and beat the match day queues.
Saints Shop The Shop will be open from 9am, with the Trinity Shop open in the Village from 5pm and all the way through until after the final whistle. Make sure you head to the Shop to take advantage of all the great deals we’ve got in our January Shop Sale.
Ticket Office In-person sales will be available from 9am from within the Saints Shop with the Ticket Office open from 5pm. The Ticket Office will then remain open until 30 minutes after the final whistle.
In the bars All bars will be open from 5pm with the stadium opening from 6pm. Post-match drinks will be available in the Rodber Suite and Members bar, with live music from The Matt Roberts Band in the Rodber after the final whistle.
Food The Match Day Village will be open from 5pm, with hot snacks also available in the stadium bars.
In the Village Supporters can have their faces painted and visit the Crabbie’s bus (over-18s only) from 5pm. And you could win £100 with Connect FM – just visit a member of their team for a special scratchcard!
Book Donation There will be drop off points in the Village for the Northampton General Hostpital Beside Book Club collection that Saints are getting behind this year. Please bring your books to the Northampton Saints kit van in the Village from 5pm. For more information on the initiative CLICK HERE.
Match Programme Don’t forget to pick up your matchday programme from one of the sellers around the ground for exclusive interviews, features and all the stats you’ll need to know before watching the game.
The Saints DNA Project The club is wanting to find out from you, the supporters, about your first ever game watching the Saints. So the Halos will be in the Village and bars asking about your experiences! Whether you’re are six or 60, we want to hear from you!
Car parking The club’s car parks on Edgar Mobbs Way open from 4:30pm for the general public, with post-match traffic management to help your journey home. Supporters who choose not to use the club’s car parks are asked to park with due care and respect for the needs of local businesses in the area surrounding Franklin’s Gardens.
Supporter Charter Northampton Saints is committed to upholding the values of the game, on and off the pitch. Please familiarise yourself with our Supporter Charter at www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/supportercharter
Want to know more? Head to www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/matchday for more game day information!