- Stadium opens 1pm, kick-off 3pm
- Enjoy music from soprano Emily Haig at half-time
- Watch the stars of the future in our Under-13s Girls tournament
- Deposit your unwanted EcoCups to donate to Northampton Saints Foundation
Northampton Saints are back at Franklin's Gardens for the first time since a sensational Premiership Rugby Cup triumph this Sunday, and host Gloucester Rugby in the Gallagher Premiership (kick-off 3pm).
GET TO THE GARDENS EARLY
There's plenty of rugby on at Franklin's Gardens this weekend before the main action gets underway; head down to the back pitches from 10am to watch the future stars of the game in our Under-13s Girls tournament.
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You can now enjoy 75% off all 18/19 away kit in the Saints Store now - don't miss out on a bargain!
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS
Season Ticket Holders – remember your Season cards this Sunday, we may have to charge you £5 to reprint your ticket should you forget them!
Car Parks A, B, C and D will all be open as usual to season pass holders. Day passes for Claret Car Park will be available on the gate for £5. Car Parks open at 12.30pm, please use NN5 5JT in satellite navigation devices for Car Park D.
Please also be aware that there will be no movement in VIP Car Park from ten minutes before the full-time whistle for 25 minutes. As usual, traffic management will be in place in Car Park D, Claret Car Park and on Edgar Mobbs Way. After the Car Parks close at 9pm on Sunday night, there will be no access to any vehicle left in the Car Parks over the weekend.
Alongside all the action on the back pitches in our Under-13s Girls tournament, we'll also be joined by Club of the Match Towcesterians RFC – they'll be joining Simon Ward for an interview in the Supporter Village pre-match as well as forming the Guard of Honour as the team run out.
We'll also be joined by Oundle RFC, who will hold the Big Shirt as the teams run out.
And don't forget to give the tournament players a big cheer as they complete a parade of clubs at half-time!
IN THE SUPPORTER VILLAGE
Expect to see all the usual Supporter Village activity including face painting and passing challenge, alongside demonstrations from our Club partners Spirit Hyundai, AutoWindscreens Toolstation, and Kubota.
We'll also be hosting Question of Support before hearing from a member of the Saints squad in the Village before the game. And don't forget to give generously to this weekend's bucket shakers, Tree of Hope!
We'll be joined by soprano singer Emily Haig during the interval; she'll be keeping us entertained with some tunes before the action gets back underway!
Tickets for the game are still available from £32 adults and £14 juniors and you can secure yours now by CLICKING HERE.