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Kick off reminder | Bars and catering update

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Supporters attending tomorrow’s Aviva Premiership clash with Worcester are reminded that kick off is at 2:45pm.

Although the game is not being televised live, the decision has been made to bring forward the kick off to enable supporters to enjoy both the Saints game live on the pitch and then England’s Six Nations match against Ireland on the big screens in the bars at Franklin’s Gardens.

The action from Twickenham will be shown live with commentary in the Members Bar and Rodber Suite from 4:50pm.

Match tickets remain available at www.tinyurl.com/SAI-WOR-1516 and by using [email protected] supporters can save themselves the admin fees and beat the match day ticket office queues!

The Match Day Village opens at 12noon, and as well as all the internal bars and Village marquee, drinks will be available from the portable bar underneath Block 24 in the north-west corner from 1pm.

Supporters who are sitting in the Barwell Stand can help trial the new Line Cheetah drinks pre-ordering service; full information is available by CLICKING HERE.

There will be live music in the Rodber Suite later in the afternoon.


Tomorrow’s game will be preceded by a minute’s applause, requested by the playing squad, to remember India Eve Chipchase, a long-time Saints supporter and familiar face at Franklin’s Gardens, who tragically lost her life recently.


Season Ticket Holders are reminded that they can take the strain out of their match day travel to Franklin’s Gardens by saving 50 percent on their London Midland train tickets booked at any open ticket office between Leighton Buzzard and Rugby, and every station in between!

Car parks open to the public at 12noon, with non-pass holders able to park in the Claret Car Park on Edgar Mobbs Way. Post-match traffic management will be in operation to smooth your journey away from Franklin’s Gardens.

Should any supporters choose not to use the club’s official car parks then they are reminded to park with due care and respect for the needs of residents in the area surrounding Franklin’s Gardens.