Supporters heading to Franklin’s Gardens for Friday’s Aviva Premiership clash against Exeter can take the stress out of their evening by making the most of the club’s wide variety of food and drink options.
The Match Day Village and stadium bars are all open from 5pm, with Tom Hewer Catering’s food outlets ranging from street food from across the globe to Frank’s famous hamburgers and hot dogs. For those supporters who like their Gardens traditions then head to the Saul’s of Spratton hot pork roll stand, also open from 5pm.
Food and drink outlets will be open between the Saints Ticket Office and Gate 1 (between the Tetley's and Barwell Stands) between the 30 and 50-minute marks, as well as before the match.
Car parking at Franklin’s Gardens opens at 4pm. Directions can be seen by CLICKING HERE, and post-match traffic management will be in operation to clear the car parks as quickly as possible. Should supporters choose not to use the club car parks then they must park with due respect for the needs of local residents.
There are a number of bus routes that pass by Franklin’s Gardens, and Season Ticket Holders can save 50 percent on their match day travel on London Midland trains. CLICK HERE for more information.
Supporters can also put themselves in with a chance of winning £100 thanks to Connect FM. Just visit their staff in the Match Day Village to collect a scratch card and listen to Mark and Liz’s breakfast show on a weekday morning, both on FM in Northants and north Cambridgeshire and across the region on DAB.
And by visiting the Saints Selfie spots across the stadium supporters can get themselves a freebie, too! All of the information will be on the club’s social media channels on Friday.
Bernie’s Gang packs can still be collected from the community tent in the Village.