Franklin’s Gardens is expected to be packed out for next Saturday’s Aviva Premiership clash, with the Saints locking horns with defending league champions Exeter Chiefs.
There are just 700 tickets remaining for the match on December 23, kick-off 3.00pm, as Jim Mallinder’s men prepare for another crucial 80 minutes of rugby.
With over 14,500 tickets already sold for the last Saints game before Christmas, fans will be turning out in their droves to get an early taste of the festive spirit – with loads going on in the Supporter Village before the game.
All the usual pre-match food outlets will be sizzling from 12pm, as well as fully-stocked bars, so get down to the Gardens early to soak up the atmosphere before this exciting Premiership clash.
There are no hospitality places remaining either for the game at Franklin’s Gardens – over 1,000 covers have been snapped up with the last executive boxes also close to selling out.
“After a disappointing crowd for our Champions Cup game on Saturday – a competition we were already struggling in – it’s great to see that our Christmas game will be packed to the rafters,” said Mark Darbon, Northampton Saints CEO.
“Everyone at the club is trying their hardest to turn things around and get back to winning ways. A capacity crowd roaring the team on will undoubtedly play its part.”
Ticket for are priced from just £36 (adults) and £16 (juniors) and can be purchased from the ticket office at Franklin’s Gardens, online by visiting bit.ly/SAI-EXE-201718 or by calling the Saints Ticket Office on 01604581000.