Franklin’s Gardens has been a hive of activity this summer, and with extensive work on the stadium now complete, Northampton Saints are delighted to announce an improved hospitality line-up ahead of the 2019/20 season.
The headline addition is that of the new Tunnel Club; a revolutionary new suite beside the players’ changing rooms, which boasts unparalleled views of the tunnel so supporters can get closer than ever before to the action pre and post-match – a first in professional rugby.
“We have taken the decision to put our hospitality on sale all year round to improve the experience further for our customers.”Ed Turnham, head of sales
The Tunnel Club allows supporters the chance to enter the inner sanctum of the stadium and experience first-class hospitality at the same time, and is now SOLD OUT for the opening five games of the season.
The South Stand has also been improved with all hospitality boxes now refurbished by London interior design firm WISH in time for the first home fixture of the year, while the Heroes Restaurant has been made more affordable than ever with prices starting from just £39.
And the Club’s head of sales Ed Turnham is also delighted to confirm that for the first time ever, hospitality packages for any match this season are available to purchase throughout the year.
“We have taken the decision to put our hospitality on sale all year round to improve the experience further for our customers and ensure no-one misses out on some of the finest hospitality in English rugby,” he said.
“At Saints we have a range of options to suit any budget – from our Heroes Restaurant and Captain’s Club all the way up to more premium offerings like the Champions Suite, Directors Experience and the brand-new Tunnel Club.
“The Tunnel Club will change the way supporters can experience rugby and hospitality forever. Innovation is at the heart of everything we do at Saints, and we are pleased to be able to deliver the first hospitality experience of this kind in rugby.
“The new South Stand executive boxes look superb as well, so we look forward to welcoming both existing and new supporters next season.”