During this time the Saints host Newcastle Falcons, Saracens and Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership, with the Scarlets and Racing-92 coming to town in the European Rugby Champions Cup.
With over 10,000 Season Tickets having already been snapped up for 2015/16 tickets are already at a premium at Franklin’s Gardens, even with the stadium’s current expansion.
The ongoing development of the new Barwell Stand means that the opening home game of the season against Newcastle on Saturday, October 24th is being played at stadiummk, with a 1:45pm kick off. Ticket holders for this game will also be able to stay and watch that day’s Rugby World Cup semi-final on the big screens at stadiummk.
The first game at Franklin’s Gardens will be against Saracens on Saturday, November 7th, which will be the first opportunity for supporters to sit in the new Barwell Stand. Games do not come much bigger than this, with the 2014/15 table-topping Saints coming up against the team that went on to lift the trophy at the end of May.
Ticket prices start at £26, and you can book now by CLICKING HERE.
Scarlets come to Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday, November 14th in the opening round of the 2015/16 European Rugby Champions Cup. The Saints have had some memorable battles with the Welsh region in Europe’s most prestigious club rugby competition, from the 2000 semi-final to clashes which have gone a long way to deciding the respective teams’ futures in the competition.
With each and every game in Europe counting more than ever your support will really count under the Saturday lights; CLICK HERE to book online.
The first Friday Night Lights of 2015/16 will see the Cherry and Whites run out on November 27th. David Humphreys’ men finished last term strongly, winning the European Rugby Challenge Cup and then bringing in some top players into the squad to launch an assault on the Aviva Premiership.
Gloucester is a team that always has a vocal and passionate support behind it, so make sure you’re in the stands and showing them the value of a packed Gardens! CLICK HERE to order tickets!
The final home match of 2015 is the second half of the December back-to-backs with Racing-92. The Parisians were disappointed in both the Top 14 (losing in the play-off stages) and Champions Cup (losing in the quarter finals) last season, but by signing incomers such as All Blacks legend Dan Carter they have already set out their ambitions for the coming year, and have already stunned France by winning away at Toulon.
This could be one of the matches of the season and one not to be missed, so CLICK HERE to book your tickets!
Booking tickets online is straightforward, with the responsive website adapting itself to whatever device you are using, whether desktop, tablet or smartphone. Even better, you can choose your seats on any device, unlike any other online ticket booking system.
This year when you visit www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/buytickets you can choose what you would like to see, whether just home matches, away matches, hospitality or other events, or everything that is available.
The club has also put together a series of ‘How To’ videos to help you use the online ticketing system more efficiently. CLICK HERE to see the Frequently Asked Questions page, and if there is anything else you need assistance with email [email protected]