The Saints are in Milton Keynes this weekend for the big Aviva Premiership clash with Saracens. Here is all you need to know about your day at Stadium MK.
Match tickets remain on sale for this must-win game for both clubs, with prices starting at £15. Tickets can be booked online by CLICKING HERE until 12noon on Saturday. Tickets can also be booked in person at the Saints Shop between 12 and 5 on Thursday, 12 and 5 on Friday and 9 and 12 on Saturday.
Match day ticket sales will be available from the Stadium MK box office from 9am on Sunday morning.
Unless supporters have already pre-booked their car parking or have a car parking pass then do NOT attempt to park on the Stadium MK site. There is plenty of on-street car parking in the industrial estates in the areas surrounding the stadium, but please park with due care and respect for the needs of residents and businesses, and also take note of any restrictions which may be in effect.
Getting to Stadium MK
There are a variety of public transport options to get to Stadium MK. London Midland trains (CLICK HERE for timetable information) is running a normal Sunday service between Northampton and Milton Keynes/Bletchley. And Stadium MK is on a number of bus routes that run between Central Milton Keynes and Bletchley; CLICK HERE to find out more!
Stadium Opening Times
The Match Day Arena Village opens at 12noon, with the stadium concourse opening at 1pm. Kick off is at 3pm
The 15 charities benefitting from Charities Day at Stadium MK have now been allocated their playing shirts, and after the game they will be receiving their match worn shirt signed by the player concerned. All of the charities will also be on the stadium concourse, so make sure you stop by, say ‘hello!’ and get behind some deserving causes! CLICK HERE to find out more about the charities and the work they do!
Food and Drink
There will be a variety of food outlets from Franklin’s Gardens in the Match Day Arena Village from 12noon and on the concourse from 1pm. There are plenty of drinking options, too, including real ale and Guinness, traditional favourites at any rugby match! Please drink responsibly!
Fun and Games
There is plenty to keep all the family entertained in the Match Day Arena Village on Sunday, including the Crabbie’s Passing Challenge, the chance to have your photo taken with the Aviva Premiership trophy and win yourself tickets to the 2017 Aviva Premiership Final, face painting, inflatable games, and a pre-match DJ. The Match Day Arena Village opens at 12noon!