Admission to the session to see Tigers at work with the coaching staff is one of the great benefits of becoming a season ticket holder at the home of the Guinness Premiership champions.
Tigers have won the league title for the last two years, and head coach Richard Cockerill says there is no substitute for hard work in training.
“We work very hard,” says Cockerill. “Every day we are out there working very hard in training, but it pays off.
“When you work in training there is a good chance it will work on matchday.”
More than 12,000 supporters have already booked their Leicester Tigers season tickets for 2010/11 and there is still time to join them.
As well as guaranteeing your place for every home game in the regular league season and the pool; stages of both cup competition, a season ticket carries some other great benefits, including priority application for knockout matches, away games and internationals, 10-per-cent discount in the Tigers Club Shop and two complimentary tickets for friends and family for a match of your choice.
A Tigers season ticket also includes your place for the pre-season fixture against 2009 Heineken Cup winners Leinster at Welford Road on Saturday, August 28.
Prices start from just £280 for adults and £99 for juniors, and there are price categories for adults, 65-plus, young adults and full-time students, juniors and families. An easy-payment plan is available to spread the cost over six months.
You can book yours now by visiting the ticket office at Welford Road (8.30am-5pm weekdays, 9am-2pm Saturday), phone the club hotline on 0844 856 1880 or click here to book online via the club website.
For more information and full price guide, you can view the season ticket pack by clicking here.