The Aviva Arena and Trophy Lift
Visit the inflatable Aviva Arena, get your face painted and have your photo taken with the Aviva Premiership Rugby trophy.
The trophy will be in the Fan Village from 1pm to 1.45pm and fans will have the chance to have their photos taken with it and to see the final Trophy Lift-off.
The Aviva Premiership Rugby Trophy Lift has been taking place at Premiership Rugby clubs around the country this season as fans were challenged to hold the trophy in front of them for as long as possible and a winner from each club will be at Twickenham to take part in the ‘Final Lift-Off’. The best time was an impressive 2min 20sec by Exeter Chiefs fan George Cook. Will that time be beaten on Saturday?
Land Rover unique experiences
As the official vehicle of Premiership Rugby, Land Rover will be offering a number of activities for fans to get involved in at South Car Park on Saturday.
For any Land Rover owners, Land Rover has an exclusive VIP owners hospitality space just for you. Simply bring your Land Rover car key to the stand in the South Car Park between 12-3pm, and you and a friend will be treated to a free gourmet burger and soft drink courtesy of Land Rover. A limited number of gourmet burgers will be available on the day, so arrive early to avoid missing out. Maximum two adults permitted per Land Rover key.
In addition, Land Rover invite everyone to have a go at driving some of their fantastic radio-control Land Rover cars on the unique courses that really test the vehicle’s capability. There are different levels of tracks to tackle and all are great fun, so bring all the family along for a go.
The new Range Rover Sport will be at the Land Rover stand following its unveiling in New York just a few weeks ago and is yet to be seen on the roads over here.
Grand Prix Racing makes a pit-stop
Official hotel partner of Premiership Rugby, Hilton HHonors is also a proud corporate partner of the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes Formula One team. Hilton HHonors will be displaying a Grand Prix race car at their marquee situated in the Aviva Premiership Rugby Fan Village until 2.30pm so make sure you schedule a pit-stop before the match.
ESPN Broadcasting Live from the Fan Village
The ESPN team including Mark Durden-Smith, Austin Healey and Ben Kay are broadcasting live from their open-air studio in the West Car Park. ESPN have also sponsored a big screen so you can see all of the action in the village.
Test Your Skills
Tigers are challenging you to test your rugby skills in the village with the Matt Hampson Speed Ball Challenge and The Maul.
You can also have your photo taken in the Toby Flood cut-out and show us your kicking style with the Tigers inflatable posts.
The Junior Tigers Club will also be on hand, giving out goodie bags.
MBNA Tackling Numbers Tag Rugby
Before kick-off, 140 children who have taken part in the MBNA Tackling Numbers Programme this season will join a Tag Rugby Demonstration on the Twickenham pitch, including pupils from Mellor Primary School in Leicester.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Schools Programme
Through the Aviva Premiership Rugby Schools Programme, Aviva makes a significant investment into a legacy for rugby. At half-time on Saturday 140 children from 12 schools who have taken part in the programme this season – including Badgerbrook Primary School in Whetstone and Barford Junior School in Norfolk from the Tigers region – will take part in a tag rugby demonstration.
Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup Parade of Champions
Players from Oakham and Wymondham will represent the Tigers in the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup ‘Parade of Champions’ at half-time. There are 600 participants in the; arade from under-11 and under-12 teams from around the country.
Walk4Matt is a 110-mile annual walk supported by narrow boats along the canals from Rugby to Twickenham in aid of the Matt Hampson Foundation. The walkers have been raising money for the Foundation which provides help, advice and financial support for young people seriously injured through sport. Find out more at www.matthampsonfoundation.org
Aviva Premiership Rugby will break new ground on Saturday with the first 3D match programme for a game at Twickenham Stadium. Programmes will come with free 3D glasses produced by Premiership Rugby’s partner O Publishing.
"We are delighted to deliver a first for fans at Twickenham," said Premiership Rugby communications director Paul Morgan. "We have produced 25,000 copies and I would recommend fans snap them up as early as possible on the big day. It will be a real collector's item."