Our Matchday Guide contains what you need to know as Twickenham Stadium hosts the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final between Leicester Tigers and Saracens this Saturday.
Team announcements from both camps are at noon on Friday and there will be build-up to the game on the Tigers website, app and social media, plus match preview on Saturday morning and full reaction after the game including LTTV interviews.
Before you leave home
Check that you have your tickets!
Don’t forget your flags and your Tigers colours. Let’s see those Tigers flags, get them ready in advance – and don’t leave them on the bus!
The Club Shop at Mattioli Woods Welford Road is open for sales and order collection until 5.00pm on Friday but closed this weekend. A pop-up at the supporters’ car park at British Gas will have a range of products and any remaining orders for collection.
The Tigers ticket office is also closed this weekend so if you have any questions or want to book/renew season tickets, get in touch during Friday.
Please note, there are no tickets available from the Tigers ticket office.
The club’s supporters’ coaches are now sold out. Bookers will receive full information by email from the Tigers ticket office on Friday.
- 9.30am England Rugby Store opens
- 10.00am World Rugby Museum opens
- 11.00am Ticket Office opens
- 11.30am Gates and Fan Village opens
- 12.30am Fan Village stage – music from The Feeling
- 1.30pm Stadium seating bowl opens
- 2.15pm Fan Village stage – music from Sophie Ellis-Bextor
- 3.00pm Kick-off
- 3.00pm World Rugby Museum closes
- 6.30pm England Rugby Store closes
- 7.05pm Fan Village closes
The Gallagher Premiership Final Fan Zone is in the West Car Park with Famous Grouse Clubhouse, inflatable rugby pitch, The Gallagher Way, Gilbert and Sportable activities, live band, food and refreshments, and more entertainment throughout the build-up to kick-off.
Check your ticket to locate the correct gates and turnstiles before trying to gain entry.
Twickenham Stadium asks that supporters to avoid bringing bags wherever possible. If you do need to bring a bag, this should be no bigger than A4. Bringing a bigger bag may result in you being denied entry without refund or compensation.
Bars and kiosks
All bars and catering unit payments are card only, unless specifically stated for a specific event.
Food and drink is not allowed to be taken into the stadium. Concession stands are available when inside the stadium perimeter.
The new Lyfcycle cup is free to use, so there is no need to collect a deposit. While made for recycling, the cups will also self-destruct on land within two years.
The match programme is available around the stadium, price £10. You can also order by post, with free postage and packaging using a Tigers code. Click here for details.
Make your way to your places inside the stadium in good time ahead of kick-off. You don’t want to this this one!
Look out for the clubs representing Tigers in the Land Rover Cup parade and also a group from the city's Lancaster Academy who are part of the Project Rugby activities.
If you are unable to attend
Saturday’s game is being covered live by BT Sport and also on ITV4, the first time the game has been shown on terrestrial television.
Wherever you are, you can follow updates using with the Matchday Live service on the club app and website, or via the club’s social media.