Leicester Tigers face Sale Sharks at Mattioli Woods Welford Road on Saturday. Our matchday guide contains everything you need to know about your day at the stadium.
This fixture will host the club’s Remembrance Day commemorations ahead of kick-off and all supporters are urged to make their way to their places in the stadium in good time to pay tribute to the fallen.
There is also a chance to enjoy a rugby double this Saturday with live coverage of England versus Australia from Twickenham after the Tigers match.
Please have your season ticket card, match ticket, print-at-home ticket or your smartphone ready before you reach the turnstile to allow prompt access to the stadium.
Match tickets are still available and can be booked in advance online or by phoning the ticket office on 0116 319 8888 (option 2) with prices from £20 adults, £8 under-18s.
Tickets are available to purchase on matchday but please allow enough time to reserve your place and reach your entry point and place in the stadium in good time for kick-off.
The previous ticket office at the Aylestone Road end is now part of the extended Club Shop and operates as a ticket point on non-matchdays only.
Before the game, the teams will line up on the pitch and be joined by a pipe and drums band, bugler and guests from the Armed Services as we remember the fallen, including the former Tigers players lost in conflict.
There will be a reading of the Exhortation, a bugler playing the Last Post and a period of silence in honour of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, followed by playing of Reveille.
The Final Whistle bar is open for early arrivals, with turnstiles and all other kiosks and bars – now serving Carling and Madri lagers as well as a range of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks – open from 1.30pm.
The ABC and Crumbie Bars in the Breedon Stand, and the men’s/women’s toilets in the tunnel area, are fully open. There are also drinks and food outlets, and toilets, available at each end of the stand.
You can also win with a scratchcard promotion with every purchase of a pint of Stowford Press cider.
The matchday programme is available from kiosks and in the club shops, price £3. Please note that programme booths operate cashless payments only. This week’s edition includes an 8-page Christmas Gift Guide from the Tigers Club Shop.
The club encourages supporters not to bring bags into the stadium in order to help minimise delays and contact due to searches at the turnstiles.
The stadium runs cashless payments only, including shops, bars, kiosks and programme booths.
Travel and Parking
Matchday bus services are in operation from Loughborough, Market Bosworth, Market Harborough and Oakham. Places must be booked in advance, with all fares costing £4 return. Click here for details.
Parking spaces are available on Freeman’s Common for matchday at a cost of £8. These are pre-book in advance only.
There is no matchday availability at the King Power Stadium.
Wellbeing and Safety
Please think of the wellbeing and safety of yourself and those around you, while helping us to minimise risks from the pandemic.
Take extra care over hygiene and sanitisation, consider wearing a facemask in areas around other people, and follow directions of signage and stewards regarding entry and exit. You may not be able to enter at your normal turnstile.
If a ball is kicked to you in the team warm-up or in the game, please do not return it direct to the players or to the pitch. Instead, return to the ball boy team or a steward so it can be sanitised.
The main Club Shop in the Beehive Money Stand at the Aylestone Road end is open from 9.00am on matchdays with a full range of replica kit, training kit, leisurewear and souvenirs.
The second shop in the North Stand is also open on matchdays.
Both shop units will remain open after the final whistle.
Season ticket holders receive a discount on shop purchases.
Supporters can use any Credit on their Tigers account to spend on shop purchases.
There are some restrictions on movement in the Breedon Stand due to the Red Zone for players and officials. Please follow signage and instructions from stewards and do not gather close to the players and officials in the tunnel area before or after the game.
Guard of Honour groups and Flag Wavers from local rugby clubs will welcome the teams to the pitch.
The Big Boot, sponsored by De Montfort University, is back, allowing groups of supporters to test their skills and their nerve on the pitch at half-time. Give them plenty of encouragement from the stands!
Your support is appreciated and the players will acknowledge the crowd from the pitch at full-time. They are unable, though, join supporters on the touchlines.
Please do not wait and gather at the front of the stands as we aim to reduce congestion and close contact in those areas.
Supporters are not allowed to go on to the pitch.
The Final Whistle and Droglites bars will remain open at the end of the game.
There is also live coverage from England versus Australia on the big screen in Final Whistle from 5.30pm.
If you are unable to attend
This match is not scheduled for any live TV coverage. If you are unable to attend, you can keep in touch using the Matchday Live service on the club app and website is in operation for every game home and away. There will also be updates on the club’s social media.
Supporters can use the app to vote for a Fans’ Favourite and to send photos and messages to the stadium’s big screens courtesy of club partners Yodel. Open the Leicester Tigers app, click ‘Send A Photo’ and select ‘Big Screen’ option.
There is build-up to the game on the club website, app and social media, with team announcements at noon on Friday and full reaction afterwards.