Don’t forget to bring your Tigers colours, fly your flags and make this an occasion to remember!
Turnstiles for the match, and all bars and food kiosks, open at 1pm.
The Junior Tigers Club VIP Area will be open right up to kick-off and members will be able to take part in games and acitivities as well as having the chance to run out on to the Welford Road turf as a matchday mascot or a Tiger Cub.
The Tigers Club Store is open from 9am and there are extra shop points open inside the stadium.
All five matchday bus services run in conjunction with Arriva will be in operation on Sunday, running from Market Harborough, Oakham, Nuneaton, Market Bosworth and Coalville. For more details and this week’s timetable, click here.
This week’s match programme includes a special interview with Tigers head coach Matt O’Connor, talking about his experiences in rugby and the unique challenges and attractions of the Tigers. Also, read the matchday views of Richard Cockerill and George Chuter’s Inside Line, and see how much you know in the Junior Tigers Club puzzle pages. The 100-page match programme is available throughout the stadium, price £3.
All tickets for Sunday’s game are sold out in advance, but the ticket office will be open for tickets sales for all remaining home fixtures, selected away games and Tigers 2013/14 season tickets. The office is open all day from 9am and will remain open for an hour after the final whistle.
The collection point for pre-ordered tickets is located in the unit outside the ticket office in the corner of the Caterpillar Stand plaza.
The Maul will operate as an extra ticket office inside the stadium for season ticket and future match ticket sales, located in the corner between the Caterpillar Stand and Clubhouse Stand.
After the game supporters can enjoy live music from resident band Rock Bottom in Final Whistle.
Look out for all the team news ahead of the big game on the club website on Friday afternoon.