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Your Guide to London Wasps V Newcastle

Everything you need to know if you're heading to Adams Park on Saturday May 5, KO 14.00

London Wasps host Newcastle in the final game of the Aviva Premiership season with the clash determining which side will retain its league status for next season.

Limited tickets remaining

Tickets are now extremely limited for this game with the majority remaining being standing tickets.

To grab any of the remaining tickets call 0844 225 2990 or book online here.

Adams Park – Opening Times

The Ticket Office at the Stadium opens at 10am while the ticket collection points open at midday.

The Vere Suite is open for Platinum Members at 11am while all fans have access to the Marquee before and after the game.

We're encouraging fans to get in their seats early for the game and cheer on the team throughout the warm-up!

Pre-match entertainment

Once the gates are open, a wide range of food and drink outlets will be available in the Supporters Village at the end of the car-park. A match-day DJ will be entertaining the crowds before and after the game!

Before the game make sure you also try out the EMC Fastest Pass Challenge! Situated in the Supporters Village before each Wasps match at Adams Park. Wasps’ main sponsors EMC, invite all fans to see how fast they can pass a rugby ball using the same cage, which Joe Simpson used to set a world record of 48mph!

This weekend we are also delighted to welcome a range of Aviva inflatables to the car-park!

Club partners Greene King will also be taking part in some Beer Sampling around the ground and there's a display on show from Land Rover in the car-park!

Q&As and London Wasps Legends

This Saturday we're delighted to welcome back a number of welcome and familiar Wasps faces to Adams Park.

The likes of Fraser Waters, Paul Volley, Mark Robinson, Andy Gomarsall, Simon Amor and Darren Molloy will meet and greet fans before the match in the Marquee from 12.30-13.00 for a chat and any pictures and autograph requests. The Legends will then take part in the pre-match Q&As around the ground in the Woodlands, Match-Day Restaurant and Vere Suite.

Post-game there will be Q&As in the Marquee and the Vere Suite with Mark Rigby also involved.

Club Shop

Once again, this weekend there are a number of special offers in the Stadium Club Shop, with a number of items discounted for a limited time only.

These include a number of top of the range shirts on offer for just £10. Offers apply while stocks last so get in early to snap up a superb bargain.

The Club Shop will be open at 11am and will stay open until after the game.

London Wasps official merchandise is also available online and in the Eden Store, High Wycombe, Monday to Saturday 9.00am – 5.30pm and till 6.00pm on Thursday or via Mail Order on 0870 428 7910 Monday to Friday 10.00am to 4.00pm.

Official Match-Day Programme

The match-day programme will be on sale around the ground for £3. The final programme of the season is packed with news and features from around the club. This weekend’s issue features a piece on Sam Jones who has rapidly risen through the ranks this season, as well as club news from the past week, a head-to-head player quiz and a Day in the Life feature with forwards coach Trevor Woodman! We also reveal who the infamous Whisperer is so this edition is not to be missed!

Charity Collection

This weekend we are delighted to welcome the Wasps Ladies team who you will see around the ground before the game collecting for the worthy rugby charity SKRUM. SKRUM aims to improve children's futures by visiting schools throughout Africa and coaching the game of rugby, teaching them life skills and educating them about HIV/AIDS and gender violence. The Wasps Ladies are supporting SKRUM's work throughout the season so please give generously!


At Half-time in the game a Parade of Champions will take pride of place on the pitch as a number of outstanding teams from our Community show off their accolades from the season.

Wasps women’s star Michaela Staniford will also be on the pitch with the RBS Women’s Six Nations Trophy talking to Pete Nuttall about the upcoming IRB London Sevens where she will captain England!

Car-parking & Directions

As the game is expected to be at capacity, traffic will be very heavy around Adams Park and drivers should expect delays. Supporters are recommended to use our FREE Park & Ride and Train & Ride services to reduce congestion around the stadium.

The Park and Ride services will begin at 11am from the High Wycombe train station and the Cressex Park and Ride facility, near Junction 4 of the M40. The buses run on a circuit and will pick supporters up approximately every 20 minutes until 20 mins prior to kick off. Both services will then begin again on the final whistle.

There are car parks available right along Hillbottom Road. Car-parking costs from £5. The car parks will close two hours after the game ends, the same time as the last bus leaves for the Park and Ride service.

London Wasps will also reward any car arriving two hours prior to kick off, travelling with four people in the vehicle, FREE car parking for the evening. This FREE parking offer has been extended to motorcyclists with a passenger who arrive two hours prior to kick off.

After the time of two hours before the game, then the full cost will apply.

To take advantage of this on the day simply arrive at the check point or entrance to the Artisan Car Park BEFORE the deadline with a car of four.

Directions from London

Join M25 and head for J16 M25/M40. Join M40 and head to J4/A404 High Wycombe. Leave the M40 at Junction 4 and take the A4010 exit (John Hall Way, signposted Aylesbury). FREE Park and Ride is signposted on your left 200 yards from the roundabout. To get to Adams Park please follow the BROWN tourist information road signs showing a soccer ball.

Directions from the West

M40 to J4 M40/A404. At Junction 4 take slip road and turn left, then take first exit for A4010 (John Hall Way). FREE Park and Ride is signposted on your left 200 yards from the roundabout. To get to Adams Park please follow the BROWN tourist information road signs showing a soccer ball.

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