London Wasps return to Adams Park this weekend where they will host Leicester Tigers in their ninth Aviva Premiership game.
Wasps will be looking to continue their winning streak at home, after last weekend’s win against Worcester Warriors made it their fifth consecutive home win of the season.
Tickets are still available for the game through the London Wasps ticket office.
To purchase tickets for the game call the ticket office on 0844 225 2990 or purchase through the Online Ticket Office!
Mind Charity Collection
The club’s official Charity Partner, Mind, will be fundraising with bucket collectors around the ground. Additionally, at the club shop, 10% of all alternate shirts sold this weekend will go directly to the charity as well as 10% from all programme sales. Keep your eye out for the Mind Stressball Mascot!
The entertainment village will once again feature live music before and after the game. The village opens at midday.
At 13.30 and also after the game, there will be a live performance from West End singer and winner of ‘Over the Rainbow’ Danielle Hope in the Wasps Nest.
Danielle is also live on the pitch at half-time!
Q & As
There will be Q&As with a selection of Wasps players before the game in both the Woodlands Lounge (13.45) and the Vere Suite (13.30) hosted by David Kurk.
This weekend's post-match Q&A in the Vere Suite is with Ed Morrison, the RFU's Head of Elite refereeing.
Official Match-Day Programme
The new-look programme for the 2012/13 season will once again be available from a number of vendors around the ground on Sunday for just £3.
This weekend’s edition features a 6-page profile piece on the Aviva Premiership' top try-scorer Tom Varndell, an insight into the role of Senior Soft Tissue Therapist Cassandra Garmozi and more musings from fans’ favourite, The Wasps Whisperer.
The club shop will open before the game at midday, at half time and straight after the game.
Wasps Legends Charity Launch
This weekend we welcome more than 50 former Wasps players who are launching the Wasps Legends Charity Foundation at Adams Park before the game. With more than 50 members attending, the launch itself will be held privately before the game but there will be plenty of familiar faces around the ground this Sunday so don't be shy in saying hello!
For more on the charity work of the Wasps Legends see here
Car-parking & Directions
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 11.30am 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 game. 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.