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London Double Header 2010

The London Double Header kicks off the new Premiership rugby season with the four London clubs renewing old rivalries at Twickenham Stadium on 4 September

The day consists of two back-to-back matches - London Wasps vs. Harlequins and London Irish vs. Saracens. Your ticket entitles you to watch both matches. Fixtures and kick-off times will be confirmed at the end of June.

Last year a crowd of 68,000 filled rugby HQ and with over half the tickets priced at just £10 (Adults & Juniors) a near sell-out attendance is targeted for this year. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster or calling 0844 847 2492.

For Season Ticket Holders the match forms part of the season ticket package. Tickets must be applied for, however, so call the London Wasps ticket office on 0844 225 2990 to claim your seat at Twickenham.

Season Ticket Holders can also take advantage of a special 20% discount on additional tickets for friends and family members.

It's not just world class rugby on offer at the London Double Header. There is plenty to do at the ground pre and post kick-off, with the legendary Premiership Village in full swing and the return of the Premiership Fan Park.

Between them, the four clubs boast a huge array of international stars, making this an unmissable top class rugby day out!

London Double Header hospitality packages

Enjoy a wonderful three course meal before watching both London Double Header games in style! Wasps' London Double Header hospitality package is available now, with a special price for all 2010/11 Season Ticket Holders. Contact Alistair Beynon on 0208 896 4874 or email or click here for more information.

Be a star for the day

The London Double Header Festival of Rugby will once again be taking place at Old Deer Park in Richmond on the morning of the match. Last year, over 1,500 rugby playing kids displayed their rugby skills in the morning prior to watching top class rugby at Twickenham Stadium in the afternoon.

Click here for more information.