Aviva Premiership Rugby returns to Adams Park on Sunday, 24 October KO 3.00pm, with Wasps set to face Northampton Saints in a big Round 6 clash!
The two Premiership heavyweights served up a pair of thrillers last season, with both teams holding on to secure narrow home wins against their opponents.
The Saints have been in impressive early season form and Wasps will be out to build on last Sunday’s bonus point Heineken Cup win at home with a third successive victory at Adams Park this season.
Tickets for this Aviva Premiership Rugby clash are on sale now!
Call 0844 225 2990 or click here to buy tickets now and be there when these two Premiership heavyweights collide on Sunday.
Gates will open on Saturday from 12.00pm and the Vere Suite will also be open to Season Ticket Holders at this time. The bowl will open to all supporters at 1.30pm. Food and drink outlets will be on hand in the Supporters Village and a DJ will be present both before and after the match.
We are now a few weeks into the Public Consultation for a New Community Stadium and there will be an excellent opportunity to have your say at Adams Park on Sunday.
There will be an excellent opportunity to have your say, with easy to find station points available around the stadium and teams of helpers on hand to distribute Council voting forms.
We need your support! The Public Consolation ends on the 29 October and this will be the last time at a Wasps home game to register your support in this easy and convenient way.
Voting is still critical to ensure we send a strong message to the Council that the New Community Stadium at Booker and Sports Village is something that we need and want.
Please vote and show your support for the New Community Stadium and Sports Village – and Back Booker!
Please take note of stadium Q&A timings for this Sunday’s match against Northampton.
Pre-match Q&A sessions will be held in the Match Day Restaurant (1.30pm), Woodlands Suite (1.45pm), Vere Suite (2.10pm) and the Wasps Nest marquee (2.10pm).
Post match Q&As will also be held in the Wasps Nest marquee (5.00pm) and the Vere Suite (5.10pm).
Wasps Radio is our new in-game commentary and Ref-Link service exclusive to Season Ticket Holders. If you are yet to collect yours, visit the information centre at Adams Park before kick off on Sunday.
England, Lions and Wasps legend Phil Vickery will be signing copies of his brand new autobiography, Raging Bull, in the Wasps Nest marquee after the match on Sunday. Phil will also be taking part in a Q & A in the marquee before the signing, so make sure you head there after the final whistle.
Copies of Phil Vickery: Raging Bull will be on sale at the Club Shop, so grab a copy and get it signed today!
London Wasps official merchandise is also available online and in the Eden Store, High Wycombe, Monday to Saturday 9.00am – 5.30pm and till 8.00pm on Thursday or via Mail Order on 0870 428 7910 Monday to Friday 10.00am to 4.00pm.
Don’t miss your chance to have a go at the new EMC Goal Kicking Challenge before kick off, near the Wasps Nest marquee in the Supporters Village. Free to enter for all ages, the challenge is to kick as many goals as you can into a giant kicking inflatable within 30 seconds. The winner takes home a St George’s Day Game shirt and a place at a London Wasps CoacHclass, so make sure you take up the challenge on Sunday!
TRAINS: Supporters travelling to Adams Park by train can plan their journey using Chiltern Railways here. If you are travelling with Chiltern Railways don’t miss out on a great 20% saving for supporters travelling to the game – simply show your match ticket or Black and Gold Card before you buy!
FREE BUS SERVICES: London Wasps free bus services will be in operation on Sunday from 12pm – servicing both the town and the Cressex Park and Ride. Buses will continue to run to and from the stadium, ahead of the game and after final whistle, dropping off and picking up from the end of Hillbottom Road which is a short walk from the stadium.
The last buses will depart at 7.00pm from inside the ground.
CAR PARKING: There will be ample car parking on the day. All car parks will close at 6.30pm.
For your full guide to parking at Adams Park please click here.