London Wasps return to Adams Park this weekend where they will host Worcester Warriors in their second home game of the season.
Wasps will be looking to continue on a good start at home after a fine win at Adams Park last time out over London Irish.
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 click through the tickets link in the supporters tab of the website.
The Stadium Gates, Entertainment Village, Hospitality, Marquee, Vere Suite and Club Shop all open at midday.
The Ticket Office at the Stadium opens at 13.00am.
The Stadium Bowl Opens at 13:30.
We're encouraging fans to get in their seats early for the game and cheer on the team throughout the warm-up!
The entertainment village will once again feature live music before and after the game. On Sunday there will be a live performance from Swing singer Katie Birthall as well as a Swing dance band on stage in the Marquee.
The entertainment village opens at midday.
There are plenty of food and drink outlets while the car-park DJ will keep the music pumping.
There will be Q&As with a selection of Wasps players before the game in both the Woodlands Lounge (14:00) and the Vere Suite (14:10) and following the game with in the Vere Suite (17:10).
At halftime, there will be a presentation made by former Wasps player Peter Scrivener to someone who has been a part of the Wasps family for over 50 years.
Supporters should note that at the London Welsh game on October 28, a presentation will be made to Nic Berry to mark his retirement and another for Tim Payne to mark his 250th appearance.
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 with new signing Andrea Masi, an insight into the role of Attack Coach Shane Howarth and more musings from fans’ favourite, The Wasps Whisperer.
For more information about the new features, and some of your returning favourites, in this year’s programme check it out here
The club shop will open before the game at midday, at half time and straight after the game.
The Park and Ride services will begin at midday 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.