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Your guide to: London Wasps v Saracens

Everything you need to know if you are attending London Wasps v Saracens this Saturday at Adams Park, KO 15:00

London Wasps return to Adams Park this weekend after last week's fiercely fought contest with Northampton Saints, where they will host table toppers and local rivals Saracens in a crucial Aviva Premiership game.

Tickets

Tickets are still available for the game through the London Wasps Ticket Office.

To secure your place call 0844 225 9555 or book online here.

Opening Times

  • The Ticket Office phone-lines at the Stadium open at 10.00
  • The Stadium Gates, Entertainment Village, Hospitality, Marquee, Vere Suite and Club Shop all open at 12:00
  • The Stadium Bowl Opens at 13:30
  • The bar will be open from 12:00

  • As always we're encouraging all supporters to get in their seats early for the game and cheer on the team throughout the warm-up!

    Entertainment

    Performing in the Wasps Nest Marquee pre-match and post-match this weekend is Magda Pring - a hugely talented vocallist who has worked with celebrity artists all over the country.

    Backed by the equally talented James Henton of ever-popular Beaconsfield-based covers band The Deps, who have recently performed to great acclaim in the Wasps Nest Marquee, Magda is looking forward to performing in front of a great crowd ahead of our match against Saracens on Saturday

    Q & As

    There will be Q&As with a selection of Wasps players before the game in Honours (13:50), the Vere Suite (14.00) and the Woodlands Lounge (14:15) hosted by David Kurk.

    Following the match, there will be Q&A's in the Vere Suite.

    Mind Charity Game

    As part of the partnership between London Wasps and Mind, four home games this season will support the charity’s fundraising activity and the mental health charity will make their second visit of the season for this weekend’s Aviva Premiership clash.

    Mind bucket collectors will be present around the ground this Sunday, and they will be happy to chat to supporters about everything the Charity does. The Mind ‘Stress Ball’ Mascot will also be out and about around the ground for pictures and a walkabout with Sting.

    There’s also a great chance to support Mind in the Club shop this weekend with 10% of all alternate blue shirts sold this weekend going directly to the charity.


    Flags

    New look London Wasps flags will be available for purchase at the club shop and around the ground this Saturday. All profits will be going to the Club's official charity partner - Mind.

    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 programme features an exclusive interview with fly half Stephen Jones who discusses the next few games and his future as a coach with the club. We also catch up with Senior Physiotherapist Ali James and Matt Everard tells us who his sporting hero is!

    Easter is just around the corner, so with each programme bought we will also include a Lindt chocolate bunny for those chocoholics among you! (subject to availability)

    The programme will be on sale around the ground on Saturday for £3 but you can also download it online from Friday!

    PC and Mac users can download single editions or programme packages here

    Apple iTunes users should use this link and Android users have the option of downloading here

    Club Shop

    The club shop will open before the game from 12:00, at half time and straight after the game.

    Ticket Office

    The Ticket Office will also stay open after the game for those of you interested in purchasing highly sought after tickets to the Amlin Challenge Cup Quarter Final against Leinster.

    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 12:00 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

    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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