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Allianz Park to host Champions Cup quarter final

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Saracens are delighted to announce that their European Champions Cup quarter final fixture against Northampton Saints will take place at Allianz Park.

The club can confirm that the stadium located in Barnet, north London will meet EPCR regulations to host the knock-out fixture after discussions with both Barnet Borough Council and EPCR.

The game between the Aviva Premiership rivals has been confirmed for Saturday April 9, kick-off 17h45.

Saracens Chief Executive Officer, Heath Harvey: "We’re delighted that we have been able to host the game here in north London and in the Borough of Barnet. We’re extremely proud to call Barnet our home and to be able to host a game of this magnitude is great news for Saracens, the Borough, and north London as a whole. We have had some very detailed discussions with the Borough Council, and we thank them for their support throughout the process. A European Champions Cup quarter final against Northampton is a mouth-watering prospect, and we are looking forward to the game in April."

Tickets for the European Rugby Champions Cup quarter final will go on sale today. Season Ticket Holders will have their seats reserved and will enjoy their 25% discount. Tickets will also go on sale for regular visitors to Allianz Park. All those affected will receive an email from the club shortly.

For more information please email supporterservices@saracens.net.

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