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London Double Header 2015 confirmed

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Premiership Rugby can today confirm that next season’s London Double Header will take place on Saturday 28 November, with tickets now on sale.

The home teams in this eagerly-awaited annual clash will be Aviva Premiership Rugby champions Saracens and London Irish with the away sides confirmed at the Fixtures Launch on 3 July, at the top of the BT Tower in central London.

"The London Double Header has become one of the highlights of the Aviva Premiership Rugby calendar," said Premiership Rugby's Commercial Director, Dominic Hayes.

"With Twickenham not available until after the Rugby World Cup this is the earliest we are able to schedule this year’s London Double Header but we are pleased that we will we once again deliver a day that club rugby fans really look forward to."

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The Aviva Premiership Rugby season will kick off on the weekend of 16-18 October.

Tickets for the London Double Header are available through Ticketmaster from just £24 for adults and £10 for children. One ticket gets you in for both matches, while Season Ticket holders for the home clubs will be entitled to a free ticket, as always.
 

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