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London Irish Launch Membership Scheme

London Irish is proud to launch a new membership scheme for the 2016/17 season which will be available from Wednesday 13th April and includes a price freeze.

The new membership scheme, which replaces the Season Ticket, is designed to reward the Club’s supporters and create a true sense of belonging, uniting the London Irish family as one Club.

There will be two options available – one which includes access to all the home games at Madejski Stadium and will go on sale this Wednesday 13th April. The second option which, will go on sale at a later date, does not include a match ticket, meaning that supporters who are unable to join us for the full season can still be part of the family.

In addition to the existing benefits supporters have enjoyed this season, there will be a number of additional benefits introduced for 2016/17. These include a welcome gift pack, loyalty points scheme, exclusive invitations and members' discounts to "Exiles Events" and much more, offering greater value for money and the opportunity to get even closer to the Club.

Full membership will be available from only £260 for adults and free for U13s.

London Irish Chief Executive, Bob Casey, said: "We recognise our supporters’ affinity with this Club goes further than where they sit on a matchday. Throughout the season they immerse themselves in London Irish and live and breathe the Club. Our membership scheme is about bringing supporters closer to the heart of the Club and rewarding their loyalty.

"As our London Irish family grows, we want to find a way to give supporters both near and far, the chance to be part of our Club and our membership scheme creates an opportunity for everyone to be part of our journey."
 

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