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stadiummk heading for sold out status

stadiummk is set for a new venue attendance record this weekend, with tickets rapidly running out for Northampton Saints’ top of the Aviva Premiership table clash with Saracens.

The Saints’ game against Saracens is shaping up to be a crucial clash in the fortunes of both teams as they aim for a home Aviva Premiership semi-final, and with the clubs also sitting first and second in the league table it is certainly living up to its ‘Best of English’ billing.

With a full house, pre-match marching band on the pitch and HRH The Princess Royal attending the game in her capacity as Patron of Transaid, including meeting both teams before kick off and presenting the man of the match award, it is also going to be an occasion that will live long in the memory.

A limited number of tickets are available from the Saints Ticket Office – order online 24/7 at www.northamptonsaints.co.uk/buytickets

Tickets can also be ordered from www.ticketmaster.co.uk/RoadTo2015

The Park & Ride and Park & Walk facilities have also been extremely popular among travelling supporters, who are now recommended to use car parks in Central Milton Keynes and take advantage of the free shuttle bus service that will be running between Milton Keynes Station and stadiummk from 12:15pm.

Supporters are reminded that there is no public car parking on site if you do not have a pass, and that coach travel between Franklin’s Gardens and stadiummk is only possible if you have already booked a ticket. There will be no coach travel available on the day from Franklin’s Gardens.

The match on April 25th will also form part of England Rugby 2015’s testing programme, allowing the organisers to test elements of match day delivery at Stadium MK ahead of hosting three Rugby World Cup 2015 matches: France v Canada on Thursday, October 1st; Samoa v Japan on Saturday, October 3rd; and Fiji v Uruguay on Tuesday, October 6th.
 

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