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Will you break a world record at Wembley?

Sales for Saracens vs Harlequins at Wembley Stadium on Saturday are at 83,885 so just five more ticket sales are needed to set a new world record attendance for a club rugby match – so will you be a record breaker?

Tickets for the game are still on sale so you could be the supporter who breaks the record. Tickets are available now at www.ticketmaster.co.uk so make sure your are part of history.
 
Saracens hold the world record of 83,889, set last year when the same two teams clashed at Wembley Stadium.

And scrum half Neil de Kock can’t wait for the game having featured in all but one of the club’s 11 matches at Wembley.

"I’ve been fortunate enough to play at Wembley many times and each occasion has been something special. To be part of a great occasion at such a magnificent stadium is not something you take for granted and both sets of players seem to love playing there. We’ve created some great memories and this game against Harlequins is certain to be another."
 

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