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The Fan Village

The Fan Village

Aside from the top-class action on the pitch, the Premiership Rugby Fan Village will once again offer plenty of entertainment for all the family. The Fan Village opens from 11am and will play host to thousands of fans in the build up to kick off and for the post-match celebrations.

The BT Sport stage returns with the BT Sport team being joined by a number of famous faces ready to reflect on the success of the Aviva Premiership Rugby season and discuss the key match-ups for the Final battle.

Within the Village itself Fans can enjoy a number of great experiences including driving the famous Silverstone circuit in our race driving simulator. Our team at Global Games will be supplying activities for the more energetic supporters to test their skills in the interactive games zone.

Younger fans will also have the chance to show off their rugby skills on our pop-up rugby pitch alongside a showcase of some of Premiership Rugby’s award-winning community projects. Players from the finalist clubs will be there between 12–1pm to give supporters some top tips.

Meanwhile Land Rover, the Official Vehicle Partner of Premiership Rugby, are also bringing their unique fleet of remote control cars for everyone to put to the test across a number of challenging terrains and obstacles. And Fans will struggle to miss the Land Rover Terrapod where you could be lucky enough to experience the latest Land Rover models being taken through their paces.

Land Rover owners will also be entertained in their own exclusive area to soak up the pre-match atmosphere with free burgers and soft drinks. (Just show your Land Rover key fob to get free admission).

Along with all of the above there will be plenty of food and drink on offer and a face painting tent where you can be painted to show your true colours as you cheer your team to victory.

Make sure you get to the stadium early to make the most of this fantastic occasion.

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