Falcons pull in biggest crowd in six years

Saturday 27 December 2014 Written by: Adam

Newcastle Falcons have now sold over 8,200 tickets for this afternoon’s big festive fixture against Saracens, meaning that the club will welcome the biggest crowd in over six years to Kingston Park.

The last time the Falcons welcomed in a crowd of over 8,000 was in May 2008 for two consecutive games against Wasps and Leicester Tigers.

Today’s game sees Newcastle Falcons take on Saracens (ko 3pm). And with live music in the West Stand concourse bar after the game, today’s festivities at Kingston Park offer the opportunity for a fantastic afternoon out with friends and family.

Although the game continues to sell well, there are still standing tickets available from only £15 for adults and £7.50 for juniors.

Those fans who have not yet purchased their tickets are advised to do so quickly either by visiting the club’s East Stand Ticket Office, which is open right up until kick off, or [online][1] using the print at home option.

Any supporters who have tickets to collect for the game are advised to arrive early as there are over 300 packets currently waiting at the club’s East Stand ticket collection window.

Please note that all onsite parking for today’s game is now sold out. Anyone who has not pre-purchased their match or seasonal parking pass is advised to use public transport or to park in a local Nexus Metro Station car parks and ride to the game.

A reduced price happy hour drinks promotion will be available in bars throughout the stadium between 1.30 and 2.30pm as the club builds towards kick off.

[1]: http://www.newcastlefalcons.co.uk/Pages/Tickets/info