Thursday 31 October 2013 Written by: Adam

Following the Falcons dramatic victory over London Irish last Sunday, the club will be welcoming the Exiles back to Kingston Park for their LV= Cup match on Sunday 10 November.

To mark Remembrance Sunday and show our appreciation for the hard work that they do, Newcastle Falcons are opening this game up to members of the Armed Forces past and present and offering them free tickets to the game.

Past and present members of the Army, Navy and Air Force, including reservists and those who have served or are serving for our allied nations’ forces, are entitled to one free ticket to the game each in the best available seat. Those wishing to bring a friend or partner along to the game can do so at the reduced price of only £10.

Former Royal Marine Commando turned Falcons strength and conditioning coach Andy Perry said: “This is a fantastic endorsement from Newcastle Falcons. Our Armed Forces have some of the hardest jobs in the world and I know from experience that British servicemen and women on active service would be very proud that a top Premiership Rugby team like the Falcons are supporting them.”

Past or current members of the Armed Forces who currently hold a Season Ticket with Newcastle Falcons will be entitled to one free ticket to this game on production of valid identification.

Simply call into the Kingston Park Club Shop before midday on Sunday 10 November with proof of service and identity to claim your free ticket.

The poppy appeal collected at the Falcons v London Irish game on Sunday 27 October and raised a staggering £607.02. We would like to extend our thanks to all those who generously donated and bought poppies.