Match Day information – Northampton Anglo-Welsh
As Kingston Park Stadium prepares for the first match of this season’s Anglo-Welsh Cup Northampton Saints, the club would like to share the following information to allow you to fully enjoy your match day experience.
**Kick Off Time** – Sunday’s game against Saints will kick off at 3pm.
**Opening Times** – Stadium bars and turnstiles will open at 1:30pm with the East Stand Tap & Tackle open to all guests from 10am. Doors for guests attending as part of Kingston Park Stadium’s award-winning match day hospitality packages will be open from 12:30 with food served from 1pm.
**Match Tickets** – Tickets for the game are still available to buy now online, in person from the Kingston Park Stadium Box Office or by calling the club’s Ticket Hotline on 0871 226 6060. Advanced prices remain valid until 12 noon with prices starting from £15 for adults and £5 for under-16s. After 12 noon a £3 match day premium applies to all tickets.
**Stadium Access** – Supporters must enter the stand for which they hold tickets to gain entry into the ground. Kingston Park Stadium’s ticket scanners will have restrictions in place which will only allow tickets for that stand to be scanned.
PLEASE NOTE: The North Stand will be closed for this weekend’s fixture. Supporters who hold tickets for this stand should enter the stadium as normal via the East or West stands and then stand in the South Stand or along the East terrace.
**Security** – Kingston Park Stadium will be operating enhanced security procedures around Saturday’s game, including bag searches. If you would usually bring a bag to the game please consider whether this is something you really need; if you do need to bring a bag please be aware that it will be subject to search from security staff and be sure to allow extra time for getting into the ground.
**Bars** – Supporters bar facilities are available in the East, South and West stands including the new 1877 Bar.
Happy Hour – Special prices will apply across stadium bars from 1:30pm until 2:30pm
**WIN! A Big Night Oot** – Ever wanted to side step like Sinoti Sinoti? Have your photo taken in our special head in the hole standee, tweet the picture with the hashtag #bignightoot and you’ll be in with a chance of winning your own Big Night Oot thanks to As You Like It.
Standees will be located in the Tap & Tackle and West Stand.
**Remembrance Sunday** – As the closest home game to Armistace Day, The club will be honouring armed forces personnel at Sunday’s game. Prior to the 3pm kick-off there will be a two-minute silence and a rendition of the ‘Last Post’ before the laying of a wreath of poppies on the field.
**Parking** – Stadium car parking for Sunday’s match is limited in availability. Any fans not wishing to drive to the stadium are encouraged to use public transport to get to the game, with park and ride facilities available at Callerton Parkway, Northumberland Park, Bank Foot and Heworth.
**Club Shop** – The Falcons club shop and ticket office will be open from 9am up until half time and then for 45 minutes after the full time whistle. Replica and match authentic home and away shirts are in stock for this weekend, with adult replicas priced at £49.99 and authentics priced at £69.99.
**Curry Corner** – After a successful debut, Curry Corner will again be running in the 1877 Bar from around 17:30 on Sunday. Serving delicious, free helpings of curry and rice prepared by the award winning Kingston Park Stadium chefs, it is part of the club’s ongoing efforts to enhance the match day experience and reward the loyal Falcons Family.
**Army Rugby Showcase** – Following the Anglo-Welsh Cup encounter, teams representing 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery and 4th Regiment Royal Artillery will play a showcase fixture on the main Kingston Park Stadium pitch.
Kicking off at 17:15, entry to the game is included with your Sunday match ticket, with the East side of the stadium remaining open for seating and standing accommodation.
**Pitch Access** – Due to the Army fixture, pitch access will not be available following Sunday’s game. The club apologies for any inconvenience caused.