Saints semi-final tickets on general sale

Jim Mallinder will be hoping to guide Saints to the Premiership title
Jim Mallinder will be hoping to guide Saints to the Premiership title
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Saints tickets for the Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final against Harlequins on Friday, April 25 are on general sale to all supporters.

Around 7,000 tickets have already been snapped up for the clash between the two Aviva Premiership top teams, who have both lifted the Amlin Challenge Cup in the past five years – the Saints in 2009 and Harlequins in 2011.

It will be the first European semi-final to be held at Franklin’s Gardens since the Saints beat Saracens in May 2009, with the winner of next Friday’s clash going on to play either Bath or London Wasps in Cardiff on May 23.

Both the Saints and Harlequins qualified for the Amlin Challenge Cup knockouts after finishing second in their respective Heineken Cup pools.

The game has been classified as Category ‘A’, with ticket prices starting at £24 for juniors and concessions, and £35 for adults. Bookings can be made at:

Tickets can also be booked in person at the Saints Ticket Office, which is open at the following times:

Tuesday and Wednesday – 12noon-5pm

Thursday – 12noon-7pm

Good Friday – CLOSED

Easter Saturday – 9am-12noon

Easter Sunday – From 9am (ahead of London Irish game)

Bank Holiday Mon – CLOSED

The Ticket Office will return to normal opening hours on Tuesday, April 22.