Apr 07, 2017
What's on at Wembley Stadium on Saturday
Make the most of your Derby Day experience at Wembley Stadium this weekend!
Saturday’s game kicks off at 16H30.
Gates open at Wembley Stadium at 14H15.
If you haven’t already booked for Derby Day you can purchase tickets on the day from the East Ticket Office. If you still haven't received your tickets click here for more info.
Saracens face Harlequins at Wembley Stadium on Saturday and the club can confirm that all tickets for the Derby Day game have been dispatched.
If you have yet to receive your tickets here are some key points:
- If you have not received your tickets in Friday's (7th April) post please ensure you have contacted Supporter Services by email at firstname.lastname@example.org before arriving at Wembley Stadium to arrange a reprint.
- If you have arranged a ticket reprint and subsequently receive your tickets in the post please do not attempt to use these tickets to access the stadium as they will have been invalidated. Please visit the West ticket office to collect your re-printed tickets on Saturday. The ticket office will be open from 12H00.
Enjoy all the entertainment as well as the rugby action at Wembley and make the most of your day at the National Stadium. Here’s what’s on this Saturday in the main stadium bowl.
14H50 – Pride in Unity parade featuring 2,000 participants from local and partner rugby clubs gets under way.
15H45 – The pre-match show gets underway with a performance from Wembley regulars Rock Choir and Love to Dance
16H05 – X-Factor winner Louisa Johnson takes to the pitch to perform
16H30 – Saracens v Harlequins kicks off
17H10 – Rock Choir half time performance
17H15 – Louisa Johnson performs her final track of the afternoon
17H25 – The second half gets underway
18H05 – Full time
If you’re at the stadium early why not also pay a visit to the London Designer Outlet next door to the stadium for a spot of shopping or a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants and cafes. You can also grab a drink at the nearby Wembley Park fan zone where there will be food and drink concessions open.
And if you’d like to share your Derby Day experience with us you can tweet us your #SarriesSelfie to @saracens for the chance to feature on the screens around the stadium concourse.
Match Day Programmes
It’s a bumper Wembley special this weekend with including an interview with cover star Maro Itoje! Pick up a copy for £5 around the ground.
This Saturday you can find Saracens merchandise on the Olympic Way, in the main Wembley store and in two stores on club level as well as in plenty of concessions around the stadium. Don’t miss great prices on home and away kit with up to £20 off, our limited edition match day scarf and ball plus many more great souvenirs and ways to show your support for your Sarries! Opening times for retail around the stadium are:
Stadium Store: 10H00
Olympic Way 2 trailers: 12H00
External Concourse – 2 Large Retail Units: 13H00
Level 1 – 6 Merch Stands: 14H15
Level 2 – 4 Stands / Walk in units: 14H15
Level 5 – 5 Stands: 14H15
Getting to Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium is best accessed by public transport. The nearest stations are:
Wembley Park Station (Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines)
Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)
Wembley Central Station (Bakerloo, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines)
Parking for Derby Day at Wembley is not available to purchase through Saracens. If you are driving to the game parking must be booked in advance through Wembley Stadium.