Important information ahead of today's game against Leicester Tigers.
With a bumper crowd in expected to be in attendance today, Newcastle Falcons would like to share the following information with you in the build up to the game so you may enjoy your afternoon to the full.
Kick Off Time – This afternoon’s game will kick off at 15:00
Land Rover Cup – Ahead of the game, the Falcons Community Foundation is hosting the 2015 Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup. Over 60 teams and close to 1,000 young players will compete for the chance to parade at Twickenham at the Aviva Premiership Final in May.
Opening Times – Stadium bars and turnstiles will open at 13:30. Doors for guests attending as part of the award winning hospitality packages will be open from 12 Noon with food served from 13:00.
Stadium Access – With a crowd in excess of 8,000 expected on Sunday, supporters must enter the stand which they hold tickets for to gain entry into the ground. Kingston Park’s ticket scanners will have restrictions in place that will only allow tickets for that stand to be scanned.
Season Ticket Holders for all stands will still be able to scanned on entry into the Season Ticket Holders bar on the ground floor of the East Stand.
Ticket Sales – Tickets for the match continue to sell well so while it is anticipated that while tickets will be available up until kick off, this cannot be guaranteed, neither can the availability of tickets in all areas.
Supporters are strongly recommended to buy tickets for this match in advance by clicking here and opting to print at home or by visiting the Kingston Park Box Office. Please remember that advance prices apply until Midday, after which, full match day prices will apply.
Parking – Please note that all on-site car parking is now fully booked, meaning that there will be no pay on the door parking available at Kingston Park stadium. Fans are advised either to park at nearby Kingston Park or Callerton Parkway Metro stations and either walk or take a short Metro ride to the game or to use public transport to get to the game.
Bars – Supporters Bar facilities are available in the East, South and West stands, with additional mobile bars available to supporters within the stadium perimeter. For those wishing to enjoy a full day at the rugby, the stadium concourse bars will be running happy hour drinks promotions from 13:30 – 14:30
Programmes - Due to a delivery issue from our suppliers, we regret to inform supporters there will be no programmes available for sale at the game this afternoon. They will arrive at Kingston Park early next week. Please call the club shop on 0191 214 2826 from Monday should you wish to order a copy.
Club Shop – As part of the Tigers taming we will have a half-price sale on all authentic and replica shirts today. The sale will also be online from 4pm Saturday until 9am Monday morning and will see adult replica shirts priced £24.99, and juniors £19.99. Authentic shirts will be priced at £34.99 for adults and £29.99 for juniors.
Land Rover – Alongside the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup, the official vehicle partner of Premiership Rugby will be present with complimentary hospitality for Land Rover customers.
The unique hospitality area will be open to Land Rover owners from 13:00 with customers simply having to present their key fob to Land Rover staff to gain access to the area,
Aviva Grab a Ticket – The Premiership's answer to the Crystal Dome will be at Kingston Park giving supporters the chance to win tickets to the Aviva Premiership final. Be sure to pay it a visit.
England U18 v Scotland U18 – Kingston Park hosts International rugby this Sunday with the U18 sides for England and Scotland facing each other after the Tigers game at 17:30. Ticket holders for the Falcons game are welcome to stay on and watch this match at no additional cost.
Anyone who wishes to solely attend the international can buy tickets priced at £10 for adults and £5 for under 16s.
All supporters will be accommodated in the West Stand on an unreserved seating basis for the Under 18s game.
Pitch Access – Supporters will unfortunately not be able to take to the field after Sunday’s game as a result of the England U18s v Scotland U18s match.