1 December 2020
Tickets and parking for London Irish's Gallagher Premiership clash against Sale Sharks are now on general sale.
After 10 months of supporters not being able to attend matches, London Irish is delighted to finally be welcoming back crowds this Sunday for the Gallagher Premiership round 3 clash against Sale Sharks.
Following on from the club's first ever game #BackInTown yesterday, which resulted in a 22-9 victory over Leicester Tigers, the Exiles' will be looking to build on the strong start in the capital this weekend. And you can be there to cheer the team on!
Book your tickets now to be among the first to see London Irish play in their new home!
Click here to book tickets.
If you have any questions regarding match tickets, please refer to the FAQ’s which can be found here.
Hospitality is also available for £98 per person (inc. VAT). Hospitality is situated in the South Stand, and includes:
- Welcome drink on arrival (beer/glass of wine/soft drink)
- Pre-match sit-down meal (braised beef - veggie options available on request)
- Pie served at half-time
- Padded seats
Tables available for parties of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 – limited quantities of each, table service only. For more information on hospitality packages, please contact [email protected].
Click here to book hospitality.
Car parking for the Sale game is now also on sale.
The car parks are operated by our partner EST and available to book through this website. Parking must be pre-booked. If you have any questions, please call 02081 940034.
The car parks are situated at Lionel Road Primary School (£20) and Chiswick Park (£15) and sold on a first come first served basis. The car parks will be open from three hours prior to kick-off, and remain open for three hours after the final whistle.
Additional spaces in alternative sites will become available as and when demand increases.
If you require disabled parking, please email [email protected]
For supporters who plan to travel to the stadium using public transport, there are several options available.
There are eight stations located within a 20 minute walking radius of the stadium, so if you are planning to travel either by train or tube, do please consider all of these to avoid over crowding at any particular station, which could result in delays.
The nearest station, Kew Bridge, has one train every hour on Sundays (and every 30 minutes on Saturdays).
There are also a number of bus routes that serve the stadium. Supporters are advised to check for the latest information about bus routes at tfl.gov.uk or via travel management apps. Please allow extra time for bus journeys during the pandemic as it may not be possible to board the first bus that arrives due to social distancing protocols.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Brentford Community Stadium!