Fixtures for London Irish’s Premiership campaign have been announced and preparations are well underway for what is shaping up to be an exciting season to mark the Exiles’ final year at the Madejski Stadium.
For some lucky supporters, the season will start on an extra special note, with the club offering some fantastic money-can’t-buy prizes to all Season Ticket holders that have renewed before the Early Bird and Direct Debit deadline on 24 July.
Two supporters will receive a unique and privileged experience of a European away trip from the perspective of the players, as they will travel with the team to the club’s European Challenge Cup game against Toulon.
The winners will travel on the same flight and stay in the same hotel as the squad before watching the game in the Stade Mayol, all paid for by the club. This unique opportunity will give the supporters unrivalled access to the players whilst experiencing a match day at one of the most iconic European venues.
Also on offer is the chance to watch training at Hazelwood in the company of Exiles legend Topsy Ojo, to talk you through the session and answer any and all of your questions. After training, you and Topsy will join the team for lunch and the opportunity to meet and mingle with the players.
The third prize available is a BLK 2019/20 home shirt, signed by the playing squad.
All you have to do to be in with the chance of winning one of these three prizes is to have secured your Season Ticket before 5pm on Wednesday 24 July. The exact date of the Toulon game will be announced in August.
If you choose to take advantage of the Direct Debit scheme, the cost of your Season Ticket will be spread over 8 months, meaning an adult can buy from just £38.75 per month and won’t owe a penny until the middle of August.
After this deadline, the Early Bird discount will end and all Season Ticket prices will increase by £20.
To make the most of the Direct Debit payment scheme, the Early Bird discount, and to be in with the chance of winning a trip to Toulon, buy your Season Ticket today from ticketing.londonirish.net or by calling 0118 968 1016.