After six weeks without a home game we’re back at the Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday 3 December for the Club's Family Day fixture and a visit from Newcastle Falcons in Round 12 of the Gallagher Premiership (kick-off 3pm). Here’s all you need to know:


  • Kids for a Quid! As part of the Club’s Family Day, tickets for children aged 11 and under are just £1 for this match! Supporters can book up to three child tickets for £1 for each full-paying accompanying adult. Adult tickets are on sale from £20 - book online here.
  • Hospitality is available to book in a variety of lounges, starting from £100 + VAT per person in the 1898 Club including the chance to meet the players post-match! Email [email protected] for more information.
  • Group discounts are available for 10 or more adults, email [email protected]
  • All ticket prices increase by £3 on match day. The Ticket Office at the stadium will be open from midday.
  • Match tickets can either be sent via email as PDF’s that can be printed or displayed on your phone, or accessed through the London Irish App. Instructions for how to use the app can be found here.


  • Parking is available to book through the Club’s parking partner, EST, at Our Lady and St John’s School for £15, or Lionel Road School for £20. Parking must be booked in advance by clicking here. Parking at Chiswick Business Park is not available for this fixture.
  • Due to the closure of Barnes Bridge for repair work, there will be disruption on the Kew Bridge SWR line. Click here for more information.
  • There are several bicycle racks available for use at the stadium. You can find space for 88 bicycles in the racks in the North West corner of the ground next to the stairs, and 98 by the bridge linking Capital Interchange Way to the back of the East Stand.


  • Gates open at 1.30pm.
  • The 301 Bar, run by former London Irish players Topsy Ojo and Conor Gilsenan, will be situated behind the East Stand before and after the match serving a range of beverages.
  • The London Irish Foundation will be running a disability inclusion festival at Gunnersbury Park to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, with the participants will take part in the pre-match Guard of Honour.
  • The London Irish Fan Store will be open from 9.30am until 45 minutes following the final whistle, selling a wide range of clothing and merchandise, including Purple Socks which the London Irish players will be wearing for the game as a show of support for disability inclusion – find out more here. There is also 15% off home and away replica shorts in the Fan Store on Saturday!
  • For those in the North and West stands, head to the Family Area in the corner of concourses for Family Day activities including face painting, balloon modelling and ‘Sweet As’ pick n mix stall. A couple of first team players will be in the area for autographs and selfies, too!
  • There will also be a one-off Kids Store in the Family Area selling junior kit and training fear, flags, foam hands, soft toys, hats and scarves.
  • We'll be collecting Christmas present donations at the game to give to children in local hospices. If you would like to donate, please bring an unwrapped children's present to hospitality reception before or after the match. The presents will be wrapped and delivered to a selection of children's hospices by the London Irish Foundation throughout December.
  • Club partner PHD will be running a virtual reality experience in the Family Area – be sure to check it out if you’re in the North or West stands.
  • Ronan MacManus will be performing live on the pitch in the build up to kick-off.
  • Our Community Club of the week, Reading Abbey, will be doing a parade around the pitch before the match.
  • The match day programme will be on sale from sellers situated in the North West corner, South East corner and near the Ticket Office.
  • A new pop-up food offering - 'Brilliant Punjabi' - will be operating from kiosk 163 in the North Stand. Created by celebrity chef and author Dipna Anand, it will serve a selection of dishes from their popular Punjabi restaurant in Southall including butter chicken and pilau rice, vegan chana masala and pilau rice, paneer pakora and bhaji snack box.
  • Grab a drink or bite to eat from one of the concourse kiosks. All four stands contain both Fitzy’s Kitchen and Four Province’s Bars, which contain the following items:

Fitzy’s Kitchen:

  • Hot Drinks (Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate)
  • Soft Drinks (Still Water, Coke Zero, Sprite Zero, Oasis Zero)
  • Carlsberg (can)
  • London Pride (bottle)
  • Cornish Orchards Cider (bottle)
  • Hot Pies (Chicken Balti, Moroccan Tomato & Chickpea) & Sausage Rolls
  • Lamb Shawarma                           
  • Texan BBQ Chicken Burger       
  • Grilled Falafel Flatbread             
  • Hot dogs                                           
  • Pizza Margherita                           
  • Pizza Pepperoni                                            
  • Confectionary

Certain food items are not available in every kitchen but can be accessed throughout the East, North and West stands.

Four Provinces Bar:

  • Grolsch Pilsner (draught)
  • Guinness (draught)
  • London Pride (bottle)
  • Cornish Orchards Cider (bottle)
  • Viper Hard Seltzer Lime (can) 330ml                               
  • Hedgerow Merlot 187ml                            
  • Hedgerow Sauvignon bl. 187ml               
  • Peroni 0% (bottle)
  • Soft Drinks (Still Water, Coke Zero, Sprite Zero, Oasis Zero)
  • Hot Pies & Sausage Rolls
  • Confectionary

  • Please note the Gtech Community Stadium is a cashless stadium and only contactless payments will be accepted.
  • There will be a minute's applause for Doddie Weir just before kick-off.


  • We’ll be running our new half-time competition, High Ball Hopefuls! Two competitors will test their skill under the high ball to win a great prize. The winner then has the chance to gamble and win another prize or lose everything! Find out more and sign up here.
  • All Gallagher Premiership games this round are dedicated to Restart, a charity that provides vital practical, emotional and financial support to current and former players and their families facing tough times. There are many ways you can support Restart, click here for more information. Listen out for a Q&A with players about Restart at half-time.
  • Please note the Gtech Community Stadium is a no smoking stadium. Supporters will not be re-admitted if they leave the ground to smoke.


  • The brilliant BibleCode Sundays will be performing live in the Dugout bar after the game. To access the Dugout bar, supporters will need to leave the stadium via their closest exit and make their way to Gate B. Access to the Dugout bar is subject to capacity and on a first come first served basis. Supporters in the Platinum areas have direct access to the Dugout bar from their seats.
  • After the Dugout closes, why not visit one of our Pub Partners in the local area? Head to our dedicated Pub Partner page to find out which pubs we recommend and any special offers for London Irish supporters!
  • If you plan to stay overnight near the stadium, London Irish’s Official Hotel Partner Clayton Hotel Chiswick is a ten minute walk from the stadium and offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, fitness suite and an onsite bar and restaurant. London Irish Members are eligible for a 15% discount on accommodation – book by calling 020 8996 5200.
  • An alternative accommodation option is the Coach & Horses Pub on Kew Green. The Coach & Horses has 31 botanical inspired boutique hotel rooms and is a stone’s throw from the BCS. London Irish supporters can save 10% on booking a room. Click here, select ‘business stay’ and use the corporate code LIRISH.
  • For something a bit more special, our Official Restaurant Partner, Gaucho, has a restaurant just down the road in Richmond. Situated on the bank of the River Thames, the Argentinian steakhouse serves some of the finest beef in the world as part of a broader menu, with an impressive wine selection to match. London Irish Members are eligible for a 25% discount off their food bill by quoting ‘London Irish’ when booking by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 3281 6682.


  • To limit our food waste across the Gtech Community Stadium, we have partnered with Too Good To Go and are offering discounted food at the end of each match. The Too Good To Go app has over 10 million downloads, and lets you buy and collect this food - at a great price - so it gets eaten instead of wasted. You won’t know exactly what’s in your order until you pick it up - it’s all part of the surprise. Download the app from the Google Play Store or the App Store to get started. Simply order on the app and collect your meal from the Dugout or the North Stand food kiosks after Full Time.


  • Brentford Football Club have installed barriers in the corners of each stand which separate the stands. This means that it is no longer possible to walk between stands inside the bowl.
  • You may notice that the cost of food and drink in the stadium has increased slightly. Unfortunately, these are unavoidable price rises implemented by the stadium’s catering company in line with inflation and is out of the Club’s control.
  • Please be aware that safe standing barriers have been installed in all West Stand blocks as well as N120, and several blocks in the East Stand towards the North end. If you book tickets in these areas, be aware that some supporters around you may be standing during the game.

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