3rd March 2016
World class line-up in the Fan Village
On Saturday 12th March, Wasps welcome Midlands rivals Leicester Tigers to the Ricoh Arena for a crucial Aviva Premiership game (1.45pm K/O). It is set to be a great family day out with a feast of rugby getting underway from early in the day.
The Jaguar Hall will again be the place to be, as the RBS 6 Nations game between England and Wales will be shown live on the big screens in the Fan Village directly after Wasps v Leicester Tigers.
Swap your sofa for ours, as we give 10 lucky fans the chance to win a place in a reserved area for them and two friends on a sofa in front of the giant screen. It could be even better than being at Twickenham, as the winners enjoy table service direct to their seat.
At half-time of the England v Wales match, there will be an added bonus in the Ricoh Arena Fan Village.
Wasps’ legend Lawrence Dallaglio and Tigers’ hero Austin Healey will be joined by ITV’s 6 Nations commentator Nick Mullins to analyse the first half.
The day’s action gets underway from 11.15am and as usual the Fan Village will feature a whole host of activities for children and adults alike. The Wasps Interactive Zone (WIZ) will be joined by a large inflatable tag-rugby pitch and kids will be able to compete against their friends and family on the Tryline Tussle and Kick for Goal games.
Official Club Partner EMC will present their interactive zone, featuring a speed pass game and Formula 1 simulator. There will also be live music from Wasps house band ‘Wired,’ as well as plenty of free give-aways and the usual bars and food outlets, before the action gets underway on the pitch with Wasps v Leicester Tigers kicking off at 1.45pm.
To win your spot on the sofa for you and two friends, simply enter the competition here before midnight on Tuesday 8th March. The winners will be announced the following day.
Tickets for this great day of rugby start at just £20 for adults and under 10’s go free in certain categories. Visit wasps.co.uk to book you place. The West Stand is already sold out with other tickets going fast, so book now to avoid disappointment.