Warriors are on the road to Wembley when we face Saracens in February - and the team will be backed by an army of Worcester fans with over 2,500 tickets now sold from the Sixways Box Office and 20 coaches full for the trip to the capital!
Make sure you join Warriors supporters as they make their visit to the fantastic surroundings of Wembley Stadium for a day like no other on Saturday, February 13 (kick-off 3pm).
Tickets remain on sale and are priced at just £10 for adults and £5 for juniors. The club is also selling a limited number at £20 for adults and £10 for juniors. Supporters are advised that there are no concessions.
Warriors are also offering a fantastic travel deal to get you down to the capital for the game. For just £29 per adult and £24 for juniors - with a £2 discount for Warriors Supporters Club members - you will get coffee and a breakfast bap at Sixways followed by your coach travel and match ticket to watch the Warriors.
Beyond the Guinness Premiership rugby, there will also be a full pre-match show, featuring major musical acts The Saturdays and Chipmunk, and a special competition at half-time - the last time Saracens played at Wembley, one lucky spectator kicked a ball against the crossbar and won £250,000!
"The objective of our Chairman, Cecil Duckworth, has always been to try and make Worcester a real rugby city and this is a big occasion for one the city's teams as it plays at the national stadium," said Charlie Little, General Manager at Warriors.
"It's fantastic to see the level of support we have already received from our supporters. Many pubs and clubs around Worcester are also running coaches and getting down to Wembley for what will be a fantastic day out, which is great to see.
"It promises to be a memorable occasion for Worcester Warriors and we are urging supporters who have not yet got their tickets to come down with us and enjoy the party."
Don't miss out Warriors on Tour as we head to Wembley Stadium! Call the Warriors Box Office NOW on 01905 454183 or visit in person to get your seat for all the action.
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