Worcester Warriors can confirm that the final day of the season clash with Saracens at Sixways on Saturday, April 28 is now sold out.
Warriors brought forward ticket sales because of huge demand and now a capacity crowd of 10,197 is guaranteed for what is sure to be a thrilling final day of the Guinness Premiership campaign.
Supporters who have tickets for the final day will also become part of history as over 100,000 fans pass through the gates at Sixways.
A full house will mean a record 106,104 supporters have watched Premiership action at Sixways this season - a new single season league attendance record for the club.
"In what has been a very difficult season, it speaks volumes for dedication and character of our supporters that they have turned out in the numbers that they have - both home and away," said Director of Rugby John Brain.
"It can be a real inspiration for players to see that their performance means so much to so many people. All our supporters know that they still have a major role to play in influencing the outcome of our remaining three matches."
There are now only a limited number of dining and ticketing packages available by calling Helen at the club on 01905 459323.
And Worcester Warriors Head of Marketing Dan Zaltzman added: "It is a tribute to both sets of fans that the game has sold out so early. We have sold out in previous years but never just under a month before a big game.
"The interest in the final day has been phenomenal and to break the season league record for number of supporters through the turnstiles shows how magnificent our support has been.
"Premiership rugby is vital to the city and local area and the rate tickets have flown out of the Sixways Ticket Office underlines what it means to our passionate supporters. They will be our 16th man against Saracens and make a real difference.
"There is actually a common misconception that all our home games are sell outs when we often do have tickets available right up to the big day itself. It is surprising on how many occasions fans don't realise they can still buy tickets to watch the action at Sixways. But on this occasion we are putting the 'sold out' boards up early."