With the Big Game just eight days away and with ticket sales on track for yet another sell out at rugby's HQ, we are delighted to announce the day's schedule so you know when and where to be to make your Big Game 5 experience a truly unforgettable one.
The Big Game 5 big schedule
8.30 - The RFU ticket office phone lines open for enquiries
9.30 - Harlequins community activity begins
10.00- The RFU ticket office opens for ticket collections and enquiries
The Rosebine Car-park opens for the public
11.00 - Hospitality opens for guests
West Stand car park activities begin- EA Sports Hub
Mighty Quins village
Aviva fan zone
Food and beverage stands
12.00 - Kings Bar and debenture lounge open at the Twickenham Stoop
Seating bowl in Twickenham Stadium open to the public
13.15 - Pre-match Entertainment begins
13.17-13.30 - Bible Code Sundays perform on the pitch
13.31 - LV= Girls perform on the pitch
13.38 - 14.00 - Lawson perform on the pitch
14.05-14.09 - Becky Jane-Taylor and Thomas Spencer perform on the pitch
14.10 - Match ball delivery by Great Ormond Street Hospital child
14.15 - Kick-Off
14.55 - Half time
Etihad half-time competition
15.10- Second half begins
15.50 - Final Whistle
15.50 - King's Bar at the Stoop opens to public - with post match band, Loveshack
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.
You could be forgiven for forgetting that summer is just around the corner especially whilst checking the thermometers. But we are only a matter of weeks away from the school summer holidays and the start of the Harlequins Community Summer Camps.
Harlequins captain Chris Robshaw started his summer holiday in style with a round of golf with current world number two Rory McIlroy, former England cricket captain Andrew Strauss and Arsenal footballer Theo Walcott at Wentworth Golf Club today.
Harlequins secured their place in the Aviva Premiership play-offs with a 42-26 victory over Worcester Warriors at Sixways. It was the first time an away team had scored more than 24 points at the ground this season.