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Harlequins Women v Loughborough Lightning - ticket information

Thursday, 12th August 2021 @ 09:44



Tickets go on sale for our opening match of the season at The Stoop on Thursday August 12

Following the latest government guidance regarding the return of supporters to sports stadiums, we are delighted to welcome you back to the Twickenham Stoop as we look to start the 2021/22 season.

We can’t wait to see our Allianz Premier 15s Champions return to the field and be roared on by our incredible supporters at The Stoop!

Below you can find details of the fixture as our season officially kicks off.

Venue: The Twickenham Stoop
Match: Harlequins Women vs Loughborough Lightning
Time: 3pm, Sunday September 5
Tickets: On sale on Thursday August 12

Key information for our Harlequins Women vs Loughborough Lightning fixture

Facilities

Harlequins look forward to re-opening The Stoop to supporters with the majority of facilities and services returning to ‘operating as usual’, but supporters are advised of several key changes for this fixture:

The North Stand will be shut for this fixture as on-going building work to upgrade supporters facilities is taking place. This is planned to be complete ahead of our first Men’s league fixture on September 25.

The DHL East Stand will initially be open for ticket purchases, followed by the Charles Stanley West Stand and then the South Stand, according to demand.

A selection of indoor and outdoor bars and dining areas will be open as usual. The Honours Bar will not be open for this match.

The NHS vaccination centre will not be in operation on the matchday COVID precautions.

There will no longer be a requirement to arrive or depart in a phased, timed order.

Supporters are able to arrive and leave as they choose, although it is recommended to arrive early to avoid queues.

Some COVID precautions will remain in place with one way routes and additional hand sanitiser stations around the stadium for example, but social distancing will not be required. The wearing of face masks will be voluntary.

It is anticipated that the players will not be able to interact with supporters due to government restrictions, meaning unfortunately no selfies and autograph signings yet.

There is no requirement for proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID test result on entry.

Matchday

There will be no matchday programmes for this match

Fan Radios will be available to buy and redeem from the Quinformation point in the South West Corner.

Members can also collect their Quins Rewards items from this location and ask the Membership team any outstanding questions. Note that Membership packs, inclusive of Member pin badges, will be delivered to Members ahead of the September 25, our first Home Men’s match.

These will not be available to collect on September 5.

Tickets

Tickets will go on general sale on Thursday August 12 and launched via our club website to the public.

Harlequins Members and Debenture Members will be given access to request one FREE ticket per Member as part of their Season Ticket Membership. These much be booked online.

All tickets will be print at home tickets. Members will not be able to automatically sit in their usual seat for this match.

If you have purchased a Seasonal Parking Pass, you will be sent a print at home pass for this game.

Membership access cards will not be required to enter the stadium. These will be sent to you ahead of the first Fixture of the Season.

Tickets are unable to be moved once purchased and are non-refundable (see our terms and conditions including COVID policy).

For accessible tickets please contact the ticket office on 0208 410 6000.

The Ticket Office will be open on the day and Matchday Tickets will be available to buy, subject to availability.

Ticket Pricing

Harlequins Members and Debenture Members - one FREE ticket each that MUST be claimed ahead of the fixture. This ticket can be claimed by logging into your ticketing account and selecting the Member Price of £0.

Adults - £10
Under 18s - £5

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