Latest news:
New Page 1

Welcome to The Saracens. Our message board is primarily a place for Saracens fans to discuss our club. We welcome posters from other clubs as long as their posts are respectful and not repetitive and our guidelines are followed. To leave a message on this board you must register. To register click HERE,
Non-rugby posts are welcome, but please prefix your subject header with "OT" or "Off Topic".

Thought for the Day:

Sat 14th Dec Allianz 15.00 ECR

Audio: Click the link below. If it ain' there, it ain't on!
Upcoming TV: Sat 14th Dec Saracens v Munster BT Sport 14.45

BBC Online Rugby Union Commentaries

The Fish | Rugby Union News | Fez Boys | Saracens Fixtures | The SSA | Rugby on TV

An outing to Japan
Discussion started by BramleyRoad , 12 July, 2019 04:56
An outing to Japan
BramleyRoad 12 July, 2019 04:56
Does anyone have any tips about venturing Far East in support of our boys as they swap their black shirts for the red rosed white ones this Autumn?
Cheapest flights Iíve found thus far are with Emirates. Iíve registered on the official RWC Tickets site but am not overly impressed.
Iím planning on going with a few friends from the semifinal weekend through to the following bronze/final weekend.
Any insights appreciated. Thanks.

Supporting Saracens for 52 years

Re: An outing to Japan
Roger G 12 July, 2019 06:39
Most tickets were allocated by ballot nearly a year ago so I'd be surprised if you can get in to any of the big games. Plus, there are scare stories about likely beer shortages. My son is going with Air China via, IIRC, Beijing, which he found to be cheaper than flying direct, so look for indirect flights for better deals.

Re: An outing to Japan
Garym 13 July, 2019 11:35
The overpriced England rugby travel have semi final & final packages left. We did it ourselves , but over 12 months ago, found it cheaper to book corporate hospitality tickets for the sF and Final then go on an organised tour!

Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.
We record all IP addresses on the Sportnetwork message boards which may be required by the authorities in case of defamatory or abusive comment. We seek to monitor the Message Boards at regular intervals. We do not associate Sportnetwork with any of the comments and do not take responsibility for any statements or opinions expressed on the Message Boards. If you have any cause for concern over any material posted here please let us know as soon as possible by e-mailing