The men's rugby season is almost over with just one all-important battle left: the Gallagher Premiership final.


After a tense round of play-offs the final two combatants have been decided, with Saracens taking on Sale Sharks at the home of English rugby, Twickenham Stadium.

For Saracens, this is their second consecutive final after Leicester Tigers won the day last year with a jaw-dropping last-minute drop goal. For Sale Sharks, this is their first shot at victory in 17 years, having not reached the final since 2006.

It’s been a gripping season of rugby this year with stand-out moments including Christ Tshiunza’s 84th minute try against Harlequins and England captain Owen Farrell’s stand-out performance against Gloucester.

Now, Farrell is taking on England teammate and childhood friend George Ford in a match of north vs south, sharks vs wolves, and there's still time for you to get a seat in the stands.

So, we've put together this maul-vellous guide on how to get tickets to the Gallagher Premiership final ahead of the weekend. We’ve also included some information about women’s final for the Allianz Premier 15's league, which is set for June. If you miss out, you deserve a spot in the sin bin!

It’s worth noting that it has also been a difficult year for English rugby, with financial struggles for both the historic Worcester Warriors and former champions Wasps. So, it’s more important than ever to get out and support your local rugby club. Without further ado, here's what you need to know.

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When and where is the Gallagher Premiership rugby final?

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The rugby season ends every year in May with the Gallagher Premiership final hosted at Twickenham stadium. Here’s the official date and venue for the final:

The event is held in front of a crowd of 82,000 fans and is an all-round event, complete with food and drink (although it’s pretty pricey), plus some all-star half-time entertainment – last year was Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

To get there, you can get to Twickenham Rail Station via Southwestern Rail, which is accessible from London stops like Waterloo. Or, you can take the underground to Richmond (which is on the District Line) and take a 40 minute walk. The queues back into Twickenham Rail Station can get very long at the end of a big match, so if you’re happy to walk it you might actually save yourself time.

Driving is sometimes an option although you’ll have to book a parking space well in advance.

Who's playing in the Gallagher Premiership rugby final this weekend?

This year, north London club Saracens will be vying to win their seventh Premiership trophy while Sale Sharks will be aiming for their second.

The two teams have had incredible seasons so far, coming first and second in the league tables and both going on to secure and win home semi-finals last weekend. Now, it's all about Twickenham – and the stakes are very high.

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How much do tickets for the Gallagher Premiership rugby final cost?

We all know that Twickenham has gotten more expensive over the years so we’d recommend sitting on the upper tier or behind the posts if you want to save money. These tickets start at £15 for children and £50 for adults whereas, for the middle and lower tiers or any seat near the mid-way line, you’re looking at paying anywhere between £80 and £120 per ticket. However, you can get discounts for booking as a group.

How to get last-minute tickets to the Gallagher Premiership rugby final

Tickets for the Gallagher Premiership final are on sale now on eticketing. The majority of prime view seats have already been snapped but there’s still plenty of opportunity to get tickets.

If you want to wait until you know who’s in the final however, you’ll have to be quick because fans of the playing clubs will do anything to be there.

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What is the Allianz Premier 15’s women’s rugby final?

The Allianz Premier 15’s is the primary women’s rugby league in England. Containing 10 clubs and 18 rounds, this league is a semi-professional entity and the most competitive women’s rugby league in the world.

Last year’s final saw Saracens Women take home the trophy after facing off against Exeter Chiefs. This year, those two are back at the top of the table alongside Gloucester-Hartpury and Harlequins, with the semi-final dates set for the weekend of the 10th June.

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When and where is the Allianz Premier 15’s women’s rugby final?

The location of the final of the Allianz Premier 15’s is subject to bids from playing clubs and other stadiums. This year, it’s to be hosted at Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester, here are the details:

Tickets for the event start at £5 for the unreserved standing zone, and go up to £7.50 and £10 for the seated areas. You might also have to pay for parking but considering the low price of the ticket it’s probably worth it.

You can also get the train to Gloucester station which is only a 10-minute walk from the stadium. If you want to book in advance you can find some great deals at

How to get tickets to the Allianz Premier 15’s women’s rugby final

Tickets for the Allianz Premier 15’s final are also on sale now via eticketing. From experience, it’s an excellent day out of top-notch rugby and it won’t cost you more than £15, so grab a ticket today.

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