Travelling to the Saracens Match? Part 1

For the attention of all Ulster supporters visiting Allianz Park this weekend, please see the invitation below from John Cremin of Hendon RFC:

Hendon RFCThis invitation is in relation to this Saturday 16th January 2016, Ulster’s Rugby fixture against Saracens RFC at Allianz Park Stadium.

I currently manage the bar/club house at Hendon RFC which is an amateur club visibly located 300m next to Allianz Park Stadium. Last year we hosted the Munster Supporters Group where they used our club as a meeting point both before and after their European fixture against Saracens RFC. I believe they enjoyed our hospitality where we provided drinks, BBQ and live music entertainment, with both the Munster choir and their group residency band playing in-between.

On behalf of Hendon RFC I would also like to offer our facilities to the Ulster Rugby Supporters Club this Saturday where we will have drinks and BBQ all day, along with live music playing both before and after the match. We also offer Free WIFI, card payments with limited cash back available as there are no cash machines located near Allianz Park. For those supporters without tickets we will be showing the match live on our full HD projector.

Also, on our main pitch at 2pm Hendon RFC will play Saracens Amateurs with both teams 2nd and 1st in their league respectively with the result potentially having a deciding factor on which of the two teams wins the league and securing automatic promotion, so it should be a good fought match to watch. We respect grassroots rugby and like honouring the traditions and hospitality particularly post-match with ‘man of the match’, ‘boat races’ etc. we try to provide a traditional club atmosphere which we believe all rugby supporters will enjoy.

I very much hope both you and the Ulster Supporters Club will consider visiting us and using our facilities as a meeting place to enjoy our hospitality.

URSC would like to thank Hendon RFC for their invitation and hospitality and would encourage all supporters to consider supporting Hendon.