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Saracens vs Clermont rescheduled fixture time announced

By RugbyPass
Snow at Allianz earlier in the year

Following heavy snowfall over the weekend, Saracens were forced to postpone their third round fixture with ASM Clermont and that rescheduled time has been announced this morning.


The match will now be played today (Monday, 11 December) at Allianz Park with the kick-off scheduled for 5.30pm (UK time).


Stadium staff have been working closely with EPCR to try and ensure this fixture takes place in front of fans – having assessed the stadium facilities overnight, we can now advise that all tickets from yesterday (General admission and Season Card Holders) are valid today and the stadium will be open for fans to come and watch the game.

Saracens Chairman, Nigel Wray ha a message for all supporters:

“We look forward to seeing as many of you here as possible. We will do what we can to not be beaten by the adverse conditions put in front of us, both on and off the pitch – it’s the British Way, it’s the Saracens Way. Real supporters with real tickets will always be welcome.”

Fans are asked to keep an eye on all social media related pages for this game in case there are any further updates.


Saracens currently lead Pool 2 on ten points with Clermont sitting in second just one point behind, both having won their first two matches.


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