Thanks to FHP Student Living, student tickets are available free of charge for Nottingham Rugby’s home game v Ealing Trailfinders on Friday 26th October at Nottingham Rugby Club, West Bridgford.
It’s the perfect way to start the weekend and all for free! Here are the top four reasons why you should head down to Lady Bay to watch the game.
1. The Thrill of Friday Night Lights
The crisp cold air, the atmosphere; you just can’t beat the feeling of watching a live game under floodlights. Watching the game on a Friday night is the perfect way to start the weekend off in style.
2. Top Entertainment, Free of Charge
A big game, and it’s totally free! Watch top class rugby free of charge – with two top teams in action it’s sure to be a great one, packed with top quality game-play! Nottingham take on Ealing Trailfinders, who currently sit top of the table and we can definitely expect a fast paced, action-packed game.
3. Watch Current and Past NTU Students in Action
NTU and Nottingham Rugby have strong links, this means a number of NTU students can be seen both on and off the pitch as players and supporters. Players currently in the Nottingham squad who also study and play at NTU include: Will Sutton, Cecil MacCarthy, Jake Farnworth, Alex Goble, David Williams and Seb Cecil to name just a few. What could be better than watching your own fellow NTU students pulling on the green and white Nottingham shirt.
4. Support Your Local Rugby Team
Currently sitting 4th in the championship, Nottingham are looking good. As they continue to build on their success both on and off the pitch there has never been a better time to get involved and support your new local rugby team while you are University. Situated in West Bridgford, Nottingham’s ground Lady Bay is easily accessible and with tickets from just £6 for students (and this week they will be completely free) you would not want to miss out!
To claim your free ticket just follow this link, and use the code FHPSTUDENTS
You will need to show your student ID and e-ticket on entry to the ground.