London Scottish skipper Mark Bright believes a large and vocal home support could be the difference between his side winning and losing on Saturday when the Scots take on Worcester Warriors at Richmond Athletic Ground in their historic Greene King IPA Championship play-off semi-final, first leg clash, 1.45pm kick-off.
The number eight, who this season has smashed the all-time Championship try scoring record for a single season, scoring an astonishing 24 tries, wants as many fans as possible to turn up on Saturday and act as his team's 16th man!
Bright, who is sponsored by Aberdeen Asset Management, said: “We have been really strong at home this season and a lot of our success has undoubtedly been down to the home support we get.
“They helped us over the line against Nottingham which secured our place in the top four and we need another huge push from them this Saturday!
“I would urge ALL our loyal supporters to come down on Saturday and help us produce a season's best performance which is what we will need to beat an excellent Warriors side.”
He added: “With Edinburgh Rugby playing their Challenge Cup final on Friday night at The Stoop, the possibility of having several hundred fans from across the border also cheering us on the next day is something the players have talked about.
“Hopefully, together, as one, passionate Scottish rugby fans can shout from the rafters on Saturday and help us get over that winning line.”
Highlander (outer wings of stand) tickets are now SOLD OUT and just 30 1878 (centre stand) tickets are available to purchase online here as well as Clan (ground) tickets.
Please note, in accordance with 2014/15 membership terms and conditions, season tickets are not valid for the Championship play-off matches.
Edinburgh Rugby fans heading to the fanzone at Richmond Athletic Ground on Friday afternoon ahead of the Club's Challenge Cup Final clash against Gloucester will be able to purchase tickets for the Worcester Warriors match from a ticket desk which will be set-up in the fanzone from 3pm.
1878 (centre of stand) – £25
Clan (ground pass) – £15
Clan Under-16s (aged 15 and under) – FREE.
Gates open at 12.30pm on Saturday. The ticket desk will be open from 11.45am.
Match Day Hospitality
Match day hospitality is almost sold out but there is still time to book your space by calling 020 3397 9551 or emailing Lauren Macleod on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hospitality costs just £67.50, including VAT, per person. Included in the price is a three course meal, half a bottle of wine, tea and coffee, Tunnock's biscuits, an 1878 match ticket (centre stand) and a match day programme.
Hospitality will start at midday on Saturday.
Fans will be able to purchase merchandise from the club shop on Saturday from midday.