Guinness Premiership Final sold out

The last remaining tickets for the Guinness Premiership Final were sold this morning (Thursday), meaning the match will be an 81,600 sell out for the third consecutive season.

The capacity crowd at Twickenham will take attendances in the Guinness Premiership past the 1.8 million mark this season, the highest ever total for the league, with an average match attendance of 13,500.

By selling out for the third consecutive season, the Guinness Premiership Final has established itself as a major event in the sporting calendar, with over 66,000 tickets sold before the finalists were known.

The Guinness Premiership Final will also be this season’s biggest club rugby match.

The Guinness Premiership Final kicks-off at 5.30pm on Saturday 29th May 2010, with live coverage on Sky Sports from 5.00pm. The match is also available in 3D.

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