Merry Christmas from the SSA

We would like to send very best wishes to all of our members for Christmas and the New Year. What an outstanding year 2018 has been for us all, on the pitch with Championship trophies for the men’s and women’s teams, and off the pitch, with our ever-increasing SSA membership, sponsoring two pairs of twins, significant fund-raising for the Foundation, home and away support, #TheOasis ... We could go on and on! Thank you all so much for your amazing support and commitment. But now it’s time to enjoy a few special days with the comfort of home, the love of family and the company of good friends. Let’s continue the journey in 2019. #togetherSaracens #sarriesfamily

SSAway in Exeter

To start the day, we will meet, as usual, in the Blue Ball Inn, which is the closest pub to the ground on Sandygate. They do great ale and food but make sure you book in advance if you want to eat in the restaurant. They always look after us really well and there’s always a good crowd there so we are looking forward to this. After the match and with Christmas around the corner, everyone is invited to the SSA Christmas Party, which will start off at the Black Horse. This pub comes highly recommended for the start of our celebrations and is conveniently located close to Exeter Centre.The other advantage to the Black Horse is that it is virtually next door to Exeter’s newest pub, The Stand Off,

SSAway in Cardiff

You should, by now, have received our Cardiff Guide, so you’ll know it’s to Cardiff Arms Park before the match from about 11am. Invited by the Cardiff Blues Supporter Club, we will gather at their Clubhouse for beer, bacon and, no doubt, song. After the match, it's over the road to the fab Zerodegrees where we have an area reserved, between 16:00 and 18:30 hopefully to celebrate together with (more) beer and a pizza. If you aren’t going to Cardiff, the Club have come up trumps with a “double header”. Go to AzP and watch the Cardiff match in The Fez Club followed by Saracens Women's match against Richmond. There is a charge of £5 for season ticket holders and £10 for others but this includes

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