Saracens will start their new Aviva Premiership campaign against Northampton Saints at Twickenham and will play a fixture at London Stadium next season.

The traditional London Double Header will once again kick off the new season before Saracens play their first home game at Allianz Park on Saturday, September 23 against Sale Sharks.

The Men in Black have confirmed this season’s derby clash with Harlequins will be played at the formerly-named Olympic Stadium on Saturday, March 24.

The move to the home of West Ham United comes after a partnership with Wembley Stadium which has hosted 14 Premiership and Europen fixtures involving the north London Club ended.

Chief executive Heath Harvey told the club website: “As a visionary and innovative club we are delighted to be teaming up with a stadium and team that matches our ambition to create a landmark showpiece event.

“London Stadium has become synonymous with delivering great entertainment and sporting spectacles and this opportunity is one that both parties are very excited about.

“We have enjoyed a number of successful years with Wembley Stadium, however despite continued attempts over the past year to build on the long-term relationship Wembley have not matched our ambition.”

Saracens’ Premiership fixtures


Sat 2 Northampton Saints (H – Twickenham)

Sat 9 Bath Rugby (A)

Sat 16 Newcastle Falcons (A)

Sat 23 Sales Sharks (H)

Fri 29 Worcester Warriors (A)


Sun 8 Wasps (H)

Sat 28 London Irish (H)


Fri 17 Gloucester Rugby (A)

Sun 26 Exeter Chiefs (H)


Sun 3 Harlequins (A)

Sat 23 Leicester Tigers (A)

Sat 30 Worcester Warriors (H)


Sat 6 Wasps (A) February

Sat 10 Newcastle Falcons (H)

Sat 17 Sale Sharks (A)

Sat 24 Leicester Tigers (H)


Sat 3 Exeter Chiefs (A)

Sat 24 Harlequins (H – London Stadium)


Sat 7 Northampton Saints (A)

Sat 14 Bath Rugby (H)

Sat 28 London Irish (A)


Sat 5 Gloucester Rugby (H)