Rugby Union team Saracens has announced the continuation of its partnerships with both Destination Sport Travel and Sportsbreaks.com.
As part of the long-term extension, Destination Sport Travel will continue to manage travel on behalf of Saracens’ Men’s and Women’s rugby sides, in addition to Saracens Mavericks netball.
Saracens Commercial Director, Lucy Englander, said: “We are delighted to be extending our partnership with Destination Sport Travel and Sportsbreaks.com across our Men’s, Women’s and Mavericks teams.
“Throughout our long-term partnership, Destination Sport Travel and Sportsbreaks.com have continued to deliver outstanding travel services for our teams and fans alike and we very much look forward to developing our relationship further with the team there.”
Meanwhile, sister business Sportsbreaks.com provides fans of the club opportunities to experience ticket-inclusive packages to global sporting events, including rugby, football, cricket and Formula One.
“We’re extremely proud to continue our relationship with Saracens,” added Managing Director of Destination Sport Travel and Sportsbreaks.com, Rob Slawson. “The partnership is particularly unique in that Destination Sport Travel supports the travel arrangements not only for Saracens’ Men’s and Women’s sides but also Saracens Netball.
“Saracens travel requirements clearly differ by team but this is where we step in, providing a best-in-class solution which has been sharpened through many years of working across a multitude of sports.”
Sportsbreaks.com is also an official travel agent for the Rugby World Cup 2023.
“We also know that Saracens supporters engage greatly with our fan travel offering Sportsbreaks.com so we look forward to seeing a number of the club’s fans in France to support their country at this year’s Rugby World Cup, plus other huge sporting events within the calendar,” Slawson concluded.
This week, Premiership Rugby has confirmed the dates and venues of the 2022/23 semi-finals. With both Saracens and Sale Sharks finishing in the top two of the Gallagher Premiership Rugby table, they have secured home advantage.
Saracens are set to play their semi-final on 13 May at the StoneX Stadium, whilst Sale Sharks will play their semi-final on 14 May at the AJ Bell Stadium.