Loyal supporters are getting right behind Worcester Warriors ahead of the RFU Championship semi-final shootout with Bedford Blues on Sunday (kick-off 12.15pm) as tickets continue to sell well from the Warriors Box Office.

Daily demand at Sixways continues as fans snap up prized seats for the televised clash as Richard Hill’s men face a date with destiny and look to take another step towards Premiership promotion in what is sure to be tense and thrilling a winner-takes-all encounter.

Warriors are delighted to announce that the number of tickets sold for the semi-final has now gone past the 5,500-barrier and Charlie Little, General Manager at Warriors, has appealed for even more fans to now get behind the team on D-Day.

“I’m pleased that we have made good inroads into ticket sales for the semi-final with over 5,500 fans coming – now we need even more people to come along and make a huge difference to the team on Sunday afternoon,” he said.

“The atmosphere and excitement that a big Sixways crowd can create is crucial as we look to produce our very best rugby of the season. Hopefully we have two games left at Sixways in our quest for immediate return to the Premiership and Sunday’s game with Bedford is huge to our hopes of promotion. It is a game was must simply win,” he added.

“We have priced tickets from as little as £5 for children and £13 for adults, which is great value for money, because we want as many rugby fans as possible from across the region to join us for a massive day in our history.

“This is all about building a special day and building a special atmosphere that will carry the players forward to the final later in the month. I would urge and encourage everyone to make the most of the ticket prices and be part of what is sure to be a very special occasion for both the club and our city.”

Tickets remain on sale for the semi-final showdown with Bedford Blues. Call the Warriors Box Office on 01905 454183 or click on Tickets at www.warriors.co.uk

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