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Rich Ashton10 Feb - 08:15
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Lunches and tickets now on sale for visit of in-form Midlanders!

TICKETS are now on sale for another key National One home game with in-form Leicester Lions on Saturday.

Rams made it four bonus-point wins in a row at Bishop’s Stortford last time out, keeping hot on the heels of leaders Chinnor ahead of what will prove a stern test.

Last year’s National Two West champions Lions have hit a rich run of form themselves with four victories in five games to haul them up the table, the streak including eye-catching wins at Richmond and against Plymouth Albion last time out.

Leicester also inflicted Rams’ first defeat of the campaign when they snapped a perfect six-match winning start with a dramatic late 26-24 victory back in October, and another crucial tussle is in store with the hosts also looking to continue a good New Year run.

With only four home games remaining this term chances are running out to see Rams in action, so make sure you come down for what should be a terrific battle!

We are grateful to everyone who is now pre-purchasing tickets – it makes entry to the ground much easier for supporters – and are very appreciative to all our fans who have started using the new system.

Here are all the details to allow matchday to run smoothly.


We are no longer accepting cash at the club so all payments need to be made in advance or by card at the bar and hospitality outlets . Thank you!

MATCH ENTRY - please pre-book your tickets

Tickets for entry and parking are now available to purchase on-line here.

These will be scanned on entry - so please purchase and have your ticket ready for scanning either on your phone or printed off - thank you.

Entry cost is £15 for adults (£17.50 on the day) and £10 for students. Under 18s are FREE.

Vice Presidents, Life Members and Season Ticket Holders will need to present reactivated cards on entry. Cards are reactivated once payment is made.

PARKING AT THE GROUND - please pre-book your car park ticket

To encourage everyone to car share, organise a lift, walk or use public transport all cars parked on the Old Bath Road ground will be charged £10 per car.

Pre-book your car park tickets here

This applies to all members, RAMS season ticket holders, lunch guests and any supporter paying for entry on the gate.

Please accept direction from the Parking Team without argument and remember they are willing volunteers from our Junior section.

Our system on match days is to fill up from the far end of the ground to the front, and initial parking in the main car park is reserved for match officials and players.

Please email us if you are a blue badge holder and require a larger space. We have three spaces for cars/drivers who require accessible parking.


It's easy to use the FREE Park and Ride service available from the Piggott School in Wargrave.

Directions to the school are HERE

The bus timetable is as follows:
The Piggott CE School, Twyford Rd, Wargrave, Reading RG10 8DS

Shuttle: From 1pm then every 20 minutes to 3pm.

Rams RFC, Old Bath Road Sonning, Reading RG4 6TQ (drop off point - bus layby on A4 )

Return Shuttle: From 5pm then every 20 minutes until 6pm.


We are delighted to offer a special pre-match three-course lunch cooked by our chef Matt Kelly.

Timing is 12.30pm seated for 1pm service



Homemade scotch egg with piccalilli and rocket salad

Main course

Pan-fried supreme of chicken with a pean and broad bean fricassee, potato hash


Selection of cheese and biscuits

To book please click herethe deadline is 8am on Wednesday, February 14.

Please book as soon as possible as the lunches are popular and will run out.

Vegetarian options are also available – please contact Steve Ogles at in advance

Please remember to include any dietary requirements.

Lunch costs £25 (If you do not have a Season Ticket/ VP membership you will need to buy an entry ticket on-line).

A children's menu for kids Under 14 is £12.50.


With the increase in dog ownership this is the most popular question at the moment!

All you need to know is on the following link which includes a research paper on the dog poo health issues and the reason why we do not allow dogs on any part of the grass areas.

Further reading