Harlequins set season ticket sales record
July 2, 2012
Harlequins continue to grow in popularity following their maiden Premiership title last season © Getty Images
Premiership champions Harlequins' have announced that they have set a new season ticket record with sales of 7,000 so far.
The number betters the 6,900 that they sold for last season in which the beat Leicester Tigers in the Aviva Premiership final to win their first Premiership title. With two months until the start of the season, the club anticipates improving the figure further still.
"Our first home fixture at the Twickenham Stoop will be on the weekend of the September 7, 8, 9 and we want to start our defence of our Aviva Premiership title in front of as many Harlequins supporters as possible," chief executive David Ellis said.
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