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Find the perfect Harlequins gift for Dad this Father's Day

Monday, 11th June 2018 @ 15:00



There are plenty of options available, including the chance to win a home kit signed by Harlequins captain James Horwill.

Father's Day is coming round quick on Sunday 17th June, and we've got plenty of options avaialble for the Harlequins supporting Dad in your life.

With our End of Season Sale now up to 60% off, there are a whole array of savings to be had at in store and online, including all items in our 2017/18 replica adidas training and playing range.

We've also got a number of gifts available too from mugs to hats and from wallets to ties.

To shop online now, click here.

Make Dad's day with a very unique present. Click here now and you can be in with the chance to win a 2017/18 adidas Harlequins home kit signed by club captain James Horwill.

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If tickets are more their thing then there are plenty of options available ahead of the new season.

Harlequins will return to The Stoop to take on Ealing Trailfinders in their final pre-season match (Friday 24th August, kick-off 19:00) of the 2018/19 calendar. Tickets for the match can be purchased online or by calling the Ticket Office on 020 8410 6010.

You can guarantee Dad's seat at every Harlequins regular season home match at The Stoop (and at Big Game 11) with a 2018/19 Harlequins membership.

A membership secures their space at all home Gallagher Premiership, Premiership Rugby Cup and European Rugby Challenge Cup matches.

It also ensures their seat at all home Premiership Rugby A League, Harlequins Ladies' Tyrrells Premier 15s matches and England Women Test matches.

To find out more, and purchase a membership, head to tickets.quins.co.uk.

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Check out the best of the action from Harlequins' 54-22 win over Agen in the opening round of the European Rugby Challenge Cup.

Man of the match Charlie Mulchrone following the European Rugby Challenge Cup win over Agen.

Agen reaction: Paul Gustard

13th October 2018

Head of Rugby Paul Gustard following the 54-22 win over Agen in the European Rugby Challenge Cup.