27 children and 18 mums had a fantastic time supporting Saracens at Wembley Stadium on 22nd March. The group were pleased to discover they were a part of a new world record for the biggest match game ever with 83,889 there on the day. The atmosphere was fantastic and made for an exciting day where Mexican waves ensued and much cheering and dancing.
Saracens provided the children with flags, while Saracens Mascot Sarrie the camel came to say hello.
Greg Rutherford at half time caught two up and unders as part of his "Catch a Million" challenge, raising £10,000 for Sport Relief. Watch him take on the challenge here.
When the children were asked about the best things about their day, they said: ‘Being able to spend time with mum’ ‘Having access to activities that we would not be able to afford having no income’ ‘Making friends’ ‘Meeting children from other refuges again’ (that made friends through the Chickenshed workshops) ‘We wanted flags to be able to wave and when we got there it was like our wish had been granted – each seat had a flag waiting for us’ ‘It made them feel special’
Thanks to Saracens foundation for the donation of free tickets and we hope all children had a fantastic time!
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