But although the 32-year-old bows out of club rugby, a final farewell will not arrive until England's World Cup campaign finishes in France later this year.
Robinson has made himself available for England duty throughout this summer and at the World Cup, having made a successful international return during the recent RBS 6 Nations Championship some 18 months after he retired.
And, given his impressive current form, he is likely to be among the first names on England head coach Brian Ashton's team sheet.
Robinson said: "I enjoyed the recent Six Nations and scored four tries in the competition.
"I have made myself available for the forthcoming games in South Africa (England play two Tests in late May and early June), and will, if selected, bow out trying to help England retain the World Cup."
His immediate priority though, is to help deposed Premiership champions Sale end an injury-ravaged campaign on home soil by recording just an eighth league win in 21 starts.
He added: "It will be an emotional occasion saying goodbye to the Sale Sharks supporters at the game.
"They have built in numbers and followed us loyally over the last seven seasons, and I wanted my last club game to be at Edgeley Park to say goodbye.
"I have many special memories of my playing career, playing with and against the best players in both codes, winning trophies with England, Wigan and Sale Sharks."
Bath's dismal league away form suggests Robinson might enjoy a winning finale, yet the west country club - one place and two points above Sale - have a European Challenge Cup semi-final against Saracens in 10 days' time and will target a morale-boosting triumph.