The countdown is on for the first of the Summer Quilter Internationals which sees England go head to head with Wales for a thrilling encounter. If you're heading to Twickenham for the match here's 5 good reasons why you should arrive early.
1. Check out the wide range of live entertainment
We've got a superb line-up of live music and DJs including:
DJ Miffy - 12.30-13.30
Sam Rendina - 12.30 - 13.30 and post-match (visit the Hope and Glory bar in the North Stand L2)
Tony Bowen (Human Jukebox) - 12.30 - 13.30 and post-match (visit the Chariots of Fire bar in the South Stand L2)
Indiestructibles - post-match (visit the British Airways Fan
Detectives - post-match (visit the Ruck and Maul bar L2)
Karaoke - post-match (visit the South Stand concourse)
2. Relive the 2003 Rugby World Cup Final
We will be playing a re-run of the England v Australia final on the big screens in the South Stand lower concourse to get you in the rugby spirit.
3. Benefit from pre-match discounts on food
Head to Twickenham early to grab some food to fuel yourself for the day ahead. Discounts include:
- 10% off food in the British Airways Fan Village before midday
- 50% off meal deals from the Lineout Hunger Bar in the South East corner on Level 2 before 13:00
4. Skip the queues!
We take security very seriously at Twickenham and we have bag checks in place when entering the stadium. Queues are likely within an hour before kick-off, therefore we strongly advise you arrive with plenty of time to avoid queues.
5. Soak up the atmosphere in the British Airways Fan Village
There are a whole host of activities taking place in the British Airways Fan Village including entertainment on the Guinness stage and the chance to win flights with British Airways. Find out more here.