We are delighted to be welcoming back capacity crowds to Twickenham Stadium for the Autumn Nations Series this November.

It's been a while and if you've not visited the stadium since the pandemic there are a few things to be aware of, so please take some time to read this pre-match guide.

Covid-19 requirements for Autumn Nations Series 2021

There will be more checks prior to entry than normal for everyone attending, whether as a fan or here to work. Please arrive early and allow more time than usual to access the stadium.

As part of our efforts to make the match experience as safe as possible, spectators over the age of 18 - unless exempt - will be required to hold a valid NHS COVID Pass to enter Twickenham Stadium providing proof of:

  • Full vaccination with a vaccine used in the UK or
  • Negative Lateral Flow / PCR test within 48 hours of the event or
  • Natural immunity shown by a positive PCR test result for COVID-19 within 180 days of the date of the positive test and following completion of the self-isolation period. 

Checks will be in operation at the stadium with dedicated stewards checking spectators and staff prior to entry. Please have your NHS COVID Pass ready should you be requested to show this.

Key Timings

10.00 Rugby Store opens
12:00 World Rugby Museum opens
14.00 Ticket office opens
14.00 Gates open
17.30 Kick off
18.10 (approx.) half time
19.05 (approx.) full time


To ensure you catch as much rugby action as possible we will be screening the other autumn international fixtures pre and post-match under the South Stand concourse.

Pre-match - Ireland v New Zealand - Kick-off 15:15

Post-match - Re-run of Scotland v South Africa


Don’t miss your chance to see England play at Twickenham Stadium this November. Tickets and hospitality packages are both on sale now.

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