How much does it cost?
There is a refundable deposit of £1.
How does the Fan Cup work?
When buying the first pint, customers will be charged a refundable deposit for the Twickenham Fan Cup.
Upon returning the cup to the bar for another drink, you can exchange your empty Fan Cup for a fresh one to avoid being charged a second deposit.
At the end of the day customers can bring the Fan Cup back to any bar or dedicated returns point. Deposit returns points are located near to the exits of Twickenham Stadium and some bars will accept returns after the game.
Alternatively the Fan Cup may be taken home as a souvenir of the day or deposited into a charity bin on site with the total going to a chosen charity.
The Twickenham Fan Cup has provided:
A cleaner stadium and significantly reduced the waste leaving
A quality cup to enjoy a drink at no extra cost.
A value souvenir to remember your experience at Twickenham Stadium.
If you intend to redeem your cups please keep your receipt as proof of purchase. Failure to provide a receipt may resort in refusal.
Only 10 cups can be refunded by one person from all returns points. Anything over 10 cups must provide a receipt of proof of purchase which is compulsory.
Only persons over the age of 18 may redeem the fan cup. Proof of ID may be required.
Returns booths and bars
The Fan Cups can be redeemed at the following locations or dropped in a charity booth to donate to a chosen RFU charity next to the returns booths:
1 x Lift 3 (West)
1 x Lift 4 (North)
2 x Gate F (South-East) One inside the gate and one outside the gate
2 x British Airways Fan Village (West)
1 x Left of the Rose and Poppy Gates on the inside concourse (West)
Bars that will change over to returns ONLY from 15 minutes before full time.
Guinness patch - North East level 1
Black Stuff - North West level 1
1871 Main bar - South East level 1
2003 Side bar - South West level 1