Join the full England training squad for the official England Rugby 2019 dinner at Twickenham Stadium on 6 August 2019 in aid of Try for Change.
This rugby filled evening will begin with a drinks reception next to the hallowed turf, followed by a four-course dinner and all-inclusive bar. The evening, hosted by Martin Bayfield, will include a number of Q&As with England Rugby head coach Eddie Jones and players, offering an insight into what it's like to be a part of the squad.
Eddie Jones’ side will play three matches in England as part of their final preparations ahead of the team's departure for Japan. The Quilter Internationals 2019 will see England take on Wales on Sunday 11 August.
Enjoy a welcome breakfast cocktail or mocktail on arrival to set you up on the day before watching England go head to head with France in this crucial pool stage match in Japan. Showing on multiple screens within the Clubhouse Bar in the newly opened East Stand, the atmosphere will be unmissable!
After final whistle why not enjoy a trip to the World Rugby Museum with our discounted offer for one day only.
On Saturday 16 November the Barbarians are back to face Fiji for the Killik Cup, in the only Autumn International of 2019 to be played at Twickenham following the Rugby World Cup. During their last encounter in 2013, a bumper 68,000 fans were treated to a mouth-watering spectacle of running rugby from both teams.
Since 1872, The Varsity Match has formed one of the world’s oldest sporting rivalries between Oxford and Cambridge universities. The Varsity Match is played at Twickenham Stadium, the Home of England Rugby.
England will be looking to repeat their stunning victory in Dublin where Eddie Jones' tactical kicking game plan worked to perfection. With Owen Farrell on top form and Henry Slade scoring twice, England secured an impressive 32-20 victory.
Welcoming Wales to Twickenham always delivers an exciting game of rugby with the vocal travelling supporters ensuring an electric atmosphere. England will of course be looking to avenge their defeat in the competition from 2019 when Eddie Jones' tactical kicking game plan, that had worked so effectively against Ireland, came unstuck.