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.
Bringing the adrenaline of Spartan race to Twickenham Stadium, Stadion is an action-packed 5km course which will challenge racers with 20 exciting obstacles. You'll take on everything from low crawls to rope climbs, from box jumps to spear throw on this unforgettable day out. Tickets on sale now from £60.
Expect fireworks at London’s biggest rugby party this winter as Harlequins face Leicester Tigers on Saturday 28 December (KO 4.30pm) in Big Game 12, followed by Harlequins Women taking on Leinster Women at the Home of England Rugby. Bring family and friends to enjoy these festive fixtures.
After the success of last Spring's inaugural event, we are delighted to welcome back Tom Kerridge and his team to Twickenham for another special event.
A chance to enjoy a wonderful three course dinner with Q&A from Tom throughout where he will be sharing stories and ideas from his new book which will also be part of his new BBC series which starts in January.
Ronnie Scott's, one of the oldest jazz clubs in the world, is partnering with Twickenham Stadium for one night only to bring you an intimate evening of dining, music and dancing! Featuring Live Cuban music and Ronnie Scott's DJ's.
There weren’t many in Dublin who gave England a chance of victory in 2019 and yet Eddie Jones engineered a master-piece of an away performance. It means Twickenham will relish the return in 2020. Farrell v Sexton encapsulates the whole shooting match. Big personalities, big players, big occasion. If there is one game that sums up the Championship it could be this one. Quite simply, it doesn’t get any bigger than this.
England v Wales is one of the most iconic matches in the world. In 2019, Wales turned in one of their most iconic performances in Cardiff to derail England’s Grand Slam bid. It was a classic of its time – beautifully balanced, total commitment, wonderful skill – and Wales came out on top. England will be seething for the chance of revenge and Twickenham will be rammed to the rafters for this one. Swing Low will boom, the white shirts will swarm, it’s not to be missed if you are a rugby fan who wants it in the raw.
Twickenham Stadium is hosting the penultimate leg of the World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series and it’s set to be a weekend full of excitement as the series nears its conclusion. One of the final tournaments stops Tokyo 2020, join us for a weekend of great rugby, food, entertainment and music in a carnival atmosphere at The Home of England Rugby. The event takes place over 2 days on the Spring Bank Holiday in May.
The Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final is the showcase of the domestic season. After 22 hard-fought rounds and two semi-finals it will come down to one final game at Twickenham Stadium to decide the Gallagher Premiership Rugby 2020 Champions.
Quite simply the ultimate examination in international rugby. From the iconic Haka to their standing in the world game, any visit of the All Blacks to Twickenham is special and this will be no exception. A year after Rugby World Cup 2019™ has finished, will England take on the greatest rugby team in the world. It doesn't get much bigger than a visit of the All Blacks to the home of English Rugby for a re-match? There is no bigger way for the 2020 Quilter Internationals to kick off than with New Zealand. For pure adrenalin, atmosphere and experience, this is unbeatable.
A contest that is becoming one of the game’s true rivalries, Argentina’s visit to Twickenham will be memorable, passionate and compelling. England will play their second game of the series against one of the most feared teams in world rugby. On Saturday 15th November the Pumas will relish the opportunity of taking England on in their own backyard. Always physical, always ambitious, Argentina have what it takes to go the distance at Twickenham – and you can be there to see every moment.
One of the oldest and biggest rivalries in world sport, never mind rugby – any meeting with Australia is to be savoured. The Wallabies have rediscovered something of the best of themselves in the Rugby Championship and beat New Zealand last season so their collective threat, dazzling attacking brilliance and all-round mastery of managing the game will test England to the limits. Twickenham will be a sell-out – make sure you are there to send Waltzing Matilda back Down Under well beaten!
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