6th February 2021

England v Scotland - Guinness Six Nations 2021

When it comes to the rugby, it feels as if it's drenched in centuries of tradition. This is more than a game, this is history in the making. England took back the winning title of the Calcutta Cup in 2020 - will they retain it in 2021?

13th February 2021

England v Italy - Guinness Six Nations 2021

England have never lost to Italy in the Guinness Six Nations Championship and there is much optimism that record will continue.

27th February - 20th March 2021

Guinness Six Nations Away Screening

Want to watch all the England Guinness Six Nations away matches unfold at Twickenham Stadium? You can watch both Wales v England, and Ireland v England from the comfort of The Clubhouse Bar & Kitchen.

Tickets are just £29 for adults and £24 for juniors (under 12s), and include a main meal from a set menu.

13th March 2021

England v France - Guinness Six Nations 2021

This is a rugby rivalry forged in the fires of the 1970s and 80s when it was red in tooth and claw. Times may have changed but the rugby is just as intense.

6th November 2021

England v Emerging Nation

Eddie Jones and the squad will begin their autumn internationals campaign on 6 November next year against an emerging nation in rugby, with the exact opponent to be confirmed at a later date.

13th November 2021

England v Australia

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 experience it!

20th November 2021

England v South Africa

In the final match of the series, England will play South Africa on 20 November in what will be the first meeting between the sides since the Rugby World Cup 2019 final. This also sees the Springboks back at Twickenham Stadium for the first time since 2018, England edging that game 12-11.