The HSBC London Sevens is back! Twickenham Stadium is hosting the penultimate leg of the World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series and it’s set to be a weekend full of drama with USA, Fiji and New Zealand still in contention to win the overall series. The event takes places over two days of the Spring bank holiday in May, with the very best entertainment, from live bands and DJs to fairground rides, games and chill out areas.
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 to decide the Gallagher Premiership Rugby 2019 Champions. On Saturday 1 June Twickenham Stadium will be full with a crowd comprising fans from across the League coming together to enjoy the best that English rugby has to offer. With everything on the line it will be an action-packed, no holds barred encounter.
The Quilter Cup, kicking off at 15:30, sees an England XV meet the Barbarians for the 18th time in what will be another hotly-contested fixture. England Women will play a historic first match against the Barbarians at Twickenham Stadium with kick off at 12:30.
Experience the electric atmosphere in Twickenham Stadium's rooftop venue for one summer's evening only. On 6 June we will be opening the doors to our shared summer party in the British Airways Rose Garden for a fun and lively party including live music, mouth-watering food from the pizza oven and rotisserie and a welcome summer cocktail.
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.
The Guinness Six Nations 2020 will see England welcome two of the world's best rugby teams - Wales and Ireland - to Twickenham. Will you be there to discover who will claim the Guinnes Six Nations crown?
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