Visit some of the most exciting and select areas of the Stadium, including the Royal Box, Players’ Tunnel, and a visit pitch-side before finishing your visit with the World Rugby Museum. The highlight of the trip is a visit to the England dressing room where you will learn about the match-day preparations and routines of international rugby players.
Ever wondered what it is like to follow in the footsteps of your heroes? Here's your chance to explore Twickenham Stadium in the company of ex-England Rugby legend Brian Moore. Get behind the scenes at the Home of England Rugby and enjoy the personal insights of a giant of the game. Follow them down the player's tunnel and into the England dressing room. Finish your visit to Twickenham with a self-guided tour of the award-winning World Rugby Museum.
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!
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.
The Barbarians are back and looking forward to welcoming back fans to The Home of England Rugby for what promises to be a thrilling match between two teams who love to entertain. It will be the second time Barbarians and Samoa have met, the first being at London's Olympic Park ahead of Rugby World Cup 2015, which marked the first-ever rugby match at the venue. For the first time the Barbarians will host a men's and women's match on the same day with Barbarians Women v Springbok Women XV being played after the men's match.
Big Game is back! Harlequin's men will face Northampton Saints in a highly anticipated match. Harlequins will also host the first competitive Harlequins Women’s match at Twickenham Stadium - against Wasps Women - and hope to achieve a record crowd to cheer on two of the best teams in professional Women’s rugby.