Twickenham Stadium is the home of England Rugby and the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world, seating up to 82,000 people.
It has also staged the Rugby World Cup Final in 1991, where Australia beat England 12-6 and in 2015, where New Zealand defeated Australia 34-17. With the fantastic atmosphere the stadium creates for Six Nations games or Autumn Internationals, every rugby fan will have dreamed of running out on the famous turf at some point in their lives!
We are thrilled to give you the opportunity to go behind the scenes at Twickenham with a tour of the famous stadium, to include seeing the changing rooms, substitute benches, players tunnel and media facilities, before ending up in the famous World Rugby Museum. The museum has a rolling programme of special exhibitions which cover topical issues and some unique displays including an English rugby union jersey from the first ever international in 1871, between England and Scotland.
At the conclusion of your tour, you will head to The Twickenham Cellar, concealed deep within the West Stand, which is the stadium’s most exclusive facility and provides the perfect setting from which to entertain. This impressive suite boasts the finest in Twickenham Stadium’s historical past. Used solely for lunches or dinners, its décor features vintage wines, ports and regal style furnishings. To complete the exclusiveness of the day, you will be joined by a former England legend, who will share stories with you and answer any questions that you may have.
Potential Former England Legends to join your party
Lewis Moody, Martin Corry, Brian Moore, Kyran Bracken, Dean Richards, Jason Leonard, Lawrence Dallaglio, Matt Dawson, Lee Mears, Andy Gomarsall, Phil Vickery, Mike Tindall, Jason Robinson, Ben Kay, Mark Cueto, Nick Easter & James Haskell
With our wide network of contacts, we have access to many more England rugby stars as well, so please contact us for further ideas or let us know if you have any specific requests.