Twickenham Stadium

The Official Home of England Rugby

Not only is Twickenham Stadium the home of England Rugby but the largest dedicated Rugby Union venue in the world, seating a capacity of up to 82,000 people.

The history of Twickenham begins with William ‘Billy’ Williams, who was charged by the Rugby Union to find a ground for England Rugby. His choice of the site quickly earned the nickname the Cabbage Patch as it was built on allotments used for growing fruit and vegetables.

After an £80 million investment in 2006, England’s National Stadium stood in all its glory.

Twickenham Stadium Hospitality

Despite events such as HSBC London Sevens being cancelled for the 2021 season, Twickenham is excited to host other major sporting events such as the 2021 EPCR finals, Premiership Rugby and Six Nations. This venue is excited to bring the best quality of sports hospitality. The Six Nations brings top-class test rugby to the centre stage at Twickenham stadium.

Eventmasters are proud to offer a wide range of Twickenham Stadium hospitality packages and VIP tickets for some of the UK’s biggest sporting events in 2021 and 2022. Executive boxes are available which boast seating just outside the box, along with four-course meals, complimentary bars and post-match afternoon teas.

Twickenham Stadium News and Updates

Twickenham Stadium has been through approximately seven revamps, now complete with a four-star hotel and a museum housing the most extensive collection of rugby football memorabilia in the world. Twickenham Stadium will also be hosting stadium tours throughout the year, allowing visitors to see exclusive areas such as the Royal Box, Player’s Tunnel and a visit pitch-side of the stadium.

England plans to host three fixtures at Tickenham Stadium against Australia, South Africa and an emerging nation, whose identity is yet to be confirmed.

Despite cancelled and rescheduled games, the summer series in July still went ahead as England went against the USA on the 4th of July. England emerged victorious with a 45-7 win with outstanding performances from Ellis Genge and Joe Cokanasiga. England also went against Canada on the 10th of July and remained triumphant with a 70-14 win.

Discover More About Twickenham Stadium

History Of The Stadium

Being one of the oldest and largest grounds in the world, Twickenham is not only one of the most famous sports venues in England, but also across the world.  Built in 1909, the stadium hosted its first international test match in January 2010.

This first test game at the stadium was a clash between England and Wales.  The two sides kicked off at the ground, which has then seen a great deal of this international rivalry’s history since then.

The ground was built by the RFU on an old cabbage farm, leading to fans giving Twickenham the affectionate nickname the Cabbage Patch.

Other Events at Twickenham

Twickenham Stadium also has been host to many other sports and entertainment events.  Perhaps most notably The Rolling Stones, Rihanna, Eminem and U2 have played concerts at Twickenham Stadium.

American Football has also been played at the stadium, as part of the NFL London in 2016 and 2017.

Facilities at Twickenham

Successive redevelopments at the stadium have seen various additional facilities added to the ground.  Currently, a four-star Marriott hotel with over 150 rooms is based in the South Stand of the stadium.  The hotel also boasts six pitch-facing VIP suites.  There are also performing arts and extended conference spaces and a wonderful health and leisure club.

The World Rugby Museum is based at Twickenham Stadium, which covers the history of the game across the globe and educates visitors with an array of interactive displays and entertaining exhibitions.  There is also a rugby shop on site.

See England Rugby in action by securing your Twickenham Rugby hospitality packages and VIP tickets today!