The stadium has been through many guises since it hosted its first rugby match back in 1909 between Harlequins and Richmond. One of the stadium’s crowning moments occurred in 1991 when it hosted the Rugby World Cup final between England and Australia. Twickenham is now established as one of the greatest sporting arenas, but the recent developments mean it is now fully functional venue 365 days per year, with a new hotel, gym and conference rooms.
Twickenham Experience and Keith Prowse were delighted to see Rugby House, in the new South Stand, receive rave reviews for its hospitality during the November internationals. Whilst the England team struggled to make the desired impact on the pitch, off the pitch clients were enjoying the new state-of-the-art hospitality facilities. Rugby House hospitality includes the exclusive Players’ Lounge package, with interviews of international players before and after the match. During the November internationals, England stars Paul Sackey, Delon Armitage, Nick Easter and Danny Cipriani all attended the Players’ Lounge for a post-match Question and Answer session with guests.
Other hospitality packages available in Rugby House include a large central restaurant, the Rose Suite and a number of smaller, more intimate suites. Hospitality is selling fast for all three RBS matches with some packages already sold out for France and Scotland, so don’t hesitate to get in contact with Keith Prowse to book your place.
South Stand Packages include:
Official RFU match ticket
Drinks reception on arrival
Complimentary bar pre-match and 1 hour post-match, including champagne
Four course luncheon with fine wines
Post-match savoury selection
Television screens showing all the action
Official souvenir programme
The next opportunity to enjoy Twickenham’s fantastic hospitality is the RBS 6 Nations 2009. The greatest northern hemisphere tournament kicks off on 7 February, when England goes head to head with Italy in front of their home crowd. England’s following matches are against title challengers and old foes, France on 15 March, followed by Scotland on 21 March, who will be playing for pride, two points and the Calcutta Cup.
England’s RBS 6 Nations 2009 home fixtures:
England v Italy, 7 February – hospitality from £349 + VAT
England v France, 15 March – hospitality from £699 + VAT
England v Scotland, 21 March – hospitality from £659 + VAT
Twickenham Stadium is one of the only sporting arenas in the world with first class hospitality facilities throughout; viewing restaurants, private areas for 50-600 guests and private boxes.
To reserve your place at England’s home fixtures against Italy, France and Scotland, call the Keith Prowse sales team on 0845 415 0630 or visit www.keithprowse.co.uk for further information on packages and prices.