Known as the home of England Rugby, Twickenham Stadium is loved by rugby fans the world over. Boasting its very own museum, The World Rugby Museum is just one reason why you should visit, as it tells the story of rugby from around the world. Following the prestigious game’s history right through from its origins to the present, you can enjoy interactive zones, special exhibits and memorabilia. It truly is a rugby lover’s dream.
Another popular reason to visit is so you can experience the space for yourself. Whilst television might be convenient for enjoying fixtures, nothing compares to seeing the stadium with your own eyes. Enthusiasts can even arrange a tour so they can experience the largest rugby stadium in the world, take photographs and learn more about its construction and history.
Our final reason is arguably the best; in 2018, England will play four international matches that will be branded as the Quilter Internationals. The November fixtures for the autumn internationals are as follows:
England V South Africa, Saturday 3rd November 2018. Kick off 3pm
England V New Zealand, Saturday 10th November 2018. Kick off 3pm
England V Japan, Saturday 17th November 2018. Kick off 3pm
England V Australia, Saturday 25th November 2018. Kick off 3pm
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