Tickets It is hard to get an official ticket at cost price for a Six Nations Match unless you are a member of a rugby club, a debenture holder or purchase corporate hospitality. Rugby clubs and affiliated bodies receive a certain amount of tickets a year for internationals and as demand always exceeds supply, clubs operate a ballot system.
The other official outlets for tickets are sales agents that act on behalf of the RFU The Twickenham Experience offers official hospitality packages , as do Mike Burton Events International either sell tickets in packages or individually
Corporate hospitality packages are available on a match-by-match basis, which is usually in a hired box, marquee, or one of the glass-fronted restaurants that surround the ground.
The best way of getting your hands on tickets if all the official lines have been exhausted is through one of the online ticket agencies:
www.6nations.co.uk; 0207 387 9495
www.bespokeevents.co.uk;0131 653 6009; email@example.com
0208 744 9997; firstname.lastname@example.org
0145 2892057; www.mikeburtongroup.com
RFU Hospitality: 0208 831 7977
Buying a ticket from a tout is a risk especially as the RFU have been clamping down, and because of this there are not as many touts as there used to be.
The roads leading to the stadium are the prime place for touts, especially by the roundabout at the corner of the South and East Stands. Alternatively, punters are advised to ask around in the pubs on London Road.
Eating and Drinking: The Scrum Bar, at the northeast corner of the ground, claims to be the biggest bar at any sporting venue in Britain, stretching for 156 feet, with 96 pumps and 44 very busy staff.
Altogether there are 26 bars
IPA Bitter £4.30
Strongbow Cider £4.30
Gourmet Burger and Chips £7.50
Sausage & Mash £6
Portion of Chips £2
Get the best of your visit to Twickenham….
There will be many fans who have not visited Twickenham before. If their club reaches a Twickenham final, or they get their hands on a precious England ticket, they could well be attending their first game at rugby's H.Q., and in the heat of a big sporting occasion a little forward planning can go a long way to keeping the show on the road-off the pitch at least!
Check out where you are sitting by checking the seating plan on the back of the ticket. Remember, Twickenham covers a large area, and you may not want to walk round all of it…
If you are seated in the East or North Stands, sound advice would be to come to the ground via Richmond Station (Overground or Underground), and follow the signs-and other supporters- to one of the free shuttle buses that will deposit you near your area of the ground.
If you're in the West or South Stands, walking from Twickenham (Overground only) might be the best option. But don't forget that with up to 82,000 people in attendance it can get extremely busy.
More so, when most of them are trying to get away at the same time….Allow for at least a 30-minute walk between the station and the ground.
Also, make sure you are carrying plenty of cash to take advantage of the various burgers and South African sausages that are on sale in people's gardens as you walk to the game. They're always strangely appealing after a pre-match pint..
When you're in the ground, the West Car Park Village is a great landmark..just head for the Guinness Bar and take it from there. On the other side of the ground, the aptly-named Scrum Bar beneath the East Stand is a popular spot. Finally, if it's a sunny day, and you're in the East Stand, take a cap and a pair of sunglasses. You will find the game is so much more enjoyable when you can see it!
Tours Tues-Sat: 10.30, 12.00, 13.30, 15.00; Sunday: 13.00, 15.00
Adults £14; Concessions £8
Museum: There is a separate rugby museum underneath the East Stand which is well worth a visit.
Museum only: Adults £6; Concessions £4
Open Tues-Sat: 10.00-17.00; Sundays 11.00-17.00
Tel:(44)208 892 8877
Alternatively, tickets can be bought in the RFU megastore behind the South Stand.
Eating and Drinking near the Stadium:
Arthur's on the Green
20 Twickenham Green
0208 893 3995
A superb restaurant in a charming part of the town
62 King Street
0208 892 3010
For those who can't resist a curry, this is a cracker.
10 Crown Road
0208 892 0001
Hop of the train one stop early for this sensational deli
The Prince Blucher
124 Twickenham Green
0208 894 1824
A great pre-game rugby pub.
0208 892 0863
A pub down by the river
The White Swan
0208 744 2951
Last Updated May 2014
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