With England having one of their best years in International rugby for a long time with Eddie Jones team currently unbeaten in 2016 hospitality at Twickenham is even more popular.
England are hosting Italy, Scotland and France at Twickenham next year and there are several different options for clients to choose from and we often get asked which hospitality package is the best at Twickenham.
We hope we can help answer this with brief descriptions of some of the official facilities below.
Private boxes – If you are looking for an exclusive private facility then the best option is a private box which vary in size from ten to twenty people and are located in each of the stands. The most VIP boxes are the ones located in the new south stand as some of these are glass fronted and overlook the pitch and they also benefit from an appearance from an ex England international who will greet your guests on the day.
Players’ Lounge – This is the most exclusive shared hospitality facility within Twickenham and comes with the best seats and after the match some of the England squad come into the facility and give their thoughts on the game they have just played in
Rugby House – This is located in the new south stand and has some good speakers along with pre and post-match hospitality.
Orchard Enclosure – This facility probably has the best atmosphere at Twickenham and is often hosted by ex-England international Martin Bayfield who is one of the funniest and best rugby speakers there is. Other speakers in this facility are the likes of Jason Leonard and Jeremy Guscott. To give you a flavour of the day we have produced a short video which should give you a good idea of what to expect.
St Georges Suite – If you are looking for a more informal and cheaper facility then this is for you. Unlike the other facilities, which have sit down meals, this is more an informal option with a buffet meal. It still enjoyed the benefits of complimentary drinks, guest speaker and also comes with good seats too.
We hope we have given you a good idea of what to expect but please get in contact if you have any questions.