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Twickenham Stadium is the home of England Rugby and the largest dedicated rugby union venue in the world, seating up to 82,000 people. The stadium is a destination for fans around the world to experience the action on the pitch on a match day, dance...more
All reviews great atmosphere england rugby world cup six nations rugby match rugby fans watch rugby great rugby middle tier food and drink outlets plenty of food a nightmare toilet facilities match days public transport great seats changing rooms
Brilliant. Okay, the place is a little on the more expensive side, but to be honest, not overly expensive. Walking to my seat I could see that everywhere I looked had a great view.
We arrived a couple of hours before the game (England v...More
We had booked tickets for England v Ireland a few months ago and had another really enjoyable visit to Twickenham. Great atmosphere and a great stadium that makes you feel pretty damn close to the playing area almost no matter where you are seated. Very...More
Excellent experience on the three occasions I have attended England international matches. I have been with friends, my son and on the last occasion my wife and have had a great day each time. Okay the food and drink are expensive but so is Wembley...More
On this trip we had wisely bought tickets months in advance for the pre World Cup Autumn International match between England and Wales.
We'd travelled to and from Somerset by coach - that in itself was eventful, see later - and arrived in plenty of...More
We've been to Twickers a few times, love the atmosphere on match day but afterwards the queues for the trains and transport are horrific. We walked back to Richmond which was far better.
Beer and food prices not too bad for a stadium, but drink...More
We went to Twickenham for the first time to watch England play Ireland last weekend...
The weather was extremely hot, but we had a brilliant time...
We used the underground (tube) to get there from where we stayed overnight in London - getting off at...More
Only been here for Rugby games so obviously it gets super busy.
You can buy wine, larger, Guinness and even a G&T but be prepared for a long wait, so top tips...
1/ if the crowds on the main ground floor are 30 deep, head...More