There’s nothing quite like a Saturday in November at Twickenham. England kicked off the Quilter Internationals with victory over South Africa, and we welcomed our first guests into the Twickenham’s new East Stand and in doing so raised the bar for what match day hospitality should deliver.
Whether you’re looking to build relationships with your key customers or build team spirit, here are five things you need to know about England Rugby Hospitality.
1. Don’t miss out
Not secured your space yet? Don’t worry It’s not too late to secure you place at this autumn’s Quilter Internationals.
England have won their last five encounters against the Wallabies and will want to finish November on a high as they begin their preparations for next year’s Rugby World Cup.
2. Fabulous food
2-Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, has collaborated in the design of the menu for The Lock restaurant and will be running the restaurant for each of England’s Quilter Internationals games this November.
3. All groups big and small – enjoy more flexibility
Twickenham’s East Stand gives you greater flexibility for entertaining your guests. With a range of packages to suit your style, needs and budget. Private tables are available for 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 people in our new restaurant spaces.
4. Always buy official – good for rugby
Hospitality for England Internationals has changed and all hospitality in the new East Stand is sold exclusively by England Rugby Hospitality and official partners Keith Prowse. We are urging fans not to risk their money by using unauthorised hospitality sellers.
5. Raising the hospitality bar
The new East Stand delivers spaces to entertain and be entertained, see and be seen. With private entrances, personalised, professional service, fantastic cuisine and the best seating positions in the stadium, your VIP experience awaits.