You’ve got your tickets sorted, you know what teams are playing and you know you’re one of the very lucky people going to Twickenham Stadium to watch the rugby. But what’s next?
We’ve put together a guide to help you make the most of your day out at Twickenham and ensure you’re ready for the big day.
First things first, make sure you have the goods to get in. Your event documentation includes itinerary, lanyard and ticket so don’t leave the house without any of these key items! As silly as it sounds, it happens to the best of us!
Next is to map out your route of action and establish a plan of travel with your group. Twickenham is surrounded by several stations directly linked to Central London which makes getting to the stadium quick and painless.
It’s now the day of the event and all of your careful planning has paid off – you’ve made it to the stadium. Now what?
Make your way to your designated area of the stadium where a hostess will be on hand to greet you and help you begin your hospitality experience. In the lead up to the match, enjoy refreshing beverages and tuck into a mouth-watering selection of dishes, all while soaking up the electrifying match-day atmosphere. Don’t forget to take your seat in time to join in the singing of the national anthem at the top of your lungs!
Finally, the teams are on the pitch and it’s about to kick-off but you suddenly realise you have no idea what’s actually going on. You start asking yourself why is that guy being hoisted in the air and why are they rushing at one another?
Well, have no fear, we have put together a beginner’s guide to rugby below to answer any questions you may find yourself asking and to help you make the most of the day!
After brushing up on the below, you’ll be ready to take on any rugby day at Twickenham and show off all of your new knowledge to your friends, family, and clients. To find out more about the upcoming Six Nations, the 2018 Old Mutual Wealth Series and how to put your new knowledge to use, click here