The redeveloped East Stand at Twickenham Stadium will open its doors for the first time on 6 October 2018, as Northampton Saints face Leicester Tigers in the Gallagher Premiership at the home of England Rugby.
A total of over 6,700sqm of distinct and contemporary hospitality spaces have been added to the venue. Joining the existing Rugby House and lower and upper tier executive boxes, the new Rose Garden, The Gate, The Lock and The East Wing, will help make Twickenham match days the ultimate experience for guests. The four new facilities are sold exclusively direct by England Rugby Hospitality™ and long standing partner Keith Prowse.
The best in modern hospitality will unite with the history and heritage of the stadium. The facilities will extend existing hospitality, bringing new world-class, "suite-to-seat" experiences, combining high-level dining with rugby.
RFU Chief Executive Stephen Brown, said: “We’re delighted that Northampton Saints chose Twickenham to host its home match against Leicester Tigers. This will be the first match for our new East Stand hospitality areas, which are really going to diversify our offering, giving more choice and transforming the match day hospitality experience.
“The profits generated from the sale of hospitality is reinvested back into rugby, going directly into upgrading facilities and rugby clubs around the country, providing coaches, developing the next generation of players, rewarding volunteers and ultimately supporting the England teams at all levels.”
Hospitality for the 2018 Quilter Internationals: England v South Africa (3 November), England v New Zealand (10 November), England v Japan (17 November) and England v Australia (24 November) is available at keithprowse.co.uk/twickenham