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The best rugby party. Informal, vibrant and fun! 

Located on level five of Twickenham Stadium, with easy access from the main entrance, the British Airways Rose Garden ambience will be informal and the atmosphere, electric.

Opening pre-match and offering live music, hand-held street food and a range of complimentary drinks, including real ales and draught Guinness, and match seats in the upper-tier within the 22s which provide a cracking view of all of the sporting action.

Continue to enjoy the hospitality on offer at half time. British Airways Rose Garden is open after the final whistle, giving you and your guests time to compare the team’s performance with like-minded rugby fans while the crowds disperse.

 

 

TO EAT

  • Street food from grazing stations
  • Also served by roaming waiting staff

TO DRINK

  • Complimentary bar including real ales, Guinness, premium lager and selected wines
  • Half time drinks served from the bar
  • Complimentary bar 30 minutes post-match

YOUR VIEW

  • East Stand, Upper tier within the 22s
  • Far reaching views over London

CLOSER TO THE ACTION

  • Near halfway line
  • Panoramic views of the pitch from your match seat

DINING STYLE

  • Informal dining experience with unreserved seating

INCLUSIVE FEATURES

  • Live music
  • Indoor space open to the elements
  • Facility opens 2 hours before kick-off and closes 1 hour after match finishes
*England Rugby and British Airways have announced a new partnership, which will see The Rose Garden re-named ‘British Airways Rose Garden’.  Previously advertised package contents will remain unchanged.

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