Rugby House - Twickenham Stadium Hospitality 

Soak up the incredible Twickenham atmosphere from stylish surroundings of Rugby House North. Located in Levels 1 and 2 of the North Stand, Rugby House North is an ideal place from which to entertain guests with official match seating just a few steps from your suite.

Rugby House


  • Four course plated menu
  • Post-match Twickenham tea
Players Lounge


  • Drinks reception
  • Fully comprehensive bar of real ales, Guinness, premium lager & selected wines
  • Complimentary bar 60 minutes post-match
Rugby House


  • Officially allocated and reserved RFU match seats in North Stand
  • Views of pitch behind posts and player running lines


  • Seats provide close up action of tries scored


  • Dedicated hospitality facility in with VIP entry in the North Stand
  • Private tables for 10 and 12 guests
  • Private suites available


  • Dedicated hostess service for food and drinks
  • Q&A from past players
  • Facility opens 3.5 hours before kick-off and closes 1.5 hours after match finishes

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