THE EAST WING RUGBY HOSPITALITY PACKAGES 

Luxurious surroundings, superior service, fantastic views 

Whether you’re in a group of two or ten and looking for an informal, relaxed lounge, or a more formal private table setting, The East Wing will exceed all your expectations. Enjoy a spacious and luxurious members’ club environment, overlooking Twickenham’s hallowed turf.

Flooded with natural light, its dual-aspect vista takes in the pitch and West London skyline. Direct access to your seat ensures a flexible entertaining experience. Everything in The East Wing is adaptable to your requirements.

Real ales and draft lager or fine wines specially selected by our in-house sommelier will perfectly complement your menu choice. You and your guests can enjoy a five course taster menu, light bites or an informal tapas-style service in the company of rugby legends.

"Saturday was great and we've had brilliant feedback from all the clients already stating how much they enjoyed themselves. The new facilities in the East Stand are impressive, food is at you would expect of a very good standard, and the service provided at the facility was exceptional. Overall, along with the close nature of the match it was a top day, well worth the expense."
- Host from SCC - England v South Africa

England v South Africa

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Rugby Canada: The Summer Series Preview

If you’re up to date on your England Rugby knowledge, then you’ll know that Canada are heading to the capital, at Twickenham Stadium, this July as part of the Summer Series. In preparation for the summer showdown, here’s a look at rugby in Canada.

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Rugby in the USA: A Sleeping Giant?

Rugby…in the United States…aka the home of baseball and american football…really? Absolutely! So, let’s delve deeper into the rugby in USA realm - here’s a little bit more about rugby across the pond…

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Red and Whites vs The Wallabies

Any England/Australia showdown is big in the sporting world, never mind rugby. It’s one of the oldest and biggest clashes in the world – and it’s set to happen at this year’s Autumn Internationals.

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