The Lock, Twickenham Stadium Hospitality

Binding a celebration of England Rugby with a great pitch view

The engine room of the scrum and the target player in the lineout, the lock is an essential part of the team on the pitch and The Lock restaurant delivers similar exclusive qualities off it.

The Lock opens three and a half hours before kick-off allowing you to avoid the crowds as you arrive through your dedicated entrance to enjoy traditional, formal hospitality with a contemporary twist. Private tables of between two and ten people are available

The Lock 4 menu has been designed by Tom Kerridge and will be cooked and delivered by his team of chefs on match day. (Tom Kerridge will not be present on match days)

Once the final whistle has gone, return to The Lock for a further two hours and talk through the day’s play, alongside rugby legends and heroes of the game.

TO EAT

  • Three course plated menu
  • Post-match cheese board
  • The Lock 4 menu has been designed by Tom Kerridge and will be cooked and delivered by his team of chefs on match day (Tom Kerridge will not be present on match days)

TO DRINK

  • Champagne on arrival
  • Half time drinks served in the restaurant and complimentary bar 90 minutes post-match

YOUR VIEW

  • Match seats South East corner to 22's
  • Dual aspect, pitch viewing

CLOSER TO THE ACTION

  • South East corner up to the 22s

DINING STYLE

  • Private tables of 2,4,6,8 and 10
  • Semi-private bays

INCLUSIVE FEATURES

  • Meet, greet and socialise with past players
  • Facility opens 2.5 hours before kick-off and closes 2 hours after match finishes

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