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Twickenham Stadium


London is a city with a variety of different interesting attractions, which are worth a visit. Museums, galleries, churches, cathedrals are the most common tourist places. London is also the hub of entertainment. Here you will find the biggest clubs, the best pubs and restaurants with a variety of cuisines. You are welcomed in every place here. But additionally you can jump in to see some of the stadiums, which hosted many important social meetings. In London you will find one of the biggest stadiums in Europe . Moreover, the Twickenham Stadium is the third largest in Europe and the second largest in the whole UK. Twickers – it is a common name for the Twickenham Stadium. It is mainly home to a rugby union but it also hosts home matches of England; it is the home of rugby.

Rugby in London

Some say that rugby is a sport of thugs played by gentlemen. This place is the world stage for rugby and had great views from every angle of the stadium thanks to smart design and great logistics. The events are always put on brilliantly. Whether you are a local supporter of home team, or just a visiting fan it will be a great day out with good banter and no troubles. There is also an option of a tour that includes museum access with the 2004 world cup final ball on display, presidential suite, access to the changing rooms, players tunnel and many more. It would be a sin to not mention how professional and helpful the stadium staff is. The seats are as pleasant and comfortable as a stadium can provide. Access was nicely organised and the same to leave at the end of the game.

Rugby World Cup

If you like rugby this is an experience you should not miss. Rugby World Cup was also the event that appeared three times on Twickenham Stadium. In the near future the American football will be hosted on the stadium as the part of the NFL International Series. As you probably know, the Twickenham Stadium is the place of different events and those events also include concerts. Some stars like Rihanna, Bon Jovi, Iron Maiden, Lady Gaga, The Rolling Stones and many more appeared on the scene of Twickenham Stadium. While the visit at the Stadium you have a chance to enter the World Rugby Union Museum, it tells the history of the sport using interactive display techniques. In the special exhibition you can see some interesting parts of the collection.

Overall it’s an amazing venue and if you are visiting London don’t miss an opportunity to go and see it for yourself. It would be definitely worthy of reminiscing.


Whitton Rd, Twickenham, TW2 7BA