I’m a huge rugby fan, so getting to write about one of my favourite subjects (apart from menswear) was an easy choice! Twickenham Stadium is one of the most famous stadiums for rugby fans worldwide, but did you know the land was originally used to grow cabbages and this is where its nickname ‘the cabbage patch’ comes from?!

Twickenham stadium offers the best in hospitality for the biggest of rugby fans. The die hards make Twickenham a day to remember, treating friends and family to VIP boxes, restaurants and some of the best seats in the stadium! Hospitality packages at the stadium offer some unforgettable experiences even for those people that are new to the fantastic game of rugby! If you’re looking for the best seats in the house and a day to remember, there are numerous Twickenham hospitality packages to choose from.

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It is known as the home of English rugby for a reason and for rugby fans it is a paradise, whether watching a local or international game! The stadium itself has stood since 1908 in numerous forms, but it wasn’t until 2016 that the first sporting event other than rugby was held there when NFL held a game.

Twickenham isn’t just an iconic sporting ground, it is also home to the World Rugby Museum which attracts visitors from all corners of the world. The museum opened in 1996 and is located in the east stand of the stadium. (Officially becoming the World Rugby Museum back in 2007).

The Twickenham World Rugby Museum has the one of if not the most extensive collection of rugby football memorabilia in the world! This includes over 25,000 recorded objects, 7,000 pieces of archive material and almost 8,000 photographs. In addition to a huge treasure trove of other rugby memorabilia including boots, jerseys, rugby balls programmes, books, match-tickets, and other assorted paraphernalia.

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