An elite experience: official hospitality at Twickenham Stadium

Enjoy an unforgettable experience at the home of rugby courtesy of Keith Prowse. Great sport, great food, great hospitality... 

The home of England rugby and the world’s largest dedicated rugby union setting, we’re talking about none other than the iconic Twickenham Stadium. Situated in the south-west of the capital, this premier venue boasts a range of tournaments, fixtures, and events all-year round including the world-famous Guinness Six Nations and autumn internationals. Its exhilarating atmosphere whilst showcasing the highest calibre of rugby makes this stadium a must-visit for any fan.

As well as hosting some of the world’s most renowned rugby players, Twickenham offers an elite rugby experience with official, all-inclusive award-winning hospitality. With an expansive range of dining offerings, excellence is never compromised.

Keith Prowse recognises that food and drink play an intrinsic part of your day out and are proud to showcase some of the most mouth-watering, seasonal menus within gastronomy. From first-class street food in the British Airways Rose Garden, to a mouth-watering fine dining experience from two Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge in The Lock, to sublime tasting menus and handpicked wines in The East Wing, your culinary preferences and requirements are guaranteed to be fulfilled with the variety on offer.

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The outstanding experience extends beyond dining at Twickenham: Keith Prowse packages accommodate a wide range of unrivalled views of the pitch. The Gate’s ground floor entrance provides for an ecstatic atmosphere with East Stand seats near the halfway line; The Lock combines hospitality perfection and stunning south east corner seats; the middle tier tickets provided by The East Wing means that its dual-aspect vista accommodates the pitch and West London’s stunning skyline; the British Airways Rose Garden, situated in the stadium’ higher levels allows for the most far-reaching views from your match seats.

Hospitality spaces in the stadium’s South Stand – World Rugby Museum, Player’s Lounge and Rugby House - allows for guests to get up close to all the action provided by world-class players. Each hospitality space, which offers pre and post kick-off access, offers something unique; yet, in working together, the facilities provide a spine-tingling and electric atmosphere for a truly unforgettable rugby experience.

Look no further for an unparalleled celebration of sporting talent, gastronomical excellence and an unforgettable day out at this iconic sporting venue. When 82,000 people lend their passion, their voice, to a great game of rugby, the result is an afternoon to live in the memory.

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All-inclusive experiences at the Guinness Six Nations start at £749 + VAT per person and full details can be found at Keith Prowse 0203 944 9348