A look ahead to 2018 at Twickenham Stadium

2017 proved to be another memorable year at the home of rugby. England beat France, Italy and Scotland on their way to Six Nations glory, the England Sevens came second at the London leg of the HSBC World Sevens Series and the Red Roses completed a series whitewash over Canada. It wasn’t all about England though, the Barbarians faced the All Blacks, the Exeter Chiefs beat Wasps in the AVIVA Premiership final and Cambridge were triumphant in the Varsity games. Away from the rugby, Twickenham welcomed back the NFL, hosting the Minnesota Vikings 33-16 win over the Cleveland Browns and the LA Rams 33-0 thrashing of the Arizona Cardinals. In July, the stadium was transformed as U2 came to town, bringing their global ‘Joshua Tree’ tour to England supported by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

U2 performed in July 2017 as part of their 'The Joshua Tree' world tour
U2 performed in July 2017 as part of their ‘The Joshua Tree’ world tour

As things stand we have the following matches and events to look forward to in 2018;

Date Tournament Fixture Kick Off Time
Saturday 10th February Six Nations England v Wales 16:45
Wednesday 14th March Schools Cup Finals Day U15 Vase

U15 Cup

U18 Vase

U18 Cup





Saturday 17th March Six Nations England v Ireland 14:45
Wednesday 11th April Students Rugby Day
Saturday 7th April The Clash Bath Rugby v Leicester Tigers TBC
Saturday 5th May Army v Navy for the Babcock Trophy

UK Armed Forces v Oxbridge U23



Sunday 6th May RFU Cup Finals
Saturday 26th May AVIVA Premiership Rugby Final
Sunday 27th May Old Mutual Wealth Cup England v Barbarians

Jason Leonard Division 1 Final

Bill Beaumont Division 1 Final

Gill Burns Division 1 Final





Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd June HSBC London Sevens From 9:30
Saturday 3rd November Autumn Internationals England v South Africa TBC
Saturday 10th November Autumn Internationals England v New Zealand TBC
Saturday 17th November Autumn Internationals England v Japan TBC
Saturday 24th November Autumn Internationals England v Australia TBC

2018 is set to be another amazing year at the Twickenham stadium, what are you most looking forward to?

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