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Club Twickenham


Win tickets for international rugby matches at the home of England Rugby

Join CLUB TWICKENHAM and be entered into the draw to win tickets to watch England play on the hallowed turf of Twickenham in home internationals against the world’s best sides. For only £60 per entry, you will be entered into the draw to win a pair of tickets to home Six Nations and Summer warm up fixtures for the World Cup at Twickenham in 2019.  Current value of a pair of tickets £160 – £200.

Please contact Caroline Donald if you would like to become a member.

How it works:

It is very simple to join.

  • Contact Caroline for the web link to set up your direct debit online and pay the annual membership of £60 per entry.
  • Choose how many entries you would like – up to a maximum of five entries.
  • Clear your diary for the dates and cross your fingers and toes for luck!
  • Join before 18 January Deadline


“I was both surprised and very pleased to learn that I had won tickets to Twickenham vs Australia this year. The seats were perfect for all the action and it was a real bargain. I will definitely be signing up each year henceforth!” 2018 England vs Australia winner


Club Twickenham supports the RGS OPPORTUNITIES FUND – established to provide support to children from disadvantaged backgrounds who are unable to participate in wider educational enrichment trips due to financial constraints.

Winners of November 2018 Quilter International Tickets were:

England v South Africa = Simon Parrington

England v New Zealand = Roger Lloyd

England v Japan = Will Massey

England v Australia = Hal Appleyard



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Sir Peter Gershon (RGS 1958–1966)

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Karolina Csathy (RGS 2008–2015)

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David Walliams (RGS 1981–1989)