Rugby World Cup Tickets – Twickenham Stadium, London

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Rugby World Cup Tickets – Twickenham Stadium, London

Twickenham Stadium is the home of the RFU and England Rugby. Twickenham Stadium will be at the centre of attention during the Autumn Internationals and the RWC 2015 when it will host all the England games as well as the opening and final match of the tournament. Get your Rugby World Cup 2015 Tickets for Twickenham now and experience the unique match day atmosphere.

Twickenham Stadium is the largest dedicated rugby stadium in the world and seats an impressive 82,000 rugby fans. The venue doesn’t just offer the best match day experience, but fans can also visit the World Rugby Museum and the official Ruby Store.

Rugby World Cup

England vs Fiji – Opening Match on September 18th 2015

Twickenham Stadium will be at the centre of attention during the Rugby World Cup 2015. The venue will host the opening match between England and Fiji on September 18th at 8:00pm. England is the clear favourite in the opening game. In 2012, England beat the Fiji team with 54-12 at Twickenham Stadium – the highest victory in an Autumn International opening match. Get your Rugby World Cup 2015 Tickets for Twickenham Stadium early as it will be the first game of the RWC in 2015.

France vs Italy on September 19th 2015

France is the clear favourite, despite losing to Italy in 2013 and 2011. France won 32 of the 35 tests against Italy and is currently 7th in the IRB Standings. However, Pool A will be a tough group for both teams as they are facing England, Wales and Australia.

England vs Wales on September 26th 2015

England will face there fierce rival Wales in the group stage. Fans can expect to experience one of the highlights of the RWC 2015. England defeated the Welsh team in the 2014 Six Nations with 29-18, but lost the 3 previous tests. However, most fans remember the history 62-5 England victory in 2007. We urge rugby fans to get there Rugby World Cup 2015 Tickets for Twickenham early as demand will be huge for these games.

England vs Australia on October 3rd 2015

The rivalry with Australia is very much balanced. England won 17 matches of the 42 tests and defeated Australia in 3 tests of the last 4 tests. Considering the high Australian population in London, this will be an exciting game to see live. The atmosphere will be electric and England can hopefully perform as in previous tests. England vs Australia tickets are available now. Get your Rugby World Cup 2015 Tickets now.

Australia vs Wales on October 10th 2015

Australia is the clear favourite in this match, haven’t lost a test since 2009. Australia is 3rd in the IRB World Ranking. However, Wales is coming with huge support. Twickenham Stadium will be sold out and the atmosphere will be inspiring. Get your Australia vs Wales tickets now.


Twickenham Stadium will host 2 Quarterfinal matches on October 17th/18th. The Winner of Pool B will face the Runner-up of Pool A on the 17th of October and the Winner of Pool A will face the Runner-up of Pool B on the following day.


Twickenham Stadium will also host both Semi-Finals the following week on October 24th and 25th.


This is what rugby fans waited for, Twickenham Stadium will host the RWC final on October 31st. Fans are advised to get there RWC final tickets as soon as possible.

Twickenham Stadium history

The RFU purchased the land in 1907 for only £5,500. Prior, the land was used to grow cabbage and the ground was initially known as the “cabbage patch”. The first stand was built in 1908 and the first game was played in 1909 between the Harlequins and Richmond. The first international game was hosted the following year between England and Wales and the stadium had a capacity of only 20,000.

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