England v Ireland RBS 6 Nations "St Patricks Day"
In 2017, Ireland denied England a Grand Slam with a 13-9 victory in the final match of the 2017 Six Nations Championship in Dublin. Ireland controlled the first half and led 10-3 at the break thanks to an Iain Henderson try and a Johnny Sexton penalty. Owen Farrell kicked two penalties in a tight second half, but it wasn’t enough and England fell short of claiming a second successive Grand Slam. The defeat also brought to an end England’s record equalling 18-match winning streak.
Join us to witness one of the most intense rivalries in International Rugby. England will welcome Wales to Twickenham Stadium for the 2018 Six Nations. With England’s vocal home support behind them, you are sure to be part of an incredible atmosphere and a noisy encounter.
What to Expect (Itinerary)
The Corinthian Club
- Official en-bloc RFU match tickets
- Champagne reception on arrival
- Four course gourmet lunch
- Complimentary bar
- Post-match savoury selection
- Complimentary bar for 90 minutes after the game
- Plasma television screens
- Celebrity guest speaker
- Official souvenir programme
- Individual guest packs
Saturday 17th March 2018
- 11:00 - Facility Opens
- 12:00 - Luncheon is Served
- 14:45 - England v Ireland Kick Off
- 16:30 - Post Match Refreshments Served
- 18:00 - Player Appearance and Bar Closes
- 18:30 - Guests Depart