We can’t wait to welcome you to Twickenham on Saturday 2 April. It promises to be another epic day. To help you get the most out of the day, be sure to check out our tips and information below.
Traveling to Twickenham
Exit the M25 at J12 and join the M3. This becomes the A316, follow this road until you reach the Lexus/Toyota garage on the Whitton Road roundabout and the stadium is nearby.
If you wish to park at the stadium you must book in advance and this can be done via the official ticket site.
Twickenham Station is a 10 minute walk from the stadium for National Rail services. Richmond Station is the nearest tube stop (District Line) and you can change for the National Rail here.
The stadium is also served by the following bus services.
What Time is Kick Off?
Gates open at 12pm.
The Women’s Varsity Match kicks off at 12.30pm.
The Men’s Varsity Match kicks off at 3.30pm
What Else is Happening?
If you want to show your support for your team, be sure to visit the ‘Choose Your Blue’ face painting. Head to the South West corner of the stadium by the main drinks concessions to get your face painted. This is being run in conjunction with our charity partners at the Whale and Dolphin Conservation.
Don’t head off after the match, head over to the South Concourse and enjoy some live music. Truly, Medley, Deeply will be bringing you hits from across the decades in their own inimitable style. From disco classics to girlbands via stadium rock, there really is something for everyone
Experience the World Rugby Museum this match day for the opportunity to visit the ‘The Rugby World Cup: In Her Own Words’ exhibition, rugby memorabilia, hands-on interactive exhibits and much more.
You can also visit Ronnie Poulton-Palmer’s match-ball on display alongside his England cap, England rose and Berkshire Company Regimental Badge, who scored a record 5 tries for Oxford in the 1909 Varsity Match.
Prices start from £7.50 for children under 16 and £12.50 for adults.
Opening hours are 10am-3.30pm.
We recommend booking your visit online before visiting, however you will be able to purchase tickets on the day from the museum entrance.
Food and Drink
Level 1 and 2 bars open from 12:00pm until (7:05pm approx). Please note all bars and catering concessions at the Stadium are operated on a cashless basis – only card payments are accepted.
Face coverings are recommended for all fans. Please follow good hygiene practices at all times, including washing your hands regularly, and avoiding touching your face, handles, and railings wherever possible.
If you have any specific needs, please be sure to check out Twickenham’s page on accessibility for further information and FAQs.
We hope you have a fantastic time at The Varsity Matches and look forward to seeing you on the big day!