- Provisional Itinerary
13.15 Facility opens, drinks reception and complimentary bar available
13.45 Lunch is served
Facility closes until final whistle
18.25 Post-match refreshments served at final whistle
19.25 Bar closes 60 minutes after the final whistle
19.55 Facility closes 90 minutes after the final whistle
(All timings are approximate and subject to change)
Dressed shavings of Jerusalem artichoke,
sunflower seed praline & pickled wild mushrooms
Roast venison with crispy brassicas,
glazed salsify, miso & maple
Roast baby onions, maitake mushrooms
with crispy brassicas, glazed salsify, miso & maple (v)
Yorkshire rhubarb & sherry trifle
Black Bomber, Oxford Blue, Baron Bigod
Artisan crackers, English chutney, sweet grapes
Steak & mushroom mini pie
Fried chicken sandwich, buttermilk, chilli jam
Vegan mushroom, red wine & tarragon mini pie (VG)
Caramel apple cake
(All vegetarian alternatives must be ordered in advance)
- Michelin Star Chef Ollie Dabbous
A leading light in British modern cuisine for the last decade or so, we’re delighted to welcome Ollie Dabbous to The Green Room at Twickenham for the upcoming England 6 Nations matches against Wales & Ireland.
Bounding onto the London culinary scene in January 2012 with the opening of Restaurant Dabbous, Ollie’s first restaurant became one of the hardest to get a table at in the city. After promptly being rewarded its first Michelin star within six months of opening and receiving extraordinary reviews by the some of the most hard-nosed restaurant critics, he opened a second restaurant, Barnyard, that catered for a more relaxed audience, serving homespun comfort food, with equal success.
Spectators are asked not to bring large bags, sports bags or rucksacks into the stadium on match day and only small bags which can be placed safely under a seat are allowed into the seating bowl.
Please take great care if forwarding tickets on to your guests. Please ensure that you log the block, row, and seat numbers as well as hospitality pass numbers you send to each guest as without this information lost tickets cannot be replaced.
Please note that since Twickenham Stadium introduced its electronic turnstile access control system all hospitality guests need their match ticket to enter the stadium. As there is no re-admittance, we strongly advise that all guests have their tickets in advance of the event.
I HAVE A SPECIAL REQUEST OR A DIETARY, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Should you have any dietary or access requests or concerns, please email our guest experience team on email@example.com
WHERE IS THE GREEN ROOM LOCATED?
The Green Room is located in the North Stand of the stadium in the Captains Club & Beaumont Suite. Guest will be allocated to one room only.
WHAT IS THE BEST POINT OF ENTRY FOR THE GREEN ROOM?
Please enter the stadium via Gate D on Rugby Road. The Green Room – Six Nations Suite.
WHERE ARE MATCH SEATS LOCATED?
Match seating is located in the North Stand Middle Tier
The dress code is smart / casual. Rugby tops are allowed but please do not wear ripped jeans or trainers.
- By Car
From M25, exit at J12 onto M3. This becomes the A316, and Twickenham Stadium is off the Whitton Road roundabout next to the Lexus / Toyota car dealership. From London, turn right off the A316 at Whitton Road roundabout. Please do leave additional time if you are arriving at the stadium during peak travel hours as the A316 can be busy during this time.
Twickenham Rail Station - 10 min walk
Whitton Rail Station - 20 min walk
St Margaret's Rail Station - 20 min walk
Richmond Rail & Tube - 8 min train
Hounslow East Tube - 30 min bus
281 route - 1 min walk (subject to diversions once the road closures are implemented on a match day)
481 route - 1 min walk (subject to diversions once the road closures are implemented on a match day)
681 route - 1 min walk
H20 route - 5 min walk
267 route - 8 min walk
R68, R70, 33, 290, 110, H22 or 490 - 10/15 min walk
Parking at the stadium on a match day must be pre-booked and can be purchased via contacting your account manager
- Venue Address
Twickenham Stadium, Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW2 7BA.
- Road Closures
Please be aware that on match days road closures are implemented around 90 minutes before kick-off time, re-opened during the match and then closed again 10 minutes before the end of the match for up to two hours.
The various roads around the stadium included in the above closure times are as follows; London Road, Whitton Road, Rugby Road, Kneller Road and streets leading off them. Please keep this in mind when organising drop off / pick up before and after the match.
- London Marriott Hotel Twickenham
Contemporary hotel in the stadium offering a restaurant & a sports bar, plus a gym & an indoor pool.
Part of Twickenham Stadium, home to the England rugby team, this modern hotel is 14 minutes' walk from Twickenham train station and 3 miles from the Royal Botanic Gardens.
- The Petersham Hotel, Richmond
Overlooking the river Thames at the top of Richmond Hill, this upmarket hotel in a Victorian country house is 5 minutes' walk from Richmond Park and 1 mile from Richmond station (with links to central London and Heathrow airport).
- Premier Inn London Twickenham Stadium Hotel
This informal, low-rise hotel is 1 from rugby games at Twickenham Stadium, and 4 miles from both Heathrow Airport and Hampton Court Palace.
- Hilton London Syon Park
Set in a redbrick building at the edge of the 200-acre Syon Park estate, once the country home of the Duke of Northumberland, this high-end hotel is 3 miles from Twickenham Stadium and 7 miles from Heathrow Airport.
- The Lensbury
Set on 25 acres of landscaped grounds on the banks of the river Thames, this upscale sports resort hotel is 0.9 miles from Teddington train station.
- Park Grand Hotel
This stylish, contemporary hotel is an 11-minute walk from Hounslow East tube station, 4 miles from London Heathrow Airport and 5 miles from the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.
- Doubletree By Hilton Hotel London Kingston Upon Thames
This upmarket hotel in a residential area is a 4-minute walk from Kingston Station and a 3-minute walk from Bentall Centre mall.
- The Cabbage Patch
A drop-kick from Twickenham, The Cabbage Patch is more than just the most famous rugby pub in the world. The only place to be on match day, it’s a great spot to relax in the week too – serving gourmet pub food, outstanding ales and an enviable whiskey collection.
- The Fox
Bright 17th-century inn with rustic decor, serving real ales and British food, plus live music.
- The White Swan
The White Swan is a traditional free house right on the banks of the River Thames in Twickenham. The pub dates back to the 17th century. You can see us in the Samuel Scott print, dated 1760, that hangs above the fire in the bar. The pub is made up of two rooms, a terrace-balcony and a garden right on the riverbank.
- The Ivy Café Richmond
The Ivy Cafés are positioned in London neighbourhoods known for their chic village-style surroundings. Offering accessible all-day dining in a local, relaxed and friendly environment, the Cafés draw both locals and visitors alike, whether you live, work or shop nearby.
- The Eel Pie
A traditional pub with a contemporary twist in Twickenham If you’re looking for pub with a mix of old and new, with a passion for both rugby and music, then the Eel Pie is a must on your next visit to Twickenham!
The pub takes its name from Eel Pie Island, so named due to the popularity of the pies served to day-tripping Londoners who would come down by paddle steamer to the old Eel Pie Hotel. Indeed, the island became a haven for musicians during the 1950’s jazz scene and latterly a hangout for the early rock and roll scene in the 1960’s with Rod
Stewart, The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton, amongst others, all kick-starting their careers there and the back room of the Eel Pie pays tribute to the island’s musical glory days and often features live music.
- The Crown
The Crown is one of TW’s finest watering holes. Our pub and restaurant is ideally located in St. Margaret’s, just a mile away from Twickenham Rugby Stadium and a stone’s throw from Marble Hill Park.
The Crown proudly serves delicious British food, from the traditional pub classics to daily seasonal specials. Our bar is stocked with real ales and wines from around the world with something for everyone. The pub holds an abundance of space boasting an enhanced Georgian heritage of the original building and a stunning restaurant located at the back of the pub in an old Victorian hall. The pub is also home to a private dining room which is perfect for private celebrations or meetings.