London Double Header

London Irish v Harlequins – London Double Header at Twickenham Stadium,
Saturday 2nd September, 4:45pm

Details checked on 24th July.

Twickenham stadium is about a 20 minute walk from Twickenham station.

Our match against Harlequins is the second game and counts as a home match for us, Saracens v Northampton Saints is at 2:00pm.

TRAIN: South West Trains run a direct service from Reading and London Waterloo to Twickenham. From Reading there is a half hourly service, with a journey time of 1 hour, from Waterloo there is a very frequent service with journey times between 23 and 49 minutes.

BUS: For details of bus services to Twickenham, please check the Transport for London website – http://www.tfl.gov.uk/ – but be aware that services that pass close to the stadium are likely to be re-routed to avoid congestion.

CAR: For those driving – see details from the RFU website – http://www.englandrugby.com/twickenham/visiting-the-stadium/getting-here or put TW2 7BA into your SatNav. Please be aware that parking at the stadium is limited and should be booked in advance – parking can be booked through the RFU website – https://www.eticketing.co.uk/rfu/Events

MATCH TICKETS: Tickets are available to purchase online from ticketmaster/rfu.
London Irish ticketed members can claim their free ticket and purchase additional tickets via the London Irish ticket website or by calling the ticket office on 0118 968 1016.

1 thought on “London Double Header”

  1. Ian Sarsfield said:

    Or, join our annual coach-trip from Waltham St Lawrence, price includes travel and all catering with car park party at Twickenham. Contact me via email, Ian @ KiMServices. Co. Uk 😁

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