Behind the scenes at Twickenham

As England prepare for their autumn international against Argentina at Twickenham, take a look at the home of Rugby Union.

Twickenham Stadium is a rugby union stadium in Twickenham, south west London, England.

Owned by the governing body of rugby union in England, the Rugby Football Union, the stadium hosts home test matches for the England national rugby union team.

Other rugby union games played at the stadium include the Middlesex Sevens, selected Aviva Premiership fixtures, selected Anglo-Welsh Cup matches, the Varsity Match between the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and selected European Rugby Champions Cup matches.

The Rugby Football Union's headquarters are in the stadium.

Twickenham stadium has 82 000 seats, and it was built in 1907. Architect of the stadium was John Bradley.

It is also used for many other activities such as concerts, American football matches and various conventions.

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BUSTER

7 months ago

greatest stadium on the planet!

man

7 months ago

it's like a shoe box... ugly:)

gino

7 months ago

i think it's ugly too..............

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