International tickets at Twickenham
In normal seasons, the RFU gives clubs an allocation of tickets for games at Twickenham. For popular games, demand outstrips supply so we invite applications and hold a ballot.
Typically the process is: I send out an email to all members (late summer for the Autumn series and September/October for the Six Nations) asking for applications and payment with the application. Knowing the total demand, I try to match it by buying tickets from the RFU. We then hold a ballot for games where I can not meet the demand. The club then returns any excess payments.
This year is not a normal year. There is a series of games planned in the Autumn but COVID-19 is likely to mean that the ground operates at a very reduced capacity with sponsors and debenture holders being prioritised. If this is the case then we will have no allocation and no ballot. I will email all members if we do receive an allocation and run a ballot.
On a separate note, a few people have been having been asking about Lions’ tickets. Lions’ tickets are not distributed through the RFU and we do not expect to receive any.
International Tickets Secretary
Please note, in order to enter the ticket draw for any matches you must be a fully paid up single adult/head of family member of the Club for 2020/21 (i.e 1 application only per family), which means that individual Mini and Junior playing members are unable to apply for Twickenham tickets. If your subs are outstanding, regrettably your applications will not be considered. Click here for full terms and conditions. .