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The Rugby Football Union’s (RFU) mission is to lead, promote and govern the whole of English rugby union with expertise and equity, while maintaining the game’s core values and ensuring it remains a sport for all.
England is the largest rugby playing nation in the world, with nearly 2,000 clubs and 3,000 affiliated schools, and nearly 700,000 active players of all ages. That’s almost a quarter of all clubs in the top 10 rugby-playing countries.
Twickenham Stadium is the Home of England Rugby, the headquarters of the RFU and one of the foremost sports and concert venues in Europe. The stadium has a spectator capacity of 82,000 and the site includes a-156 bedroom Marriott hotel, a Virgin Active leisure club, conference and banqueting facilities, a performing arts centre, a rugby store and office accommodation, all of which makes the stadium a 365-day-a-year business. It is envisaged that the stadium will be further developed during the lead up to the 2015 Rugby World Cup (RWC) where Twickenham will host many games, including the final.