- Barbarians to play Fiji at Twickenham
- Killik Cup game played on 16 November
- England beat Barbarians in Quilter Cup
The Barbarians will return to Twickenham on Saturday 16 November to face Fiji in the first international to be staged in the UK following the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
The Killik Cup match promises to be an exciting affair; the last time both teams met at Twickenham - in November 2013 - more than 68,000 fans were treated to a mouth-watering spectacle of running rugby, with the Barbarians stealing the show in an electric 43-19 win.
Tickets to the November clash are on general sale now from www.ticketmaster.co.uk/barbarians with a special early bird offer and 50% off top price adult tickets for a limited time only.
Across their 129-year history, the Barbarians shirt has been worn by more than 5,000 players from over 30 different nations, including sporting legends such as: Jonah Lomu, Brian O’Driscoll, Bryan Habana and England’s 2003 Rugby World Cup winning captain, Martin Johnson.
And fans can expect to see a number world stars pulling on the famous black and white shirt to play Fiji later this year.
“We are honoured to be invited to play the Barbarians at Twickenham, six years since our last encounter," said Fiji head coach, John McKee.
“The team always looks forward to playing at one of the most prestigious stadiums in the world and especially against a club steeped in so much history.
“The Baa-Baas style is somewhat similar to the Flying Fijians and the way we love to play. Fans can expect an exhilarating and fast-flowing match on the day.”