For all ticketing enquiries please see our dedicated Ticket FAQs.
Can I bring children to Twickenham Stadium?
At what time does the stadium open on a match day?
At what time do the stadium bars open on a match day?
What am I permitted to take into the stadium?
What am I permitted to take into the seating bowl?
What catering is available within the stadium?
Junior tickets are available for matches at Twickenham depending on the fixture. Juniors are classed and aged 15 and under.
Babies in arms need to be in a front carrier - buggies, prams and carry seats are not permitted. They do not require a ticket and can be seated anywhere within the stadium.
Under 2s need a ticket which is free of charge and can be collected from the Ticket Office on the day. Parents/Guardians are advised that the middle and upper tier concourses are extremely high and some, adults and juniors, may find this uncomfortable. Children must be supervised in these areas at all times.
Over 2s require a ticket and can be seated anywhere within the Stadium. Parents/Guardians are advised that the middle and upper tier concourses are extremely high and some, adults and juniors, may find this uncomfortable. We would also advise that the rake of the seats in the upper tier is steep and some people may find this unnerving. We would advise against booking in the upper tier for anyone with children under 8. Children must be supervised at all times.
Please book appropriate seating, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to re-seat customers on match days.
Q: At what time does the Stadium open on a match day?
A: Opening times differ depending on the kick-off time. For details of particular matches, check the What's On page.
Q: At what time do the Stadium bars open on a match day?
A: Licensing hours are dependent on the stadium opening times. For details of particular matches, check the What's On page.
- Glass containers
- Air horns
- Professional recording equipment
- Large flagpoles (1.5m or longer)
- Pushchairs and buggies
- Barbecues and gazebos may not be taken into the RFU car parks or used on the premises.
The RFU Ground Rules has more details on what may and may not be taken into the Stadium.
Q: What am I permitted to take into the seating bowl?
A: Small bags which can be placed safely under a seat are allowed into the seating bowl, as are food and non-alcoholic drinks which have not been purchased in the Stadium (provided they are not in glass containers or cans). Spectators can also take up to four alcoholic beverages purchased in the Stadium to their seat.
For other RFU events, being hosted at venues across the country, please refer to the host stadium for their policies on bringing food and drink into the venue.
Q: What catering is available within the Stadium?
A: A large number of varied food and beverage outlets are located at various levels within the Stadium and in the West Car Park. There are also limited restaurant facilities, details of which can be obtained from Twickenham Experience Ltd.