Rugby fans are acutely aware that the Old Mutual Wealth Series offers an opportunity to see some of the strongest international rugby teams in the world. This year's Autumn series should be especially intriguing given the results of the 2015 World Cup. With that in mind, we formally invite you to join us on 29 May for the England men team’s annual May match, this year against Wales at Twickenham. This match will be a warm-up for England's upcoming Australian tour, which takes place in June.
In the Autumn fixtures, England will again face Australia and also come up against South Africa, Fiji, and Argentina. For the 29 May game at Twickenham, we expect both England and Wales to be up for the scrap. We hope you will consider joining us for what could be an exciting match between the two teams.
About the Venue
Twickenham Stadium is owned and operated by the Rugby Football Union and is home to England’s national rugby teams. Located in Twickenham, south-west London, the stadium is used for international and domestic English rugby as well as concerts, conventions, and other sporting events held throughout the year. If you have never been to Twickenham for a rugby match before, you are in for a treat.
Our Old Mutual Wealth Series offerings for the England vs Wales match on 29 May includes two options: a Rugby House package and a more exclusive package featuring the St George's Suite. Both packages include match tickets, a four-course meal, drinks, an official souvenir game programme, and more. Regardless of the package you choose, you and your guests will enjoy an exceptional experience centred around great rugby featuring two very strong teams.
Rugby Hospitality at Its Finest
We are truly looking forward to Twickenham and the 2016 Old Mutual Wealth Series. From our experience, this series offers rugby hospitality at its finest. At DTB, we have been fortunate enough to be able to offer our clients all sorts of world-class sporting events over many years of operation. Few events compare to this series in terms of raw excitement and sporting passion. If you have never attended a rugby match as a hospitality guest, we invite you to make 2016 the year you change that. Contact us for more information about the England versus Wales match on 29 May.
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