Baby and Junior Tickets
Junior tickets are available, and juniors are classed as 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 do not require a ticket however over 2s require a ticket and can be seated anywhere within the Stadium. We would advise against booking in the upper tier for anyone with children under 8, and that the rake of the seats in the upper tier is steep and some people may find this unnerving. Children must be supervised in these areas at all times.
Please book appropriate seating, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to re-seat customers on match days.
Accessible Tickets (wheelchair/easy access; info from Premiership Rugby) – www.englandrugby.com/tickethelp
Disabled ticketing is available but only through England Rugby. Full price tickets are £59 and each one has a complimentary ticket for an assistant. It also comes with complimentary parking in the Tesco car park.
There is limited additional seating for family and friends adjacent to the wheelchair/easy access enclosure seating, bookings are subject to the number of disabled requests and the number of additional tickets required.
All bookings are subject to availability
TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATION
There are coaches running from the AJ Bell Stadium to Twickenham, and the details are as follows –
- The coaches will leave from the AJ Bell stadium at 7:30-8am, no later, they will not wait
- If you are driving to the stadium for the coach then you need to park your car in the South Car park (on the right, opposite Aldi), and it must be removed before 11am on Sunday as Salford Reds have a match that day
- The price is £69 return per person
- The coach will drop off and pick-up at the same place in Twickenham
- Coaches will leave no later than 60 minutes after the final whistle – do not be late; it will not wait
All details and to purchase tickets click here: https://www.sportsbreaks.com/event/Gallagher-Premiership-Final—Saracens-v-Sale-Sharks—Coach-Travel/2159
Getting to/from Twickenham by Train or Tube
Twickenham has its own mainline station operating lines to London Waterloo, Reading and Windsor and Eton Riverside and Twickenham Stadium is a 15 minute walk from the station. Other nearby train stations include Whitton Rail Station and St Margaret’s Rail Station.
The closest tube stations to Twickenham Stadium are Richmond Rail & Tube which operates both mainline trains and District Line and Hounslow East Tube which operates the Piccadilly Line. Hounslow East Tube Station to Twickenham Stadium is approx. 35 minutes on foot, by car approx. 10 minutes and by bus approx. 30 minutes.
If you are heading back into London after the match, an alternative to the queues at Twickenham Station would be to walk to Whitton Station, 20 minutes from the stadium. There’s no guarantee there won’t be queues, but you will be on the train before those at Twickenham station.
If you’re planning to stay over then accommodation is available, but you may have to search a little harder and pay a little more than usual.
Try www.booking.com, Trivago, Travelodge, Premier Inn, and areas such as Staines, Feltham, Isleworth, Hounslow, Whitton, Teddington, Brentford, Kingston-upon-Thames, and Richmond.
Twickenham Stadium Guide
There’s lots of handy information here https://www.twickenhamstadium.com/ so please have a look if you have any questions.
Twickenham West Fan Village
Plenty to do, eat and drink here so get there early to soak up the atmosphere.
Twickenham Bag Policy
Ask yourself before you attend ‘is my bag essential?’ It’s better for everyone if you do not bring a bag at all.
If you do need to bring a bag, the following is permitted: A4 or smaller, dimensions of bag 210mm Width x 297mm Height x 260mm Depth.
- We do not allow large bags into the venue
- If you do need to bring a large bag with you, please check with the stadium or the supplied pre-event information on the bag drop facility. There may be a charge for use of this facility.
- All bags are searched so please give yourself enough time to arrive and have this completed before entering
- An exception will be made for medically necessary items after thorough proper inspection at the search gates.
The following items are not permitted through the Stadium turnstiles:
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.
Ref Link Radios
If you have one, it will work at the Final.
You can your take flags with you into the stadium
This list is by no means an exhaustive list. The RFU Ground Rules has more details on what may and may not be taken into the Stadium.
Entering the Stadium
- External food and drink are not allowed into the venue. There are plenty of options inside, so please finish any pre-entry refreshments you have before joining the queues.
- If you have a large bag, check with one of the team about the bag drop location.
- Head to one of the gate options shown on your ticket and join one of the queues.
- Have your phone ready if using the digital ticket app or your physical ticket.
- Open any outer jackets and bags (smaller than A4) and remove large items. These can be placed at the search station for the staff to check.
- You don’t need to remove belts or shoes.
- The search staff will conduct the checks and instruct you further.
- Once cleared pass through the ticket turnstile with your ticket
Twickenham is Cashless
All bars and catering units accept card payment only.
Pre- and Post-Match Pubs
If you’re heading back into Twickenham, then there are plenty of pubs to choose from to meet up with friends.
The Cabbage Patch
The Timber Yard
The Eel Pie
The Barmy Arms
The Royal Oak
The White Swan
The Three Kings
The William Webb Ellis
Pre- and Post-Match Dining
If you are looking to eat post-match, then I’d strongly recommend that you pre-book somewhere now before everywhere fills up. Twickenham has a diverse selection of restaurants to suit all palates and budgets so there’s something for everyone.