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Raise Money for Injured Players at the Official England Rugby Dinner

The England Rugby squad is heading to Twickenham Stadium in February for the Official England Rugby Dinner in aid of injured players

Lead image: The England rugby team (photo: Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

Help raise money for the Injured Players Foundation and enjoy a fantastic alternative to the typical Valentine’s Day date at the Official England Rugby Dinner.

This rugby filled evening, taking place at Twickenham Stadium on 14 February 2020, will include a number of Q&As with the players, offering an insight into what it’s like to be a part of the squad.

The event, hosted just days after England play Scotland in the Guinness Six Nations, will be a rare and exciting opportunity to mix with rugby royalty before they face Ireland at Twickenham.

Tickets include a pitch-side drinks reception (weather dependant), a three-course dinner and cheese course created by Executive Head Chef Thomas Rhodes, and all-inclusive beer, wine and soft drinks throughout the evening.

The evening will raise funds for the RFU Injured Players Foundation, which supports and protects the rugby family.

The IPF provides support to any rugby player who sustains a catastrophic spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury while playing the game, and funds vital injury prevention research to keep everyone safer on the field of play.

Tickets for the Official England Rugby Dinner start from £299 inc. VAT per person. A platinum ticket option, securing you a seat on the same table as two of the England players, is also available. Click here to book.



 

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