England’s current form has got us all excited about this year’s competition. By booking hospitality through official provider Keith Prowse, you’re sure to make the most of it
Having just walloped Australia in the last of the Autumn Internationals, the England team is flying high on an unbeaten run that started over a year ago. You can be sure, then, that demand for next year’s RBS 6 Nations tickets will be high.
A trip to the rugger is a fantastic day out, and it makes an ideal opportunity to entertain clients. While the main event is on the field, hospitality guests will also enjoy great food, drink and entertainment.
But when you book, make sure to go through official provider Keith Prowse
. Why? Because you can bank on top-notch service, restaurant-quality food, and the satisfaction of knowing that a slice of the money you spend is going back into the sport itself.
Flexible and value for money
Remember, you needn’t be a large corporate group to book a hospitality package. Taking one client and joining a table is a popular option. We understand that when numbers are small there’s a temptation to book general admission tickets. But before you do, have a look at what the hospitality offering for the RBS 6 Nations provides.
Champagne on arrival, guest speakers, Q&A with three England players, complimentary bar, four-course lunch, a great seat, not to mention the space you need to get some quality face-time with your client – it all adds up to a real value-for-money option.
understands that not everyone is a rugby aficionado, so they’ve created a beginner’s guide to rugby union
to bring any fledgling enthusiasts up to speed. Knowing a ruck from a maul could really ramp up your guests’ fun factor on the day.
The one to book
The first game kicks off at Twickenham Stadium on 4 Feb 2017, with our boys facing up to their old foe France. Over the years, the fixture has become fondly known as Le Crunch
, and if you look at the stats over their 102-game history, you can see why. Learn more about the story of this great rivalry here
As the official hospitality provider at Twickenham, Keith Prowse
has packages for all of England’s home-ground fixtures. Prices start from £359 and include complimentary drinks, an informal three-course buffet, parking and – of course – that prized match ticket.
That all-important first fixture against France starts at £499pp and is selling fast. Go here
for more information.
Come on England!