- Send your Twickenham celebration photos for the Centenary Walls of Support
- Be part of a huge picture collage in Twickenham’s south stand
The RFU wants you to help celebrate Twickenham stadium’s 100-year anniversary by sending us pictures of you at the iconic rugby arena.
To mark the stadium’s 100th birthday in 2010, Twickenham is launching two new Centenary Walls of Support.
The walls will feature the England squads from 1910 and 2009, and the RFU wants fans’ images to make-up mosaics highlighting the superb support you provide on Twickenham match days.
Fans should send in as many pictures as they want; whether it be you and friends celebrating at an international or club fixture at the home of English rugby, or toasting success in one of the stadium’s bars.
Sponsored by the England Rugby Supporters Club, the Centenary Walls will be placed alongside Twickenham’s first wall of support, which was unveiled in February, 2008 to celebrate England's 2003 Rugby World Cup triumph.
The squad from 1910 image will be unveiled on February 6 – the stadium’s 100th anniversary – when England face Wales in the 2010 RBS 6 Nations, followed by the class of 2010 which will be installed later in the year.
You can upload your images for free by visiting www.rfu.com/2007/fan-zone/upload-photo/centenary.html.