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What's in store at Twickenham's West Fan Village

08 March 2014

  • Arrive at 11.30am to make the most of the West Fan Village
  • Lee Mears to join in the fun with supporters
Twickenham's match-day atmosphere

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If you are heading to Twickenham for Sunday's RBS 6 Nations showdown between England and Wales, make sure to check out all of the treats in store at the stadium's West Fan Village.

From 11.30am until two and a half hours after the final whistle, fans will be able to join in with a variety of activities, including:

The Ruck N Rollers Brass Band

To kick things off as soon as you get off the train, you will be greeted by the Ruck N Rollers Brass Band at Twickenham Station. Playing a mixture of classic and contemporary songs, it will be a great way to warm up the vocal chords.

The O2 blueroom

If you are an O2 customer and are at Twickenham on match day, make sure you come and visit the O2 blueroom in the West Car Park for a free pie and a pint. You can even treat one of your friends, too. The O2 blueroom will be open two hours before kick-off.

There’s plenty going on, including fan challenges and opportunities to win some England kit.

Come back after the match and you’ll be joined by a couple of the England team for a Q&A. Download the Priority Moments app and come and find us in the West Car Park. 

The BMW Lounge

BMW is the official vehicle of England Rugby and you can be entertained by the BMW big screen in the West Car Park. BMW will be showing a range of highlights, including exclusive interviews with players and coaches, as well as the BBC’s build up to the event. 

After a successful debut earlier this season, the BMW Race Track returns to the West Fan Village, where the fastest time on the day will win a ride home in one of the BMW X5 Sweet Chariots.


Canterbury will be offering fans the opportunity to enjoy some classic rugby anthems and get stuck into the history of our great game. Check out the Republic of Rugby for your chance to win some fantastic prizes. 

The new Guinness Surge Bar  

If you’ve worked up a thirst on the way to the stadium, the GUINNESS Surge Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a pint of the black stuff before and after the big game. Post match there’ll be a Q&A with an England player hosted by Lee Mears, plus live music and celebratory singalongs.

The Bollinger Bar and Garden

Or if you fancy adding a little glamour to your day, enjoy a glass or two of bubbly from the Bollinger Bar and Garden. In another new addition Bollinger have a new location and more space, including a garden deck, so more fans can enjoy a little bit of luxury.


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