Demand for tickets for major international matches at Twickenham is extremely high and so, all tickets for all Grade A Internationals (RBS 6 Nations and QBE Internationals) are allocated via a ballot.
A wheelchair access ballot is run separately from all other ballots. Supporters must apply to the RFU Ticket Office directly by the given deadline to be entered into the wheelchair ballot. In order to enter a Grade A International Ticket Ballot you must be a member of the England Rugby Supporters Club (ERSC) or a rugby club. Visit the ERSC section for more information on becoming a member.
All wheelchair applicants must also have completed and returned a personal assistant registration form. Find out more about the personal assistant registration system and download the registration form here.
Each ballot entrant can only apply for two tickets – one for the wheelchair user and one for a companion. Due to demand, additional non-disabled customers cannot be seated in wheelchair areas for balloted matches.
If you would like to be considered for wheelchair terrace tickets please indicate this on your form. As wheelchair terrace spaces are extremely limited, successful ballot applicants will be entered into a further ballot to ensure the allocation of terrace seats is as fair as possible.
If you are not a wheelchair user but require accessible seating, you must apply for tickets through your rugby club or the ERSC. At the time of application you must ensure that your club is aware of your access requirements so we can accommodate them in the club allocation.
Ballot forms will be available on this webpage before each ballot is drawn. Typically, the ballot will be drawn a couple of months before each series of internationals. Please note that there may also be international matches on public sale.
Find out more about the matches currently on public sale.