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All Black action at Twickenham

The first QBE International at Twickenham this autumn between England and New Zealand will be a game to savour. England will have the home side advantage and the All Black’s will have to dig deep.

Watching England play the current World Champions New Zealand will be a match not to be missed and rugby fans should guarantee their place by booking either a ‘Classic’ or ‘Platinum’ package for a unique hospitality experience and a match that will deliver 80 minutes of colour, passion and drama.

England will be looking to avenge the recent defeats they suffered against the mighty All Blacks, whose final match of the Summer Tour equalled the record for successive Test victories and send an emphatic message to their World Cup challengers. The power, the speed and the appetite for success from both sides will make this a game not to be missed.

The All Blacks have an aura about them and a history rich in success, an overabundance of great players who have defined the evolution of the game and a feverish following that is steeped in traditions and culture. New Zealand will be guaranteed a rapturous reception at Twickenham and the capacity crowd will be primed and ready to roar home Stuart Lancaster’s side. 

Hospitality packages at Chase Bridge will bring the QBE Internationals to life and provide fans of all ages the opportunity to see the greatest southern hemisphere teams in action at Twickenham, the home of rugby.

Seeing England knock New Zealand from their lofty perch, especially on home soil at Twickenham, will be an experience that England fans will not want to miss.