Twickenham will be the fitting stage when The Barbarians face down the mighty Haka and the All Blacks this autumn.
England romped to their biggest ever Calcutta Cup victory over Scotland to win their second successive 6 Nations Championship.
Elliot Daly rescued England with a winning try four minutes from the end of a pulsating Test match to preserve England’s unbeaten run under Eddie Jones.
The power of England’s bench ensured there would be no first day disaster against the French at Twickenham.
The 34-man squad will train in Portugal between 22 – 27 January before assembling at Pennyhill Park to prepare for their opening match against France at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 4 February (kick-off 4.50pm, live on ITV).
The British & Irish Lions have partnered with four Home Nations charities for the 2017 Tour to New Zealand.
If you are looking for the ultimate hospitality experience for the highlight of the summer sporting season.
Andy Murray secured his fifth singles title of 2016 - and 40th of his career - by beating Grigor Dimitrov 6-4 7-6 (7-2) in the China Open final on Sunday.
The 2016/17 rugby season is now only a week away and will culminate next July with the British & Irish Lions Tour to New Zealand.
Fresh from their 3-0 Test series win over Australia in the summer, England’s head coach Eddie Jones has named a provisional 45-man training squad for the Old Mutual Wealth Internationals this autumn.
The wait is over. The 2016 Wimbledon Championships is now underway - two weeks of the greatest tennis at one of the world's most iconic sporting theatres.
British hope Andy Murray has been seeded second in the men’s singles at Wimbledon, while fellow star Johanna Konta has been seeded 17th in the women’s competition.
For an authentic taste of summer that will capture the mood, atmosphere and memories of the world’s greatest tennis tournament, look no further than our 2016 Wimbledon Club menu.
The smell of that freshly cut grass is in the air, the seats are perfectly white and whitewashed, the chalk markings are fresh and the preparations are almost finished – welcome to the 2016 Wimbledon Championships.
Andy Murray made a giant statement of intent ahead of the French Open and Wimbledon by winning the Italian Open on Sunday.
The men’s and women’s singles champions at Wimbledon will be in the money this year – more than ever before.
Wimbledon is already one of the greatest venues in world sport but tennis fans are in for the ultimate treat at the Championships in 2016.
For the best rugby humour, stories and memories, look no further than Chase Bridge Hospitality Village.
The very best celebrity guest speakers, a genuine rugby atmosphere, a fantastic location – welcome to Chase Bridge Hospitality Village.
The highlight of the summer season is the Wimbledon Championships. It combines style and elegance with traditional Britishness – the quintessential strawberries and cream and afternoon tea.
Rugby legend Scott Quinnell was the star of the show at Mike Burton’s Chase Bridge Hospitality Village during England’s Championship winning performance against Wales.
The best of British tennis continue to shine in Australia – not only raising hopes of more glory Down Under but hinting at a glorious Wimbledon Championships this summer.
Northampton hooker Dylan Hartley has been named new England captain for the RBS 6 Nations Championship.
England’s new dawn has begun with a ‘Magnificent Seven’ new faces named in Eddie Jones’ first England squad.
There are now just eight weeks until England’s new dawn gets its first Twickenham unveiling when Eddie Jones’ Red Rose take on Ireland in the middle weekend of RBS 6 Nations Championship.
Mike Burton Corporate Hospitality is delighted to announce that Wales and British & Irish Lions legend Scott Quinnell will be a special guest when England play Wales at Twickenham on Saturday March 12 in the 2016 RBS 6 Nations Championship.
Wimbledon is the highlight of the summer season, combining elegance, style and sophistication off the courts with power, energy and passion on court. The Wimbledon Club, located just a short walk from Centre Court, again provided the very best in hospitality throughout the Wimbledon fortnight and in 2016 we look forward to welcoming guests back for this showpiece sporting event.
The menu for 2015, available for the entire two weeks of the Championship, was carefully selected and beautifully presented with outstanding service at The Wimbledon Club.
With only two months to go until the first ball is served at the Wimbledon Championships, preparations for our unique hospitality venue, The Wimbledon Club, are being finalised. Following months of planning, the team at Mike Burton recently spent time carefully selecting the special a la carte menu for guests to enjoy at the tournament.
Two of the biggest teams in the world of rugby will come to Twickenham in 2016 for mouth-watering occasions in the RBS 6 Nations Championship. England will welcome both Ireland and Wales to the home of England Rugby for two of the most anticipated matches of the season.
If you want to know what makes Chase Bridge the very finest rugby hospitality experience, then look no further than our exclusive video here.
When England take to the field to face Wales on the Opening Night of the RBS Six Nations Championship at the Millennium Stadium in February, it will begin a year of the very best rugby action. 2015 promises to be a phenomenal year of rugby that will culminate in Rugby World Cup 2015.
At our official Chase Bridge hospitality village at Twickenham during the QBE Internationals we were delighted to welcome some of the biggest names in English rugby to entertain our guests and look forward to welcoming them back for the 2015 RBS Six Nations Championship.
At the Official Chase Bridge Hospitality Village, some of England’s top players are always on hand to entertain guests.
The Springboks have made five changes for Saturday's clash at Twickenham following defeat in Dublin last weekend. South Africa has named World Cup winners JP Pietersen and Schalk Burger in the starting XV for Saturday's Test against England at Twickenham.
It has been a wonderful start to the 2014/15 rugby season – the Aviva Premiership has started in fantastic fashion with some absorbing and brilliant matches, sensational tries and some sparkling performances from players aiming to make a statement for England in the QBE Internationals.
Wimbledon is the highlight of the summer season; combining elegance, style and sophistication off the courts with power, energy and passion on court. The Wimbledon Club, located in the shadows of Centre Court, again provided the very best in hospitality throughout the Wimbledon fortnight and in 2015 we are looking forward to welcoming guests back for this showpiece sporting event.
England against South Africa will be a huge occasion for the England team. Any game against the mighty Springboks is one to savour; always a bruising, physical encounter the Boks will provide one of the sternest tests of Stuart Lancaster’s reign.
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.
England will relish the chance to play Australia at Twickenham and repeat their victory of 2013. Something special is always guaranteed when England face off against the Wallabies. Grit and determination will be at a premium as Stuart Lancaster’s side will be looking to get the upper hand over their old antipodean adversaries.
England will start their penultimate RBS 6 Nations match as favourites in front of a home crowd as they look to extend a six-match unbeaten run in games against the Scots. England eased to a comfortable win over Scotland in 2014 and the Scots will be aiming to go one better and take the Calcutta Cup back to Murrayfield.
The RBS 6 Nations Championship could come down to this game, one of the most eagerly anticipated matches of the tournament; Stuart Lancaster’s progressive England side versus the all powerful French.
England will welcome the cream of world talent to Twickenham for top class rugby in this season’s 2014 QBE Internationals. During November England will face the New Zealand All Blacks, South Africa, Samoa and Australia when Stuart Lancaster’s team begin the countdown to Rugby World Cup 2015 with four weeks of the very best rugby. Register here to receive all the latest news and hospitality offers. Subscribers will be the first to receive up-to-date information on Chase Bridge hospitality packages.
Twickenham, the home of England rugby, will play host to some thrilling home international matches in the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship. Rugby’s best-loved Championship will rush to a thrilling climax when England play France at Twickenham in the final game of the tournament. Our official hospitality packages will get you to the heart of the action.