Chase Bridge Six Nations Rugby

2015 – The Year Of Rugby To Kick Off With RBS Six Nations

Chase Bridge Six Nations Rugby

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.

The RBS Six Nations Championship will provide a real indicator of how England may measure up against the world’s best later in the year. With an away game in Dublin against the best team in the northern hemisphere, plus Twickenham matches against Scotland, France and Italy, the Six Nations will provide an intriguing two months of the very best action.

Mike Burton has ticket-inclusive hospitality opportunities available for both the Scotland and France games – book now so you can say you were there as England stepped up their bid for glory.

England vs Scotland - Twickenham Stadium - 14 March 2015

Anticipation will be high when Stuart Lancaster’s team meet Scotland at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday, 14 March. The Celts and England have one of the oldest rivalries in international rugby and Stuart Lancaster’s team will be desperate to continue their winning run and retain the Calcutta Cup with another comprehensive victory. Prices for our Club package start at £449, for Classic £595 and for Platinum £795.

England vs France - Twickenham Stadium - 21 March 2015

The RBS 6 Nations Championship could come down to the final game between England and France at Twickenham; it will be one of the most eagerly anticipated matches of the tournament. Don’t miss out on joining the capacity Twickenham crowd roaring England home! The celebrations will continue long after the 80 minutes of thrilling action on the pitch so join us at the Chase Bridge Hospitality Village and be part of the action at the culmination of the tournament. Prices for our Classic package start at £795 and for our Platinum £995.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to help England ‘Carry It Home’.