RFU - Twickenham Stadium Harlequins - The Twickenham Stoop - London Broncos - Ealing Trailfinders, Ealing W13 Saturday 19th August 2017: Harlequins v Jersey Reds, 14:00 Sat 2nd Sept 2017: Saracens v Saints - London Irish v Harlequins, (LDH), 14:00 16:30 Saturday 9th September 2017: Harlequins v Gloucester Rugby, 15:00 Saturday 23rd September 2017: Harlequins v Leicester Tigers, 15:00 Friday 6th October 2017: Harlequins v Sale Sharks, 19:45 Saturday 14th October 2017: Harlequins v La Rochelle, 17:30 Sunday 22nd October 2017: NFL: Arizona Cardinals v LA Rams, 18:00 Saturday 28th October 2017: Harlequins v Worcester Warriors, 15:00 Sunday 29th October 2017 NFL: Minnesota Vikings v Cleveland Browns, 13:30 Saturday 4th November 2017: New Zealand v Barbarians, 15:00 Saturday 11th November 2017: England v Argentina, 15:00 Sunday 12th November 2017: Harlequins v Worcester Warriors, 15:00 Saturday 18th November 2017: England v Australia, 15:00
Saturday 25th November 2017: England v Samoa, 15:00
Sunday 3rd December 2017: Harlequins v Saracens, 17:30 Thursday 7th December 2017: Varsity Match, 11:30 15:00 Sunday 10th December 2017: Harlequins v Ulster, 13:00 Saturday 30th December 2017: Harlequins v Northampton Saints (BG 10), 16:00 12th January 2018: Harlequins v Wasps, Time TBC 26th January 2018: Harlequins v Scarlets, Time TBC Friday 9th February 2018: Harlequins v Wasps, Time TBC Saturday 10th February 2018: England v Wales (6 Nations), 16:45 Sunday 11th February 2018: Harlequins v Wasps, 13:00 Saturday 24th February 2018: Harlequins v Newcastle Falcons, 15:00 Friday 2nd March 2018: Harlequins v Bath Rugby, 19:45 Saturday 10th March 2018: Harlequins v Richmond Fifteens, 15:00 Wednesday 14th March 2018: NatWest Schools Cup Final, (4 matches) 11:00 Saturday 17th March 2018: England v Ireland (6 Nations), 14:45 Wednesday 11th April 2018: Students Rugby Day, (4 matches 11:00 Friday 6th April 2018: Harlequins v London Irish, Time TBC Saturday 7th April 2018: Bath v Leicester (The Clash), TBC Saturday 5th May 2018: Harlequins v Exeter Chiefs, Time TBC Saturday 5th May 2018: Army v Navy, 15:00 Sunday 6th May 2018: RFU Cup Finals & U20 Final, 11:00 (All Day) Saturday 26th May 2018: Aviva Premiership Final, 15:00 Sunday 27th May 2018: England v Barbarians, 15:00 Saturday 2nd June 2018: HSBC London Sevens, 09:00 (All Day) Sunday 3rd June 2018: HSBC London Sevens, 09:00 (All Day)
July/August 2018: Potential Pop Concert, Twickenham Stadium
Twickenham 8th/9th July 2017
With one of the 'roady' sound guys
Hey, well at least the diets working!
At 22 Years Old
Myself at the age of 23 Years Old
Virgin Atlantic Airways Rugby Team
Myself in all red as Captain and Club Chairman (Aged 33 years old) with Richard Branson
Virgin Atlantic Airways Rugby Team
Myself playing 2nd row lock, back 3rd in from left (Aged 33 years old)
Virgin Atlantic Airways Rugby Ground, Crawley, West Sussex
This adorable orphaned fawn clearly thinks it's a dog, as it licks its canine friend while the unlikely pair cuddle up. Rio the fawn and Dixie the family dog are fast becoming the best of furry friends.
Harlequins to rebuild Twickenham Stoop with 25,000 capacity THE TIMES - 24/11/2017 Harlequins are planning to build a 25,000-capacity stadium on the site of Twickenham Stoop in an ambitious project expected to cost around £50 million. The existing 14,800-seat stadium has been operating at 98 per cent capacity in recent years and the Aviva Premiership club’s vision is to develop a new multi-sport facility, with strong consideration being given to an artificial pitch to ensure that it can be used all year. Quins will also look to uncover and resurface the cinder running track that was home to Richmond and Twickenham Athletics Club until 1984, but is now a concrete walkway that runs around the field. Final facilities will be determined during a six-month consultation period, starting in January, with local residents and businesses invited to offer ideas before the club submits a planning proposal to Richmond council. The club will consider building a hotel, and could also develop facilities on site for Richmond upon Thames school, with which it is affiliated. “To allow us to continue our positive contribution to the borough and London, we have now reached the point where we have to co-create a new, state-of-the-art stadium, accessible to all facilities,” David Ellis, the Harlequins chief executive, said. “The emerging concept could place the Stoop firmly at the centre of the local community for another 100 years, creating a fantastic new destination to work, play and live.” Quins are likely to play their matches at Twickenham Stadium, subject to approval from the RFU, while construction work is under way, although that will not happen next season. Populous, who designed the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium, have been appointed as architects. Exact final costs are unknown until facilities and design are agreed upon, but Brentford Football Club’s new stadium in Kew is being used as a realistic comparison.