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England Autumn International Tickets 2014


December 30, 2013
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England return to action this autumn with a series of games against the giants of southern hemisphere rugby namely Australia, New Zealand and South Africa with Samoa making up the quartet. The game will form the QBE Internationals 2014 all games will be played at the home of English Rugby Twickenham It has been said that tickets for major Twickenham international matches are like gold dust and none more so than for the forthcoming Test matches against Australia and New Zealand. When England take on the Wallabies on November 29th and the All Black on November 8th as part of the QBE Internationals, many supporters will be disappointed not to be there but you can still get tickets see links below.

England start the 2014 Autumn series hosting New Zealand on 8th November 2014, the next week they host South Africa on November 15 2014, then it is the turn of Samoa on 22nd November 2014, and then the last game of the 4 games autumn international series they play the old enemy Australia on 29th November 2014.
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Scotland Rugby Autumn Internationals Tickets


October 20, 2013
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Scotland Rugby return to action this autumn as part of the Bank Of Scotland Corporate Autumn Test Series, Scotland RFU will face South Africa on Saturday 17th November, kick-off 1500, at Murrayfield they then take on the boys from down under South Africa on Saturday 17th November 2012, kick-off 14:30 and finish off the Autumn International Test Series with a game against Australia on Saturday 23 November, kick-off (more…)



Wales Rugby Autumn Test Tickets 2014


August 5, 2012
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Wales will play 4 high profile games this Autumn at the Millennium Stadium against the best teams in the world of Rugby. Wales take on New Zealand, Australia, Fiji and South Africa in successive weeks in November in what promises to be some amazing matches. Just a few hundred tickets remain for the Wallabies match, which contests the James Bevan Trophy – created in honour of and named after the Aussie-born first captain of Wales – although these are mainly single seats for the 17.15pm kick-off.
“The take-up for tickets through our club priority system and through pre-registration for the public has meant, for the second season in a row, we are able to announce a sell out months in advance of our Invesco Perpetual Series of fixtures, with more surely to follow,” said WRU group head of marketing Gwyn Dolphin.
“This shows that the appetite is there in Wales for more top class rugby, hot of the back of a Lions victory which saw many of our star players and coaches excell themselves and fans are hungry for more.

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England Autumn Fixtures


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England Elite Squad Summer Camp get ready for Autumn Internationals


August 11, 2012
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The England Team have got together this week in Loughborough for a Elite Players squad summer camp. England Head Coach Stuart Lancaster, wants to help get as many England players into the British and Irish Lions team for next summer.

This is a good sign in the run up to the Autumn Internationals when England will face the big south hemisphere rivals at home at Twickenham. England did not have many players in the Lions Squad who played against South Africa. However Lancaster is confident more England players will make the trip to Australia in the Summer 2013.

Lancaster explained why he wants England players in the Lions team even though will mean they can’t play on the England tour of Argentina.

“I don’t see it as a personal goal for me but I see the Lions tour as a motivation for the players,”
“I told them ‘we want as many of you as possible to go on the Lions tour.’ It’s a massive thing for the players and I think it helps them become better players by going to represent England within the British and Irish Lions at the highest level.
“And, also, I want the players to feel that we’re behind them in supporting them in that journey. We want as many as possible on the tour and then I can take some development lads to Argentina.”

The only current England player in the Lions squad is Leicester player Tom Croft.

The 3 day get together was used to reinforce the future of the England and the drive to produce a world class team of world class players.

He said:

“We need seven world class players in our team and I define world class players as being in the top three in their position in the world.
“That’s the reality, we can coach, we can put systems and structures in place but we need world class players.
“A good measure will be the Lions – it’s the benchmark of four northern hemisphere sides and if you’re not playing well enough to tour with the Lions then you can’t be in the top three in the world. It will be a good barometer [of our progress] as I saw various selections for the Lions pre-South Africa and we didn’t have very many in there.

Things are looking up for England , Buy tickets for the Autumn International Games via the links to the right.



England Rugby Tickets Autumn 2012


August 9, 2010
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With November fast approaching, the Autumn Internationals, also known as the End of Year Rugby Tests, will be upon us faster than most fans expect. The good news is that the England Autumn International tickets have just recently gone on sale and are still available. However, tickets are selling fast, and if you wait to buy England rugby tickets, you may find that you’ve waited too long.
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England v Australia Tickets Rugby Autumn International


October 31, 2009
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The Autumn International Rugby Test Series begins when England take on the old enemy Australia at Twickenham on 07 Nov 2009. Tickets for England v Australia are still available. The England Team medical staff have been working closely with Gloucester Rugby following Mike Tindall’s suspected hamstring injury last night. It has been agreed that Mike will return to the England camp tomorrow where he will be further assessed. An MRI scan will be taken after which the cause and extent of the injury will be clearer and a further announcement will be made at that time.
In addition, the England team management can confirm that Ayoola Erinle of Biarritz Olympique will also join the squad on Sunday and take part in training on Monday and Tuesday. Final decisions on the 22 man squad for the Australia game will be made and announced on Tuesday 3rd November. Rob Andrew believes that England’s injury problems cannot be used as an excuse as they prepare for a challenging Test series.
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Winter Rugby Test Matches


August 18, 2009
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Ugo Monye has vowed to prove his try-scoring instincts remain intact and help the Lions to a face-saving third Test victory against South Africa.
The England winger was dropped from the side after missing two clear-cut chances in the 26-21 first Test defeat.
“I still believe I have a good natural instinct to score tries; it is probably my biggest asset,” he said.
“I know that given opportunities, the disappointment I felt will drive me on to make sure I take them this time.”
With four tries in the warm-up matches, Monye is the joint leading try-scorer on the 2009 tour alongside Tommy Bowe.
But his pride at being selected for the first Test swiftly turned to anguish at the two tries that went begging in the tourists’ defeat in Durban.
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