The 2014/2015 rugby season was one to remember and we got you closer to England Rugby, on and off the field, than anybody else. It's why we are different; it's why clients return to us and why we are the chosen travel company of England fans for tournaments, all over the world.
England Rugby Travel ambassador, Richard Hill, talks to us about his memories of the successful Rugby World Cup in 2003. England beat Australia in the Rugby World Cup Final in 2003, bringing the Webb Ellis Cup back to England for the first time.
Relive memories with England coaches Andy Farrell, Mike Catt and Graham Rowntree about playing away in Rome.
England Rugby Travel Ambassador Richard Hill anticipates great excitement surrounding the 2015 QBE International fixtures. Read what he has to say.....
England Rugby Travel customers had a fantastic time at the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, the jewel in the crown of the World Sevens Series.
The RBS 6 Nations Championship, Europe's top Rugby competition, is one of the highlights of the sporting season; a must for every die hard rugby fan. Packages are now available for the 2016 tournament, which once again promises colour, passion, fan involvement and great memories.
As England gets ready to welcome Rugby World Cup 2015 to home soil, Stuart Lancaster’s team will get some valuable match practice in the QBE Internationals against France and Ireland.
Congratulations to Joe Callender, from Poole in Dorset, who won our social media competition to win a pair of England v France RBS 6 Nations tickets and a one-night stay at the Cumberland Hotel in central London. The competition, run on the RFU’s Facebook and Twitter sites, received over 10,000 entries.
It was a night to remember for hundreds of England fans who enjoyed an exclusive audience with the England coaching team on the eve of the RBS 6 Nations Championship showdown in Dublin.
England Rugby Travel Ambassador Richard Hill looks back at England’s first two RBS 6 Nations Championship matches, gives us his thoughts on the upcoming match in Dublin and England’s progression through Rugby World Cup 2015.
Ever wanted to tackle, pass or train like a Rugby World Cup winner? Well, now’s your chance with an exclusive opportunity to win a coaching session for your club with England legend Neil Back! In the build up to Rugby World Cup 2015, we are offering one club the opportunity to have a training session at their club with a Rugby World Cup 2003 winner.
2015 is going to be a fantastic year for rugby in Great Britain, kicking off with the RBS 6 Nations Championship before all attention turns to Rugby World Cup 2015. With the final 6 Nations match and Rugby World Cup being on home soil, every England Rugby player will want to make it a year to remember.
Watch our video to hear why the England coaches love meeting and mingling with rugby fans that have travelled to support them and how they are really looking forward to England Rugby Travel’s exclusive Meet the Coaches event in Dublin, the night before the Ireland vs England match.
We caught up with England coaches Graham Rowntree, Andy Farrell and Mike Catt to hear what they had to say about the Wales vs England match on the opening night of the RBS 6 Nations Championship.
2015 is set to be the biggest year of rugby that Great Britain has ever seen on home soil. The world’s best international teams will go head to head in stadiums across England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales in two of the biggest tournaments in the world rugby calendar - the RBS Six Nations Championships and Rugby World Cup 2015.
Giving the gift of rugby is the ideal Christmas present for rugby fans everywhere and England Rugby Travel Ambassador, Richard Hill, has come up with his top three RBS Six Nations rugby gift ideas.
England notched up a convincing win over Australia to end the QBE Internationals series on a high and look forward now to meeting Wales in the opening match of the RBS 6 Nations in 2015.
Make every day a festive rugby treat as you count down to Christmas with the England Rugby Travel’s Advent Calendar.
England Rugby Travel Ambassador Kyran Bracken is looking forward to an emotive trip to the Millennium Stadium on the opening night of the RBS 6 Nations Championship to see Wales take on visitors England. Watch our video to hear why he thinks Cardiff’s Stadium is one of the best outside of Twickenham.
When England make the hugely anticipated trip to Dublin in the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship, fans with England Rugby Travel will have the exclusive opportunity to hear from the England coaches at a unique ‘Meet the Coaches’ event on the eve of the Ireland v England 6 Nations match at the Aviva Stadium.
Excitement is building for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship – a thrilling tournament for England fans and the chance for Stuart Lancaster’s developing team to place a marker in the Twickenham turf ahead of Rugby World Cup 2015.
Quite possibly the highlight of the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship!
A party atmosphere coupled with pride and passion – nowhere does a big match party like Dublin – and England’s visit in next year’s RBS 6 Nations Championship will be a classic. From our exclusive ‘Meet the Coaches’ event pre match, a fantastic range of hotels, city attractions and a drop of the black stuff around Temple Bar, make a weekend of it with us next season!
Samoa visit Twickenham in less than two months time for the third of four QBE Internationals and England will be looking to bolster their confidence with Rugby World Cup 2015 fast approaching. The South Sea islanders will bring passion, pride and power to Twickenham for this high profile encounter on Saturday, 22 November that will showcase just how strong Stuart Lancaster’s team are ahead of Rugby’s biggest Tournament in 2015.
If you want to be part of the biggest rugby party in the world, look no further than the 2015 Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens – it has everything: Unbeatable atmosphere, excitement, passion and intensity.
Alex and Vanessa Dunnet, regular customers with England Rugby Travel who have been bitten by the bug for trips away to watch England, are looking forward to travelling to Cardiff and Dublin for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championships.
Watch highlights from past Opening Ceremonies
Rugby World Cup 2015 coming soon!
The eyes of the world will be on Fiji as they take on hosts England at Twickenham Stadium in the opening match of RWC 2015. Fiji will be looking to kick-start the Tournament with an upset of colossal proportions in front of a sell-out crowd and a global TV audience in the hundreds of millions.
The biggest show in world Rugby is coming to England. The glittering Opening Ceremony and pre match extravaganza will be a showpiece curtain raiser before Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks off on Friday 18 September when England take on Fiji. Book your place now with the selection of ticket-inclusive packages we have on offer.
There has been phenomenal interest in our special offer price of £79 for a Day Return package to see England's game against Samoa in the QBE Internationals at Twickenham on Saturday 22 November.
Let England Rugby Travel create unforgettable memories for your Club at RWC 2015.
See behind the scenes when Craig Jones, from Shrewsbury, won the exclusive chance to interview England Rugby coach Graham Rowntree at Twickenham
Take a look behind the scenes with Phil Greening and Neil Back at England Rugby Travel's event in Dublin
Rugby World Cup 2015 promises to be the biggest Rugby event ever and will unite the country behind the England flag like never before.
England Rugby fanatic Francis Lobo will be cheering Stuart Lancaster’s Rugby World Cup chasing the team every step of the way at next year’s Tournament thanks to England Rugby Travel.
The prospect of watching England rule the world in a home Rugby World Cup was all the incentive Peter Schultheiss needed to book his place at the Game’s global gathering in 2015.
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’s RBS 6 Nations finale against Italy in 2014 was a helter-skelter end-of-season romp where finesse was sacrificed for points. Italy will relish their chance to shine when they meet Stuart Lancaster’s team at the first game at Twickenham of the 2015 Championship.
England began their title challenge in Paris last season against the fiercest of foes France and despite a disastrous start, England responded to produce an excellent performance despite the defeat.
Quite possibly the highlight of the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship!
The oldest rivalry in international rugby; England have held the edge over Scotland in recent seasons and will be looking to retain the Calcutta Cup with another comprehensive victory.
The last time Stuart Lancaster and England made the daunting trip to Cardiff in the RBS 6 Nations Championship they came away with their Grand Slam dreams in tatters.
Something special is always guaranteed when England face off against the Wallabies – the passion, the intensity, the rivalry, north versus south – and England will be fired up to repeat their victory of 2013.
Watch England take on Samoa in the third of four QBE Internationals at Twickenham. Rugby fans will be treated to the typical south sea island style of attacking rugby when the Samoans take on England in what will be a full blooded, determined contest at the home of English rugby.
Any visit of the mighty Springboks is one to savour. England against South Africa will be a huge occasion for Stuart Lancaster’s team who will be hoping to set the standard for Rugby World Cup 2015.
England Rugby Travel is delighted to announce that official supporter travel packages are available to book online now for all of England's fixtures for the 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship.