Witness England in action in the 2015 QBE Internationals as they get ready to welcome Rugby World Cup to home soil. During August and September England will face France and Ireland at Twickenham Stadium and travel away to play France at the Stade de France in Paris.
These three Test matches will be vital for England’s preparations for Rugby World Cup 2015. England fans will relish the chance to see two QBE Internationals at Twickenham Stadium, in front of a passionate crowd cheering them on.
The opening match of the series against France, on Saturday August 15, is one not to be missed! Having met in the final match of the RBS 6 Nations Championship, France will be returning to Twickenham Stadium to test England’s strength. England Rugby Travel’s ticket-inclusive travel packages and weekend breaks will bring this epic battle to life, providing fans the opportunity to see these European adversaries in action at Twickenham.
Rugby fans can enjoy a weekend break in the French capital when England take on France on Saturday August 22. Guarantee your place to watch England get some top quality playing time before Rugby World Cup 2015 against one of their toughest 6 Nations rivals.
The opening match of the series against France is one not to be missed. France will be returning to the Twickenham Stadium to test England’s strength in a match that will be ideal preparation for Rugby World Cup 2015.
The final match of the QBE International series between England and Ireland will be a crucial preamble in the build up to Rugby World Cup 2015. Choose from our selection of day returns or one or two night weekend breaks.
1. How are the QBE Internationals different from the Autumn Internationals?
They aren't. The Autumn Internationals are also referred to as the QBE Internationals, or the End of Year Rugby Union Tests. In autumn 2015, the tournament will return to England. We have tickets available for most fixtures.
2. What are the QBE/Autumn Internationals?
The tournament traditionally takes place at the end of the year in November. Teams from the Six Nations play against competitors in the Rugby Championship second-tier teams. The tournament is run by QBE Insurance Group, a major company operating all over the world.
3. Who plays in the tournament?
Teams from the Six Nations play against competitors in The Rugby Championship. These are traditionally teams from North America and the Pacific. However, Barbarians also traditionally take part in the 'Final Challenge' which takes place at Twickenham Rugby Stadium.