The Varsity Match has a rich heritage of schools attendance, with school children from across the country heading to Twickenham for a fun day of sport at the home of England Rugby.
Enjoy a full day of activities for schools at one of the only chances to watch a match at the famous Twickenham Stadium this autumn on Thursday 12 December!
Book via email / post
Completed forms should be uploaded by visiting www.englandrugby.com/tickethelp and clicking “Submit A Request”
Telephone bookings can be made on 0208 831 6666 (option 6) – lines are open Mon-Fri 10am-4pm
Book via telephone
Book with the RFU Ticket Office:
0871 222 2017, option 6.
“As a school we have been attending for several years now and hope to continue giving our students such a wonderful experience of this majestic match for years to come” – Martyn Bagwell (Head of PE at St Osmunds Middle School)
“We absolutely loved visiting Twickenham Stadium to watch our first ever live game at The Varsity Match. It was an absolute privilege for us all.” – Shapna Bibi (Ripple School)
“My students loved the whole event and now so many students have asked if they can come back next year!” – Lisa Clifford (Vice Principal at Harris Academy)
Women’s Match KO 11.30am | Men’s Match KO 3.00pm.
Free rugby fan zone activities
Visit the on-site World Rugby Museum (additional charges apply)
Win the chance to perform a Haka in the stadium
Win a chance to have an England Rugby coaching sessions
Get insight into life at Oxford and Cambridge universities
Learn about plastic pollution and impact on marine mammals with Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Back for 2019 in partnership with Rhino. Book a trip for 20 or more pupils to The Varsity Match and be entered into a prize draw to win one of four coaching clinics with the England Coaching Team.
Interactive presentation/workshop on Plastics in the Ocean linked to the National Curriculum, explaining how plastics end up in our oceans, how they affect whales and dolphins and, ultimately, all of us.
Take on WDC’s Varsity Match Plastics Challenge and win a prize for your school.
Oxford and Cambridge will be jointly hosting an information event, aimed at providing an aspirational insight into life at the two Universities. The day includes a presentation led by Schools Liaison Officers from the Universities and the opportunity to meet current undergraduates across a range of subjects. Students will also get the chance to watch both the women’s and men’s Varsity Matches. Applicable schools will be contacted by The Varsity Match to register their interest in attending the event.