South Africa News StoryWednesday 18 November 2020
South Africa has been at the centre of some remarkable Twickenham occasions over the years and will be aiming to put down a real marker ahead of Rugby World Cup 2015.
Book your place now for this QBE International fixture from just £184 for a day return package that gives fans the chance to enjoy an unforgettable day out at Twickenham with a guaranteed official match ticket and return coach travel. Alternatively, extend your stay to a one or two night weekend break in the capital which, alongside the wonderful experience of a sell-out Twickenham atmosphere, helps create the ideal short city break weekend.
No other team in the world combines such power and skill, this game is always a bruising, physical encounter and the Boks will provide one of the sternest tests of Stuart Lancaster’s reign. There is no doubt England and South Africa have history which means the Boks’ visit to Twickenham in 2014 will be one of the most anticipated matches of the season.
For power, for sheer intensity, for ultra physicality, nobody does it bigger or better than South Africa. Throughout their history they have redefined the way the Game is played. Schooled in the rigours and arts of forward dominance, South Africa has always had a love affair with the more physical nature of the Game and they will be major contenders for the world crown again on English soil in 2015.
One thing is for sure: South Africa are always worth watching and with ticket-inclusive travel packages and weekend breaks available, there has never been a better chance to see one of the world’s great teams in action.