Prince Harry to attend England Rugby Team Open Training Session
Twickenham Stadium, London
Friday 16th February, 2018
In his role as Patron of the Rugby Football Union (RFU), Prince Harry will attend the England rugby team open training session at Twickenham Stadium on Friday 16th February.
The training day is an opportunity for England Rugby to thank the rugby community for their continued support. The event at Twickenham Stadium will see around 10,000 supporters from clubs and schools filling the stands to watch the England senior squad in a training session. This will include young people who have benefited from Try for Change, an England Rugby programme which uses the power of rugby as a force for good to improve the lives of disadvantaged people in England and across the world.
Prince Harry will join these young people to learn more about the rugby projects they have
benefited from, thanks to funding from Try for Change. Prince Harry will then take his seat in the stands alongside the young people to watch the England team prepare for their next Natwest 6 Nations match. While the training session is taking place, Prince Harry will chat to the young people to hear about how rugby has helped to turn their lives around.
Prince Harry will then make his way on to the pitch to meet players from the England team as they finish their training session. Finally, the Try for Change team will be taken onto the pitch for a masterclass with some England players.
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