In times of celebration or commemoration, rugby matches involving combined teams, such as England & Wales and Scotland & Ireland, have taken place to mark the occasion.
The World Rugby Museum shows a selection of short films in the John Douglas Room, with topics including the history of rugby, the development of the Rugby World Cup and rugby during the First World War.
The World Rugby Museum has reopened its doors to visitors in the South Stand of Twickenham Stadium after a year long relocation project.
Twickenham Stadium is the largest stadium in the world, purely devoted to rugby.
The tour takes you behind the scenes to visit the some of the most exciting and select areas of the Stadium.
Test your kicking, speed, agility, power, strength and endurance in the World Rugby Museum’s Play Rugby interactive zone to find out ‘What Kind of Rugby Player Are You?’
See how from humble beginnings as a market garden, Twickenham has evolved over the last 109 years into an award-winning, world class sports stadium.
February 2018 will see the World Rugby Museum reopen its doors to visitors in the South Stand of Twickenham Stadium after a year long relocation project.