The Old Mutual Wealth Cup – A Match of Titans

It’s been almost four months since the epic Six Nations Championships this year and there seems to be no better time for one of the fiercest rivalries in international rugby to battle it out once again.

On Sunday 29 May, Twickenham will host the Old Mutual Wealth Cup – a not-so-friendly ‘friendly’ between England and Wales before their Antipodean tours begin. For the players, this is the last chance to impress their respective coaches and guarantee a place on the field.

Scrummage during the RBS Six Nations match between England and Wales at Twickenham Stadium on March 12, 2016 in London, England.

Without the Old Mutual Wealth Cup, players would have headed to the Southern Hemisphere without having had played any international rugby for a month. Now they have a chance for valuable game time in a blow out ahead of the three-Test tours.

It is also a chance for rugby fans to watch a Titanic battle between two of the best teams in Europe. But how close will the match be?

OMW infographic

With the two teams so evenly matched, the game promises to be an unforgettable one. And we can’t wait!


The Old Mutual Wealth Cup hospitality experiences are now all sold out. Do take a look at our website for our full range of hospitality experiences at Twickenham.


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