Our capital, one of the most visited cities in the world & the best Rugby experiences the UK has to offer. The home of the magnificent 2012 Olympics is the #1 starting point for a world-class tour to England.

Rugby Tours To London

London has been our most successful destination in England since 2015. The box-ticking landmarks speak for themselves, but it is the Rugby & Off-Field Experiences available in the city which puts it way out in front. 

Our old friend Tim Visser has made the move south to Harlequins from Edinburgh, so the Visser Experiences which were so popular north of the border are now available in another British capital city. 

Elsewhere, play Tour Matches at Allianz Park, Raft on the 2012 White Water Centre, BMX at the Olympic Park & catch 'Quins and Sarries in action in the Premiership.

Top 5: London

1. Coaching Clinics with Harlequins and Scotland International, Tim Visser 

2. Play your tour matches at Allianz Park 

3. Match Tickets to see Saracens or Harlequins in AVIVA Premiership action

4. Tours of Twickenham and World Rugby Museum 

5. White Water Rafting at the 2012 Olympic Facility 

A Weekend in London

Day One

Arrive at your City Centre Accommodation

After some time exploring the grand surroundings, head for a coaching clinic with Tim Visser

 Head back to your accommodation 

Day Two

Wake Up to a Full English Buffet Breakfast

Transfer to a Rugby Club in London ahead of your first game


Post Match Reception, Food & Hospitality

Transfer over to 2012 Olympic Park for some White Water Rafting 

Afterwards, head back to the accommodation and try out a local restaurant for dinner

Day Three

Full English Breakfast

Transfer to Allianz Park Stadium where you will play your tour match. Yes, thats right - on the main pitch!


Post Match Dinner in the Players Lounge 

Transfer back home 


Useful Files & Downloads

2020 England Youth Rugby Brochure

Key Information

The Rugby

  • Coaching Clinics with Scotland International, Tim Visser
  • Play your Tour Matches on the 3G Pitch at Allianz Park
  • Tours of Twickenham and World Rugby Museum 
  • Tickets to AVIVA Premiership Matches at Allianz Park or The Stoop 
  • Fixtures with some historic London Clubs 


Travelling to London by Coach is simple. Major motorways such as the A1, M3, M25 and M40 makes London very accessible to the vast majority. Travel times via coach are as follows; 

  • Manchester - 3 Hours
  • Edinburgh - 6 Hours
  • Exeter - 2 Hours
  • Leeds - 3 Hours
  • Newcastle - 4 Hours



Our new and exciting link with Virgin Trains East Coast has opened up London as a destination to many. From Newcastle, you can be in London within 3-hours. With Hotels available within walking distance, the days of traffic-jams and late-arrivals are a thing of the past.



Heathrow makes travelling to London by plane accessible to almost everyone. You can fly from Europe or even the US and still be in London in relatively no time. 


Cheap & Cheerful

You can always rely on us to put you up in some of the Cities best rated hostels. YHA, Safestay and Generator offer excellent accommodation right across the Capital. 

8th April 2017 - London Double Header


Two exciting fixtures occur on Saturday 8th April 2017

Saracens vs Harlequins at Wembley

Bath vs Leicester Tigers at Twickenham