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Guinness Six Nations 2025 - Wales v England

by The Green Room

Regular price£1,794.00 Sale price
VAT included.

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Principality Stadium
Saturday 15th March 2025

Please note a minimum of 2 packages must be purchased. You are currently viewing one seat at a table of 10. For a private table, please select 10 places.

This Green Room experience will be hosted in the The Marriott Hotel, located next to the Principality Stadium.

Always providing one of the Six Nations’ most fiercely contested battles, the England v Wales Six Nations International is a must-see event for fans of both sides. 

The history of Six Nations clashes between these two fanatical Rugby nations could hardly be more evenly split. However the result falls, we are guaranteed to be in for a gruelling game and a display of some incredible sporting action.

Compered by Mark Durden-Smith, The Green Room is hosted by some of Rugby’s biggest names. With a roster comprising Lawrence Dallaglio OBE, Mike Tindall MBE, Sir Clive Woodward OBE, Will Greenwood MBE, Austin Healey and David Flatman, it is hard to imagine a more qualified panel to guide you through the game ahead and examine the recent form of the opposing sides.

Being one of sports most sought-after locations, The Green Room will also play host to a number of famous faces from the world of entertainment. With recent guests including Jack Whitehall, Charlie Cox, Zara Tindall MBE, Katherine Jenkins OBE and many, many more, you are sure to be in great company.

Images are representative of the experience you will enjoy – talent and timings are subject to change.

What's included

Officially allocated match tickets

An audience with The Green Room rugby ambassadors

Compered by Mark Durden-Smith

Opportunities to interact with our ambassadors and celebrity guests

Complimentary bar (excl. Champagne)

Drinks reception

Four course gourmet lunch with fine wines

Post match savoury selection

Souvenir match programme