Proud supporters of England Rugby
British Airways is the Official Airline Partner to the England Rugby Men’s team and the Women’s Red Roses.
Guinness Men's Six Nations 2024
Following England’s hard-fought campaign in France, the team are looking forward to keeping momentum going into the Guinness Men's Six Nations in February. England kick off their campaign on 3 February 2024 and will be playing two great matches at Twickenham Stadium against two home nations. Make sure you’re there.
|3 February 2024 – Italy vs England
|10 February 2024 – England vs Wales
|24 February 2024 – Scotland vs England
|9 March 2024 – England vs Ireland
|16 March 2024 – France vs England
|Stade de France
Guinness Women's Six Nations 2024
England will return to Twickenham in the 2024 Six Nations following last year's record breaking 58,498 attendance, when the Red Roses played at Twickenham to secure the Championship win. The Red Roses are seeking their sixth successive Championship title following on from their success over in New Zealand. Get your tickets for a chance to see the Red Roses take on Ireland.
|24 March 2024 – Italy vs England
|30 March 2024 – England vs Wales
|Ashton Gate, Bristol
|13 April 2024 – Scotland vs England
|20 April 2024 – England vs Ireland
|Twickenham Stadium, London
|27 April 2024 – France vs England
Watch as our colleagues stand side by side with the England women's and men's team in their pre-match rituals.
Executive Club Benefits
As Official Airline Partner to England Rugby, we're pleased to offer some great benefits for our British Airways Executive Club Members.
Earn 5 Avios per £1 spent on food and beverage at select outlets across Twickenham Stadium on match day by linking your credit/debit card to your Executive Club Account.
*Select excludes pop up food and beverage vendors, the RFU museum and corporate hospitality.
Travel tips from England Rugby players
It has to be a neck pillow, as protecting (my neck) for the position I play is important. I also always take an extension lead as you can never have enough plug.
Kyle Sinkler, prop
Planning your trip
Before any trip, I’ll definitely try and get as much research as I can beforehand. Make sure you know the places to go, best places to eat, and have a rough guide of what you want to do and how you want to do it. Besides that, it helps to go with someone who knows the area too.
Maro Itoje, lock
If we’re travelling and want to keep our diets on track, we try to plan as much as possible, but this is usually taken into consideration when we’re away. When I’m on holiday with my family, I try to switch off a bit and give myself a break.
Owen Farrell, fly half and centre
Noise cancelling headphones are a must have on a plane, and a smoothie is always good towards the end of a flight.
Alex Matthews, Flanker
Look after your skin
On a longhaul flight, I usually take a face mask as the air dries out your skin. Just remember to take if off before landing!
Vicky Fleetwood, Flanker
Catch some Z’s
Try to get a window seat and get a good book out. Go for an especially boring one if you want to get to sleep quickly.
Abby Dow, Winger
Rugby's great nations
Founded in 1926, The Cherry Blossoms emerged as a top tier team in the last 8-10 years. After a successful campaign in their 2019 home World Cup, the whole beautiful country will still be buzzing.
A true rugby powerhouse with over 10 million fans, The Springboks left the last World Cup as worthy winners. They don’t have a home ground so play across the country. Want to see where?
An illustrious rugby history includes 125 years in the home Nations (now Six Nations) championships. It all started at Dublin University, the love of sport and culture still remains.
The men’s team have competed in every World Cup since 1987 while the women went all the way to the 2014 final. Impressive, but there’s still room to grow and conquer more.
A mix of gallic flair and glorious failure keeps us fans captivated. Thought to have been introduced by wine merchants in 1872, you could say French rugby is soaked in history.
The Wallabies have won the World Cup twice, no mean feat for a sport with only 40,000 participants from a population of 24 million. It just shows there’s plenty of wonder down under.