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Travel to Twickenham with Sports Travel Southwest this Saturday for epic showdown between Exeter and Wasps in Aviva Premiership Final

The Aviva Premiership Final, one of the rugby calendar’s biggest dates, is happening this Saturday (28th May) at Twickenham and it is not to be missed.


TWICKENHAM LONDON - NOVEMBER 13: Toby Flood Kicking for goal at England vs Australia Investec Rugby Match on November 13, 2010 in Twickenham, England.

Now based in Coventry, Wasps are taking on Exeter Chiefs in a bid to win the trophy they last held in 2008, whilst the latter will be looking to make history for their club and enjoy their first ever win of the title. The match will take place at 2:30pm on Saturday. In light of the recent attacks in Manchester, there will be increased security for the event.


The match is set to be revenge-fuelled for Wasps, who suffered a knock-out of last season’s semi-final at the hands of Exeter at Sandy Park. Both sides have dominated the the season with their propensity for attacking play, which should make it a match to remember.


STSW can cater for both small and large groups – whether you’re looking to take a party of youngsters or you want to organise a last-minute trip for your club, we can plan your trip quickly and efficiently making it a hassle-free weekend for you and your party. Leave every last detail of your trip to us, including accommodation, travel and match tickets and if you have particular requirements, please do let us know. We know every group is different and aim to make tours as bespoke as possible.


Things to do in and around Twickenham…

Twickenham is one of London’s most attractive suburbs, boasting the beautiful Kew Gardens as well as many characterful bars and restaurants. Stand-up paddle-boarding on the River Thames has also become an extremely popular summer activity in the area – ideal for kids and adults alike!


See Exeter and Wasps play in their home cities

STSW offer tours to towns and cities all around the country including Exeter and Coventry which are both steeped in history and offer great attractions and places of interest to visit when you’re not watching a match. Why not go and see them play during the season next year?


You can also watch the match on BT Sport 1 from 1:30pm.


If you would like more information about our UK tour destinations, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

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