Key facts

Address Twickenham, London, United Kingdom
Capacity 14,800 seats
Build Date 1963
Nickname The Stoop


On the east and west side of the pitch two main stands run the length of the touchline. Inside these is a shop, bar, members bar and player changing rooms. at the north end of the pitch is another covered seated stand although some seats have thier views obstructed by two roof supports. On the south end there is a temporary uncovered stand. Plans have been produced for a new stand here to take the capacity up to over 14.000. While the NEC harlequins are playing all stands are open. On a Harlequins RL day the south stand is closed and the north stand is mainly for away fans.


There are pubs in nearby Whitton Rd.

Away fans

For rugby union all supporters sit together. For rugby league although all sit together most away fans congregate around the north stand.


Food and drink is available around the stadium. The kings bar is the longest bar in london and is located in the east stand. At the north west corner there are doughnut/Burger vans outside the shop.

Program and fanzine prices


Admission prices

Quins RL: Gold: £31 Premier: £26 Club: £20 Club Concession: £12 Club Junior: £8 Club Family: £42 North: £16 North Concession: £10 North Junior: £5 Touch/ Tryline/ Jester/ Joker: £12 Touch/ Tryline/ Jester/ Joker Concession: £8 Touch/ Tryline/ Jester/ Joker Junior: £5.

How to get to

By Car. FROM LONDON Take the A316 from Richmond. Cross the ‘Currie Motors’ roundabout and the main entrance (Langhorn drive) is 430 yards further on the left, just pass the foot bridge. FROM THE M3 & THE WEST From the M3 (junction 12 off the M25) continue until you reach the ‘Curri Motors’ roundabout on the A316. Double back on yourself then follow directions above.

By Train. To Twickenham station (B.R. mainline), turn right out of the station and left at the mini-roundabout. Take the first left (Court Way) and continue to the end of the road and right into Craneford Way, the ground is at the end on the right.

By Tube. There are no underground stations in Twickenham, the nearest is in Richmond-Upon-Thames.