The Army v Navy Rugby match is the final fixture on the Senior XV Rugby Union calendars of the Royal Navy & the Army and the last of three matches that together construct the Inter-Services Championship. The fixture returns in 2022 with both the men and women’s fixtures.
Army Rugby Union Brig James Cook OBE (CASTLE) says that everyone within the organisation is delighted to be able to announce ticket details for the 2022 Army Navy match, and hopes that the occasion will be welcoming to all rugby supporters.
Ticket information was confirmed earlier today for the April 30th clashes at Twickenham, which will see both the Men’s and Women’s teams go head-to-head with their Royal Navy counterparts as the Inter-Services Championship reaches its climax.
This year’s match will be historic for a number of reasons.
Match Kick Off Times
- The 103rd Army Men v Navy Men’s match will kick off at 14:00.
- The 18th Army Women v Navy Women’s match will kick off at 16:30.
Not only is it the first time that the Army and Navy will be locking horns since 2019, but this year’s occasion will both mark the 95th Men’s match at Twickenham, and the 1st time that the Women will have had the opportunity to play at the home of England Rugby.
Tickets are now on sale to serving and former Army personnel, who can apply for tickets via their respective Corps ticket representative.
How to watch Army vs Navy Rugby from anywhere
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