Accessibility at Big Game 15

Harlequins strive to ensure that all supporters have the best possible experience at our fixtures.

Please note:

We expect attendance to be high at Big Game 15, with potential total attendance reaching 80,000 people. Please therefore note that there will very likely be crowds on the day as well as loud noises from the crowd, music acts and pre-match show which will include (flames, fireworks, pyros, flashing lights).

For those with sound sensitivity, sensory processing needs and young children, we would recommend bringing your own ear defenders to the event. 

For Big Game 15, the following accessible resources will be available at Twickenham Stadium:

RFU Accessibility:

Please click on the following link to be directed to the RFU Accessibility FAQs: Stadium Accessibility – Rugby Football Union (englandrugby.com)

Sensory Room:

For the first time at Twickenham Stadium and at a Big Game event, there will be two dedicated Sensory Rooms. 

Please note that Sensory Rooms are designated spaces to help people, regardless of age, who have sensory processing needs. Its purpose is a to provide a safe and calming environment for those with neurodivergent needs who may be finding the match atmosphere overwhelming.

Please register your interest for use of the Sensory Rooms here

A member of the team will be in touch closer to the event to confirm logistics for Sensory Room usage. The room will be available on a come-and-go/first-come, first-serve basis due to maximum occupancy limits, with a recommended stay of 30 minutes to ensure availability to other supporters who may benefit from the room.

Matchday map: Click here

Getting to Twickenham Stadium: Click here

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