Red Roses v Ireland tickets

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(W) England v Ireland at Twickenham

🏉 Twickenham Stadium is the place to be as England take on Ireland in the 2024 TikTok Women’s Six Nations!  See below for the latest ticket information.

The Red Roses return to the Home of England Rugby in the Women’s Six Nations after their memorable match against France last year which attracted a world-record crowd of over 58,000.  A win today for England is a must if they are to repeat their Grand Slam achievements of 2023.  Who will be victorious in today’s Round 4 clash?  Red Roses v Ireland tickets are on sale now to find out!

The match against Ireland marks the second standalone Red Roses fixture at the home of England Rugby following last year’s showdown with France.  On that occasion the French were seen off by a 38-33 scoreline at full-time.  The Red Roses proving irresistible in the first forty minutes.  Abby Dow opened the scoring with a superb try and the hosts built up a 33-0 lead by half-time.  Les Bleues fought back admirably in the second-half with four tries, but to no avail.  Sadia Kabeya was named player of the match in a winning finale which marked Simon Middleton’s last game as England head coach.

Following their Grand Slam triumph, England went on to avenge their 2022 Rugby World Cup final defeat to New Zealand.  A 33-12 win against the Black Ferns at Mount Smart Stadium in Aukland in November 2023 (to clinch the inaugural WXV1 title) came almost a year to the day after the World Cup final defeat at Eden Park.


Now the road to the 2025 Rugby World Cup (which will take place on home soil at venues across England) continues with the 2024 Women’s Six Nations and the England side will have their sights set on maintaining their ranking as the number one side in the world.

England open their Six Nations campaign in March with a trip to Italy, ahead of matches against Wales and Scotland.  And then all eyes will be on Twickenham for this afternoon’s Round 4 collision between two nations with a fierce rugby rivalry.  The Red Roses vs Ireland also features a half-time show from Sophie Ellis-Bextor.  Get your tickets now 👇 to watch the action live!  Because there’s #nothinglikebeingthere

Red Roses v Ireland tickets


🎟️ Red Roses v Ireland tickets are on sale via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.

⏲️ Kick-off is at 2.15pm 

🚊🚗 Travel tips.  Public transport is recommended.  Three overground train stations (Twickenham, Whitton and St Margaret’s) are all only a 10-minute walk from the stadium.  See this ‘Getting to Twickenham Stadium’ guide for all the travel options.

🏉 Red Roses team to face Ireland:

15 Ellie Kildunne (Harlequins, 41 caps)
14 Abby Dow (Trailfinders Women, 43 caps)
13 Megan Jones (Leicester Tigers, 19 caps)
12 Tatyana Heard (Gloucester-Hartpury, 20 caps)
11 Jess Breach (Saracens, 36 caps)
10 Holly Aitchison (Bristol Bears, 28 caps)
9 Natasha Hunt (Gloucester-Hartpury, 70 caps)
1 Hannah Botterman (Bristol Bears, 45 caps)
2 Lark Atkin-Davies (Bristol Bears, 56 caps)
3 Maud Muir (Gloucester-Hartpury, 28 caps)
4 Zoe Aldcroft (Gloucester-Hartpury, 51 caps)
5 Rosie Galligan (Saracens, 16 caps)
6 Sadia Kabeya (Loughborough Lightning, 16 caps)
7 Marlie Packer (Saracens, 102 caps) – captain
8 Alex Matthews (Gloucester-Hartpury, 65 caps)


16 Connie Powell (Harlequins, 17 caps)
17 Mackenzie Carson (Gloucester-Hartpury, 13 caps)
18 Kelsey Clifford (Saracens, 6 caps)
19 Morwenna Talling (Sale Sharks, 11 caps)
20 Maddie Feaunati (Exeter Chiefs, 3 caps)
21 Lucy Packer (Harlequins, 19 caps)
22 Emily Scarratt (Loughborough Lightning, 109 caps)
23 Sydney Gregson (Saracens, 5 caps)

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