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RFU considering change at Twickenham after complaints about fans

The Rugby Football Union is to monitor a plan by their Welsh counterparts for a no-alcohol zone at the Principality Stadium, with a view to taking similar steps at Twickenham in the future.

The Welsh Rugby Union responded to concerns about excessive drinking and anti-social behaviour on Cardiff match-days.


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At Twickenham, there have been increasing complaints about fans moving to and from bars during England games and the Mail Online has reported that the RFU may introduce a no-booze section of their own.

‘It is an interesting idea and we wouldn’t rule it out,’ said a spokesman.

‘We will look at anything that improves customer experience if it can be delivered in a practical way.’

The WRU intend to implement their plan by next autumn.

2 Responses

  1. Liam

    I agree Bill the constant stream of people going to and from the bar is ridiculous . A no alcohol zone would be a shame for those of us who don’t feel the need to act like a Twat!

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