The Welsh Rugby Union are delighted to announce that national rugby legend Scott Quinnell will entertain fans at their Ultimate Bootroom Experience on Friday, 13 February, as the nation prepares to take on England at the Millennium Stadium the following day.
The news is a huge incentive for all fans looking to get hold of a ticket to one of the most illustrious clashes in the rugby calendar and experience that little bit extra on the eve of the game.
The Bootroom invites fans to share a glass of champagne under the posts while the groundsmen make the final preparations to the hallowed turf and includes a three course meal and complimentary bar in the company of squad players, team management and guest speaker British and Irish Lions and Wales legend Quinnell.
Fans can experience all this for £259 per person plus VAT, which includes a ticket for the game in the middle tier location along the half way line together with the official match programme.
The former Wales captain said: "The Bootroom Experience has always been a great success with rugby supporters and I'm pleased to be invited as guest speaker ahead of the clash with England at the Millennium Stadium this year."
WRU head of marketing Gwyn Dolphin said: "This new and exclusive experience is a great opportunity for fans looking for a little more on the weekend of the game and we believe that it's an affordable option for Welsh rugby supporters."
Tickets for the ultimate rugby experience at the Millennium Stadium are limited. For further information please contact 02920 822 409/410/413 or visit www.millenniumstadium.com
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