England’s Twickenham clash with New Zealand faces booze ban as RFU aims to make national stadium family-friendly

RFU blazers might slap on a booze ban to make Twickenham family-friendly when England play the All Blacks in November.

At present, guidelines say punters can take “up to 4 alcoholic drinks bought within the stadium to their seats.”

 Twickenham is set for a radical change against the All Blacks with a booze ban

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Twickenham is about for a radical change towards the All Blacks with a booze ban

However drinkers are inflicting issues by heading to the bar to refuel throughout video games, bothering followers who need to watch the motion.

And the RFU need to make probably the most of providing low cost tickets to Underneath-16s for Eddie Jones’ autumn Checks towards South Africa on November three after which New Zealand, Japan and Australia on  successive weekends.

Chief government Steve Brown stated: “If we’d like to phase a few of the stadium so it’s a extra family-friendly place, we might.

“We now have the suggestions now that tells us we’d like to give it some thought critically.”

 It could be last orders for England fans as the RFU plans a Twickenham shake-up

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It could possibly be final orders for England followers as the RFU plans a Twickenham shake-up
 Eddie Jones will take England to South Africa before tackling New Zealand

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Eddie Jones will take England to South Africa earlier than tackling New Zealand

Every Twickers Check pumps about £10million into RFU coffers.

However their bean-counters  are ready to take successful by making some elements of the bottom booze-free.

Brown added: “I get a whole lot of suggestions from Twickenham regulars I meet or the surveys we do after video games.

“We  have to determine whether or not we’re going to be fairly robust about it — taking a look at bar  opening occasions and  messaging about consuming and behavior.”

 Chief executive Steve Brown says the RFU is keen to make Twickenham a better place for family audiences

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Chief government Steve Brown says the RFU is eager to make Twickenham a greater place for household audiences

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RFU blazers might slap on a booze ban to make Twickenham family-friendly when England play the All Blacks in November.