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The Twickenham Stoop is a smaller, 15000-seater stadium across the road from the main Twickenham Stadium.
The Twickenham Stoop is a smaller, 15000-seater stadium across the road from the main Twickenham Stadium. It is home to Harlequins Rugby Club, and hosts lively crowds in season.
Twickenham Stoop Stadium, Langhorn Dr, Twickenham
+44 20 8410 60
The Twickenham stadium is the home of the England national rugby team, and is used for major internationals and cup finals as it can seat upto 80000 spectators
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