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The Aviva Premiership Rugby Final

The Aviva Premiership Rugby Final – 27 May 2017 at Twickenham

Click here to book your place at the most prestigious and eagerly-anticipated game in the domestic rugby calendar.   After an epic season, the 12 best teams in England are reduced to just two finalists who will battle it out for the right to be called Aviva Premiership Rugby Champions 2017 on 27 May.  Twickenham Stadium, the Home of England Rugby, will play host to a sensational day of glorious, high-class rugby and, of course, celebration.

 

Greatest Final XV

In 2017, we will celebrate the 15th year that the Premiership Rugby Final has decided the champions of England at Twickenham Stadium and to commemorate this important milestone we have compiled the Greatest Final XV below.

Thanks to David Flatman, Nick Mullins, Alastair Eykyn, Andrew Baldock, Tom Hamilton & Alan Pearey for choosing their top XV from some of the biggest names in the world game.

 

 

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 08: The Aviva Premiership Trophy is pictured during the Aviva Premiership Season Launch at Twickenham Stoop on October 8, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images for Aviva)

 

  1. Marcos Ayerza
  2. Schalk Brits
  3. Petrus Du Plessis
  4. Simon Shaw
  5. Ben Kay
  6. Martin Corry
  7. Jacques Burger
  8. Lawrence Dallaglio
  9. Richard Wigglesworth
  10. Charlie Hodgson
  11. Alesana Tuilagi
  12. Brad Barritt
  13. Fraser Waters
  14. Mark Cueto
  15. Geordan Murphy

To find out more about how the Final XV was selected please click here.

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