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Land Rover at the final


After an exhilarating season, Land Rover, the Official Vehicle of Premiership Rugby, is ready to celebrate the climax of the domestic league at the home of English rugby on Saturday 28 May.

With Saracens looking to complete the double after their recent European triumph and Exeter Chiefs finding themselves in their first ever Aviva Premiership Rugby Final, the fixture promises to provide some scintillating entertainment for all fans heading to Twickenham.

To celebrate this special occasion, Land Rover will be located in the West Car Park outside Twickenham Stadium offering both Land Rover owners and the general public a unique match day experience.

Any Land Rover customers who are attending the final will have the opportunity to enjoy a complimentary burger and non-alcoholic drink in the Land Rover Owner’s Hospitality area, which will be open from 11.30am – 3pm. Rugby World Cup winners and Land Rover ambassadors Lewis Moody and Martin Johnson will be on hand throughout the day to soak up the pre-match atmosphere and chat with owners ahead of kick-off. There will also be an opportunity for customers to have their photograph taken with the Aviva Premiership Rugby Trophy between 1.10pm and 1.30pm before it heads pitch side for the final.

Members of the public will be able to explore the capabilities of the current vehicle offering as the Land Rover Experience team will be onsite with the Twin Terrapod which will also be situated in the West Car Park.

Land Rover is also proud to invite all winners from this season’s Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup festivals to the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final whilst providing them with the unique opportunity to have their team photograph taken on the pitch and meet two rugby legends.

Keep up to date with Land Rover’s rugby activity on the day by following @LandRoverRugby #WeDealInReal

If you want to be at the world’s biggest club rugby final, this year’s Aviva Premiership Rugby Final on Saturday 28 May at Twickenham, tickets are available from

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