An Evening of Rugby with Sir Clive Woodward OBE
World Rugby Hall of Fame welcomes England's World Cup-winning coach
We're delighted to announce An Evening of Rugby with Sir Clive Woodward OBE.
Sir Clive, the mastermind behind England's Rugby World Cup triumph in 2003, comes to the World Rugby Hall of Fame on Thursday 14 March.
The exclusive event, to be held in Rugby Library below the Hall of Fame, includes an interview with the former England international and coach, followed by a question and answer, and a signing session.
Woodward won 21 caps at centre for England and coached the national team for seven years, plotting the path to World Cup glory when Jonny Wilkinson's drop goal gave England a dramatic, last minute win over Australia in the final.
Inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame in 2011, Woodward now works as a television pundit, journalist, business coach and mentor, sharing his wealth of knowledge gained through a life in rugby.
Tickets for An Evening of Rugby with Sir Clive Woodward OBE cost £40 and include canapés and a free drink on arrival. Arrival is from 6.30pm with the talk commencing at 7.30pm.
Proceeds will go to the continuing World Rugby Hall of Fame education programme, bringing a range of rugby youth, management and player speakers to the venue.
World Rugby Hall of Fame Annual Entry Pass holders will be able to buy tickets for the event from 10am on Friday (18 January) and receive a 15 per cent discount (offer limited to a pair of tickets per pass).
Tickets then go on general sale to the public from 10am on Monday (21 January).
Book Tickets Here Annual Pass holders must log in first and then select the 'An Evening of Rugby' button.