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Centenary Wall

The centenary wall

Photo: RFU Archive

The Centenary Wall, an extension to the England Rugby Walk of Legends, was launched to celebrate the Centenary of Twickenham Stadium.

It is now completed and can be located at the stadium’s Rugby Road entrance adjacent to the North East stand. It is situated by Gate D near the north car park. We do not have a stone locator for these stones.

Walk of Legends

Former England captain and Rugby World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio with his stone on the Walk of Legends

Photo: RFU Archive

The Walk of Legends is a special walkway at Twickenham, celebrating the pride of England rugby fans and some of the greatest England players in history.

Running from the new South Stand and past the striking Lion Gate, the public walkway is divided into quadrants with a famous England player as the centre stone.

These are then surrounded by stones purchased by England fans.

Rugby World Cup winning captain Martin Johnson heads the list of 46 England legends, which range from David Duckham and Mickey Skinner to more recent heroes like Lawrence Dallaglio, Jason Robinson and Jonny Wilkinson.

If you have purchased a stone and want to see where it is laid, please use the Find Your Stone section on the site.

 

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