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Join London’s most exclusive venue for rugby fans

The countdown is on for the 2015 Rugby World Cup and fans from around the world are preparing to follow their teams to London in the hope of watching them lift the coveted Webb Ellis trophy

 
 

So once your match tickets, flights and hotels are booked, it’s time to start planning what else to do when you’re in London. This year, there’s no need to look any further than HIRO House.

Located on the banks of the River Thames in the heart of London, HIRO House is an exclusive pop-up members club open over the period of the world cup tournament. All 48 match games will be shown live and hosted by Great British and international rugby legends giving live punditry and comment.

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HIRO House is the brainchild of former Wales captain Andy Moore who wanted to create a relaxed environment for all rugby fans to come together and enjoy every moment of the competition.

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The most flexible membership option is the Match Day Pass for £299, which allows access to HIRO House 10 times for you or your guests and is perfect for a group of fans who are just in town for a game or two but want to make the most of the rugby atmosphere.
Club membership starts £695 and offers a full tournament experience with over 50 events including a champagne opening and closing night party.

More information about HIRO House can be found at www.hiro.london

 
 

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