2020 Quilter Internationals England v Australia
Engage are proud and excited to be able to offer official RFU hospitality for this epic final match of the Quilter Internationals at the Home of England Rugby.
The visit of the Wallabies is always a special occasion at Twickenham Stadium and there is extra spice this time round as this is a rerun of the 2019 Rugby World Cup Quarter Final when England ran out resounding winners with a 40-16 victory.28th Nov 2020 Twickenham Stadium £849 + VATLimited Availability
2020 ODI Cricket Series, England Vs Australia, Lords
After a hectic 2019 summer with both the Cricket World Cup and and the Ashes on UK you could be excused in thinking that a brief respite would be in order.
But they are back for the newest chapter.
Australia return for a three match ODI series against the reigning World Champions England. An incredible opportunity to watch two of the most exciting teams in World Cricket renew their rivalry. The coveted ICON Club provides the perfect platform to entertain key clients within the historic setting of the “home of cricket”
Once welcomed, you will be treated to a Champagne reception, Lunch, VIP match seating, Open bar and afternoon tea. Soak up the heritage within the most iconic setting in cricket.11th Jul 2020 Lord's Cricket HospitalityLimited Availability
2020 England v Australia ODI, Ageas Bowl
England v Australia at The home of Hampshire Cricket in the 2nd ODI of the series.
Formally known as the Ageas Bowl the venue is one of the more picturesque International grounds. Home to Hampshire CCC the ground shaped like an amphitheatre is a splendid location to watch Cricket and entertain clients alike.
England have played eighteen ODI’s here since 2004 and have won eleven losing only seven. Australia’s record at the Rose bowl is however even more impressive winning four of their five matches.
The last time these two teams met in Southampton was back in 2013 where Australia won by 43 runs. Australia batted first amassing 298, Shane Watson was the major contributor with a mammoth 143.
England in reply got off to a slow start losing Kevin Pietersen for 0. It was a middle order of Bopara, Buttler and Stokes which nearly got England over the line but ultimately fell short.14th Jul 2020 The Ageas BowlLimited Availability
2020 Vitality IT20, England v Australia, Headingley
Yorkshire CCC plays host to the final game in this exciting T20 series, bragging rights will be decided once again in this hotly contested rivalry.
England led by the ice cool Eoin Morgan will be looking to further stamp their authority over the shorter formats but it only takes a moment of individual brilliance to swing the tide and with the firepower at Aaron Finch’s disposal Australia will love to secure a series win in England.
The heat on all T20 fixtures is turned up next year due to the looming World Cup in Australia throughout November 2020.
A ground that offers something for both bowlers and batsmen, this is an IT20 not to be missed. Register your interest now with Engage!7th Jul 2020 HeadingleyLimited Availability
2020 Vitality IT20 England v Australia, Emirates Old Trafford
Being back at Old Trafford will be emotive for both teams as this was where Australia retained the Ashes in 2019. Ben Stokes pulled off a miracle in the previous Test at Headingley to keep the series alive, but it was the return of Steve Smith scoring 293 runs who ultimately secured the Urn for the Aussies.
England’s T20 team has had mixed fortunes at old Trafford losing their last two fixtures against India and Pakistan. You would need to go back to 2015 to find England’s last T20 win beating New Zealand by 53 runs.
England will be hoping to set the record straight at Old Trafford and continue in a similar white ball vein of dominance over Australia in the white ball format.5th Jul 2020 Emirates Old Trafford HospitalityLimited Availability
2020 England v Pakistan, Emirates Old Trafford
2020 England v Pakistan
Located in the South of the City the Old Trafford Cricket Ground is one of the most distinguished International venues. Home to Lancashire CCC and some of the most exciting players in the World.
England and Pakistan last met at Old Trafford back in 2016 where England won a comfortable Test by 330 runs. A faultless 254 from Joe Root helped England to a huge first innings total of 589/8 declared. In response Pakistan managed 198 all out. England didn’t enforce the follow on and a 71 not out from Joe Root left Pakistan requiring a world record 565 for victory.
For a Pakistan victory you would need to read the history books as far back as 2001 for a team led by the legendary Waqar Younis.
In 2020 will this Test be business as usual for England or will a resurgent Pakistan under new management upset the party?7th Aug – 11th Aug 2020 Emirates Old Trafford HospitalityLimited Availability