RugbyPass brings its Lions Fanzone Live on the road

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RugbyPass brings its Fanzone Live on the road with a special Lions edition ahead of the test series vs South Africa. All ticket proceeds go to Restart – the official Charity of the Rugby Players Association (RPA)

Ahead of the test series vs South Africa, global digital rugby publisher RugbyPass, in association with The Famous Grouse, will be hosting three Lions Fanzone Live events across England.

The event schedule is as follows:

22 July: London Welsh RFC

29 July: Harpenden RFC

5 August: Farnham RUFC

Event attendees will be joined by ex-Lions Adam Jones, Shane Williams, Jamie Roberts and Stephen Ferris, along with Jim Hamilton and Andy Goode as they bring the inside track on what’s happening inside the Lions’ camp, where the test matches will be won and lost, and the ones to watch. Filmed in front of a live audience at London Welsh, Harpenden and Farnham rugby clubs, the shows will be broadcast on the RugbyPass YouTube and Facebook channels on the following days/times:

RUGBYPASS LIONS FANZONE LIVE I (ahead of the First Test): Thursday, 22 July 7.00-8.30pm (BST) (Jim Hamilton/Andy Goode/Stephen Ferris/Jamie Roberts)

RUGBYPASS LIONS FANZONE LIVE II (ahead of the Second Test): Thursday, 29 July 7.00-8.30pm (BST) (Jim Hamilton/Andy Goode/Stephen Ferris/Shane Williams)

RUGBYPASS LIONS FANZONE LIVE III (ahead of the Third Test): Thursday, 5 August 7.00-8.30pm (BST) (Jim Hamilton/Andy Goode/Stephen Ferris/Adam Jones)

Neil Martin, CEO at RugbyPass commented: 

“At RugbyPass we love the sense of team spirit that you see and feel on the rugby field, and we wanted to bring this to life for Lions fans. With it not being possible to be at the live Lions games in South Africa, attending an evening with four rugby legends is a great way to experience the rugby team spirit and the excitement of the Lions Tour 2021.”

Tickets cost £5 and all ticket proceeds go to Restart, the official charity of the RPA. Tickets can be bought here: For more information visit 

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