Bath Rugby will become the first non-London club to host a home game at Twickenham stadium when they take on old rivals Leicester Tigers in the Premiership next weekend. 

The south west outfit are hoping to fill thousands of seats with ticket sales from the Upper Tier going towards two charities - Help for Heroes and Bath Rugby Foundation.

Bath Rugby and Help for Heroes have been in partnership since 2015 with a focus on the benefit of sport on the road to recovery, with players returning from injury sharing state-of-the-art equipment at the Help for Heroes Recovery Centre, Tedworth House.

On match day, 8th April, the team will also wear limited edition shirts created exclusively for The Clash and those will be auctioned off in a number of ways to raise more proceeds for charity.

Semesa Rokoduguni

Bath and England winger, and serving soldier, Semesa Rokoduguni, traveled to London a few weeks ago to meet two beneficiaries of those charities, he said:

"For me as a serving soldier, we’re showing our support for the soldiers out there - who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan and are injured. It’s always nice to get the support from your friends and family."

Roko's now in his fifth season with the club.

To get your tickets to 'The Clash' head to the booking pages on the Bath Rugby website...