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Worcester Warriors - The Basics

City: Worcester

Country: England

Club; Worcester Warriors

Nickname: The Warriors

Founded: 1871

 

Ground Opened: 1975

Stadium Name: Sixways Stadium

Stadium Address:

Warriors Way

Worcester

WR3 8ZE

Telephone: 01905 454183

Fax: 01905 459352

Capacity: 12,024

11,455 seated and covered

 

Club Web Site:

 www.warriors.co.uk

E-Mail:

rugby@warriors.co.uk

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/pages/worcester-warriors

Twitter:

@WorcsWarriors

 

Home Colours: Navy blue, White and Gold

Away Colours: Light Blue and White

League (2016/17) Aviva Premiership

 

For Fixtures  Go To:

www.warriors.co.uk

www.premiershiprugby.com

www.scrumdown.org.uk

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

Worcester Warriors Official News on RSS

REPORT | Birmingham Moseley 24-15 Warriors (Fri, 18 Aug 2017)
Warriors suffered a shock defeat to Birmingham Moseley in their second pre-season game on a wet night at Billesley Common.
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VIDEO | Community Coach set to take on Warriors (Fri, 18 Aug 2017)
Rob Lewis joined Warriors as a Community Coach this summer after leaving London Welsh, where he made 31 Aviva Premiership appearances.
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Rugby needs to learn the right lessons from Football (Wed, 17 May 2017)
Colin Boag is a regular columnist in The Rugby Paper, and I usually find him worth reading. However, he is one of those rugby writers who like to blame all rugby’s ills on football. He was at it again in a recent column. He was writing about players’ attempts to get others booked, and predictably … Continue reading Rugby needs to learn the right lessons from Football
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Premiership Rugby ambition must be challenged by RFU. (Mon, 08 May 2017)
The Champions Cup final this weekend will lack a team from the Pro 12 for the fifth consecutive season following the Munster and Leinster semi-final defeats. The tournament has become an Anglo-French production, although in those five years only four clubs have made it to the final: Toulon, Saracens, Clermont Auvergne and, last year, Racing … Continue reading Premiership Rugby ambition must be challenged by RFU.
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Championship to Premiership – Mind the Gap (Tue, 25 Apr 2017)
Just to clarify at the outset, I am talking about rugby union’s particular problems with the gap between the Premiership and the Championship, though I am aware of the parallels with the round-ball game. The other Saturday I passed a very pleasant afternoon watching London Scottish end their Championship season with a dismal defeat against … Continue reading Championship to Premiership – Mind the Gap
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The Clash..of two teams. chasing former glories (Tue, 11 Apr 2017)
Bath Rugby v Leicester Tigers April 8 2017 @ Twickenham Stadium   Bath: 27 Leicester:21 There was a time when Bath and Leicester Tigers would meet at Twickenham because they were the best teams in the country playing in an end-of-season shoot-out. On Saturday they were there for a regular-season fixture because Bath have a … Continue reading The Clash..of two teams. chasing former glories
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Bath v Brive – The Rematch (Tue, 04 Apr 2017)
Bath v Brive April 1 2017   Back in the early days of the Heineken Cup it wasn’t entirely clear if all this cross-border competition was good for the game. France was the frontier town, and nowhere was more dangerous or more gilded than Brive, smack in the middle of the Limousin. This stand-alone town … Continue reading Bath v Brive – The Rematch
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