|29 Jan 22||Worcester Warriors ||-|| Northampton Saints|
|05 Feb 22||Leicester Tigers ||-|| Worcester Warriors|
|12 Feb 22||Sale Sharks ||-|| Worcester Warriors|
|18 Feb 22||Worcester Warriors ||-|| Bristol Rugby|
|25 Feb 22||Worcester Warriors ||-|| Harlequins|
|09 Jan 22||Bath Rugby|| ||22 - 19|| ||Worcester Warriors|
|26 Dec 21||Saracens|| ||61 - 29|| ||Worcester Warriors|
|04 Dec 21||Worcester Warriors|| ||32 - 31|| ||Wasps|
|27 Nov 21||Newcastle Falcons|| ||24 - 24|| ||Worcester Warriors|
|06 Nov 21||Bristol Rugby|| ||27 - 5|| ||Worcester Warriors|
The Worcester Rugby Football Club is an English rugby union club, nicknamed Warriors. The club's first team play in the Aviva Premiership. They have also competed in the Anglo-Welsh Cup, European Rugby Cup, British and Irish Cup and Aviva A League competitions. The club's kit is made by sports manufacturer KooGa, who they signed to a four-year deal in 2012 to produce home and away strips for the Aviva Premiership, as well as a third design for use in cup competitions. They are sponsored by Worcester Bosch and Fragrance Mad. Their home stadium is the Sixways Stadium, and the team colours are blue and gold.
The club was founded in 1871 by the Reverend Francis John Ede, with the first known game played against the Royal Artillery Rugby Club on 8 November 1871. This game was played on Pitchcroft. The club began playing at Bevere in Worcester in 1954 and left Bevere for Sixways in 1975 when the clubhouse was opened. When the league system was formed, the club was placed in North Midlands Division One, a level eight league.
Due to extensive support from their backer Cecil Duckworth, the club were able to build a strong team, with promotion after promotion following. In 2006, extremely ambitious plans were announced for a £23 million development programme, which would see a health club with fitness centre and swimming pool, fully tarmacked park and ride area, and expanded capacity, estimated to be 13,000.
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