Rugby Restart

Bath Rugby were left in sixth place when the Covid-19 pandemic caused sport within the UK to stand still. With nine rounds left to play for, the top four is within reaching distance for the Blue, Black and White.

The squad have been training relentlessly and we have managed to capture exclusive footage of their return to full-training, bringing you behind-the-scenes at training HQ Farleigh House. The below videos capture their journey from rejoining as a group after months of lockdown to final preparations for the London Irish fixture on the 15th August - we hope you enjoy! 

Whilst nobody will be at the Rec cheering for the team, we would love to see your messages of support throughout the remainder of the season. Simply tag #WEAREBATH on Instagram or Twitter, to feature on our big screen during the player warm-up.

Last week, England Rugby teammates were sat down in Farleigh House and challenged to a True or False Q&A about each others careers, personal lives and much more.

Nandos or McDonald's? Sausage Roll or Pasty? Playstation or Xbox? 'This or That' with Mike Williams and Tom Ellis, who go through a quickfire round of lifestyle questions.

With Premiership Rugby now back, there still remains a huge hole in our sport. Head Coach Neal Hatley and JJ thank all local grassroots clubs for their continued support for the Blue, Black and White

Elliott Stooke and Henry Thomas tackle some challenging questions about their Bath Rugby teammates, including the worst haircut, hardest worker in the gym and much more…

Bath Rugby and England International Anthony Watson shares all about his life in lockdown and why his girlfriend wasn't too happy about the amount of time he spends on Warzone and at the Golf Course

Behind the Scenes insight into the COVID-19 health measures put in place at Training HQ Farleigh House, as part of Stage 2 of their Return to Rugby

NEW SIGNING: Ben Spencer settling in at Bath Rugby after his move from Saracens to the West Country

 England International Sam Underhill on ramping up preparations ahead of London Irish 

Countdown continues with the full first-team squad returning to The Rec for the first time since the lockdown, with all players taking part in a training match ahead of the London Irish fixture on the 15th August


We hope you are as excited as we are about Rugby returning to the Rec on the 15th August, here is a highlights montage to get your blue, black and white blood pumping through your body once again #WEAREBATH

Come on you Bath!

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