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Bath Rugby's Sam Underhill and Charlie Ewels have both been named in the England side to take on New Zealand at Twickenham on Saturday. (kick-off 15:00) Read more 

Bath Rugby have named their side that will travel to Kingston Park tomorrow night to face Newcastle Falcons in the third round of the Premiership Rugby Cup. (kick-off 19:45) Read more 

Ruaridh McConnochie joined Bath Rugby at the beginning of the 2018/19 season following a successful stint for England and Team GB sevens, taking home a silver Olympic medal from the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic games. The Bath Rugby player has featured in the Premiership Rugby Cup over the last couple of weeks and looks ahead to our Friday night fixture against Newcastle Falcons. Read more 

More than 100 people will brave the cold on Wednesday night to spend the night at the home of Bath Rugby. The brave fundraisers are taking part in The Rec Sleep Out which has been organised by Bath Rugby Foundation to help tackle the issue of youth homelessness. Read more 

Gallagher, proud title partner of Premiership Rugby, is offering local rugby teams of all age groups and abilities in the Wasps area an opportunity to meet and train with stars of Gallagher Premiership Rugby. Read more 

Injury update

6 November 2018

The latest injury update from Bath Rugby detailing injuries and return to play. Read more 

Back by popular demand! For a limited time only, and just in time for Christmas, purchase any 2018/19 Bath Rugby playing shirt and have it signed by your favourite Bath Rugby Player for free*. Read more 

Director of Rugby Todd Blackadder praised the young England star and feels that we have only seen a snippet of what is to come from him. “He is a success story, he’s worked incredibly hard in all areas of his game and he has earnt this opportunity, Zach has developed hugely as a player over the last couple of years and he’s got a huge career ahead of him” Read more 

Exeter Chiefs secured victory in the second round of the Premiership Rugby Cup at Sandy Park, despite a late comeback from Bath Rugby. Read more 

The Bath Rugby partnership programme with the University of Bath is a key strand of the clubs player and coach development strategy, and with the partnership now in it’s second season, it is both showing positive signs and producing some great outcomes for the future. Read more 

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