"I am excited to be here. We have a world class coaching team in place for next season, and we can't wait to get stuck in."
Gary Gold – Head Coach, Bath Rugby
We are delighted to announce that season tickets for the 2012/13 season are now on sale, to both current season ticket holders and those looking to purchase one for the first time. You can buy your season tickets online by clicking here, in person at the ticket office or by downloading and posting the application form at the bottom of this article.
You will be pleased to hear that we are keeping the price of season tickets unchanged for the 2012/13 season, and we are offering a new interest-free 'easy payment' plan which will allow you spread the cost of your season ticket across four months. Applications for the easy payment scheme need to be made by post and submitted along with your season ticket application by the 20th July. Both forms can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
We are also revamping the Novia Stand which will mean more leg room, a waterproofed area under the stand with better bar facilities and easier access. Due to these upgrades there will be a slight change in the layout of the stand configuration however, we will be doing our utmost to keep your seat position the same relative to the pitch. (Please see note at the bottom of this article for more information).
In addition, we are increasing the flexibility of the Family Season Ticket, with a variety of options now available. An adult with child can now enjoy together the benefit of covered seats in the Centurions Stand (formerly Ringside 2) for £450 – just £14 each per match. Family tickets are not available online, please download and send off the application form detailed below.
For those who cannot commit to a full season ticket we are introducing a 10-game ticket (details on the form at the bottom of this page). These cost £120 per person and are completely transferable, allowing you to pass it on to family or friends.
You can purchase your season ticket now online by clicking here and either logging in to or creating your account. If you have log-in details but have not used the online payment system before you will need to click 'Activate account'.
Alternatively, if you would like to buy your season ticket in person at the Bath Rugby Ticket Office, they are available to buy now.
** Online renewals are not available to those renewing season tickets in the terraces, instead please print off and post the application form to the Bath Rugby Ticket Office (postal address below).
If you are looking to renew your season ticket, the deadline for renewals is the 13th July. After this date we cannot guarantee that your existing seat will be available.
Existing season ticket holders should receive an application form in the post within the next ten days, so just fill it in and return to: Bath Rugby Ticket Office, PO BOX 2052, Bath BA2 6YY or renew online by clicking here, using your client reference number which can be found on the paper part of your 2011/12 season ticket, above your season ticket number and will be marked 'Client Ref'.
You can also download and print off the application form at the bottom on this article and return it by post to the Bath Rugby Ticket Office.
Renewal forms are processed in order, as we receive them. If you wish to move seats, we will always do our best to meet your request and if this is not possible, we will reserve your original seat.
If you would like confirmation that we have received your application, please provide your email address or include a stamped addressed envelope.
If you have any queries just call us on 0844 448 1865, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Ticket Office on Pulteney Bridge.
Thank you for your support of Bath Rugby, and we look forward to welcoming you to the Rec in August.
Click here to download the 2012/13 season ticket application booklet
Click here to download the 2012/13 season ticket application form
Click here to download the Easy Payment form
** Novia Stand:
Season Ticket Holders in the Novia Stand will notice that their block/row and seat number has changed.
This is due to the fact block AA has been changed to block A and instead of the seat numbers starting from the 2nd block they now start from the first block of the stand.
The stand itself has also undergone a small reconfiguration which has seen the aisles change slightly. It does mean more leg room, a waterproofed area under the stand with better bar facilities and easier access.
We have a reconfigured stairwell set up and wherever possible we have tried to position season ticket holders in their same position relation to the pitch. However, some season ticket holders (though not all of them) who previously had seats on an aisle may no longer do so and some that were in the middle of the block are now on an aisle.
Our focus has been to make sure that as many STH are situated in the same position in relation to the pitch as possible.