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  • Bath get comfortable with Herman Miller

      Bath Rugby have completed a new partnership deal with Herman Miller, the Bath and Chippenham based furniture design company, who will become an ‘Official Business Partner’ to the Club for the next season.   Herman Miller are dedicated to working within the local community, so will be focused throughout the season on supporting the Bath Rugby Community Foundation across a variety of projects. Their commitment to the community has already been shown, with them sponsoring the “Herman Mill...

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  • Haag Set to Leave Bath

    First team coach, Martin Haag, will be leaving Bath Rugby at the end of this season when his current contract expires, the Club confirmed today. Bath Rugby chief executive, Nick Blofeld said: “"Haagy has great knowledge of Bath’s history and traditions and has been an asset to us for the past three seasons. We'’d like to thank him for all his efforts during his time here with us and wish him well for the future."” The recruitment of a Head Coach is already under way, and the other coaches ar...

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  • Sir Ian McGeechan to Leave Bath Rugby

    Bath Rugby have confirmed that director of Rugby, Sir Ian McGeechan will be leaving the club at the end of this season, which coincides with the end of his two year contract. Bath have stated that the new structure and coaches will be agreed and in place over the summer for the beginning of the new season in September. Bath Rugby chief executive, Nick Blofeld, said: "We would like to thank Geech for his time with the Club and for his assistance in developing the culture at the Club through thi...

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  • Bath Complete Purchase of Lambridge

    Bath Rugby have confirmed it has now completed the purchase of the Lambridge Training Ground. The sale of Lambridge to Bath Rugby by Bath Football Club Trustees Ltd (for an undisclosed sum), is a significant milestone for the professional club, which had been leasing the site from the former owners since 1997. In April 2010, it was announced that Bath would be moving their training facilities from Labridge to Farleigh House (pictured above).  It is reported that Bath's owner Bruce Craig purcha...

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  • Bath at a loss

    Bath Rugby club lost a record £357,000 last season. The Guinness Premiership outfit have revealed they expect that to more than double to about £750,000 next year as they struggle to keep salaries down. The club are relying in millionaire Andrew Brownsword to keep them afloat. A statement from the annual report says: "We are grateful to Mr Brownsword for meeting these losses, but it is unreasonable to expect him to do so in the future without support." Bath made a £283,000 profit in 2006 and...

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  • Bath Record £0.8m Loss On Increased Revenue In 2016-17

    Bath Rugby have reported a pre-tax loss of £0.8m (€0.92m) on annual revenue of £18.6m (€21.4m) for year ending 30th June 2017. Revenues have grown by 10% in the last year. In 2015-16 season Bath Rugby Ltd returned a £1.1m loss after tax on revenues of £16.9m. The reported loss after tax of £2.5m accounts for investment in the West Stand, which increased the capacity at the Rec to 14,500 for the 2016/17 season. Chief executive Tarquin McDonald said: “The purpose of the club’s busines...

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  • Bath Rec Trust To Incorporate

    Bath Recreation Ground Trust, which manages Bath’s home ground in the city centre, will become an “incorporated” charitable trust within the next month. The Bath Chronicle has reported that the Trust – the centre of conflict regarding the development of a stadium on the land - is currently an "unincorporated". Meaning it is not a legal entity in its own right and has no capacity to enter into contracts, hold any property, sue or be sued in its own name. These actions can only be carried...

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  • Bath Sign Kit Deal With Canterbury

    Bath have revealed that Canterbury is to become the club's the new kit supplier next season in a deal that will run until 2018. The Bath kit has not carried a manufacturer's logo for two seasons since the end of the supply agreement with Puma. Sports kit specialists Tri Distribution produced th kits for the 2013/14 and 2014/15 seasons but Bath's strategy at the time was to "own" their kit and bring back the classic hooped design. Bath supporters will see the team line up in the new Cant...

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  • Russell Replaces Flatman At Bath

    Sinead Russell is replacing David Flatman as the head of communications at Bath as the former England international leaves to concentrate on his media career, event hosting and guest speaking. The 34-year-old former prop appeared regularly on both BT Sport and ITV last season, having hung up his boots after a playing career that included 161 appearances over nine seasons at Bath, and he says he is looking forward to spending more time with his family as well. "I have loved and appreciated the o...

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  • Rec Development Progress For Bath

    The Charity First-Tier Tribunal decision has re-opened the door for Bath Rugby to redevelop stadium facilities at the Rec. The decision of the tribunal last week (14th December), relates to a revised scheme for the governance of the Bath Recreation Ground, including the use of the Recreation Ground site. Tarquin McDonald, Bath Rugby managing director, said, “The Club is delighted with Wednesday’s outcome and is excited to be able to move forward. The Charitable Scheme is effectively a set of...

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