Exeter Chiefs

  • Chiefs Agree New SW Comms Deal

    Exeter Chiefs have announced a three-year extension to the club's main sponsorship deal with South West Communications Group. The Exeter-based firm's renewal was always likely to take place given that chief executive and chairman Tony Rowe also holds the same position at the Chiefs and the company is approaching the 20th year of its sponsorship of the side. The deal will see the logo of the business, which provides telephone systems, data networks and internet service, appear on the front of Ex...

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  • Chiefs and Flybe Extend Deal

    Exeter Chiefs have announced that European airline, Flybe is extending its sponsorship of the club for a third season having originally joined the club following its promotion to the top tier of English rugby. The deal will see the airline continue to heavily brand itself in and around Sandy Park, the club's stadium whilst head coach Rob Baxter will again be used in an ambassadorial role, coaching in local schools in the community. John Wod, head of corporate at the club, said, "The aprtnership...

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  • Chiefs Launch 2020 Bond Scheme

    Exeter Chiefs have launched a brand new scheme, entitled Exeter Chiefs 2020 Bond, with the aim of raising £7.5m to spend on the next phase of the development plan for Sandy Park. The proposed development work will see the expansion of the Sandy Park Conference Centre to include a new 1,000+ delegate facility, together with the extension of the West Grandstand and increased car parking facilities and chairman and chief executive Tony Rowe is hoping that the bonds will be a big success. “San...

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  • Chiefs Agree New 5-Year Samurai Kit Deal

    Exeter Chiefs and Samurai Sportswear have announced a new five-year deal that will see the Norfolk-based sportswear manufacturer continue to supply the Aviva Premiership club. The partnership, which was first signed in 2010 before the Chiefs were promoted into English rugby’s top flight, claims to be the joint longest of its type in the Premiership and includes playing kit and off-field leisurewear as well as a retail range for supporters. Welcoming the new deal, Exeter chief executive Tony...

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  • Exeter Stalwart Powell Steps Down

    ... supporters’ dreams. I look forward to continuing as a member of the club and to supporting the Chiefs as we aim even higher.” Paying tribute to the efforts of Ian, Exeter Rugby Club president, Bob Staddon, said: “Ian’s contribution to the progress of Exeter Chiefs over the past 17 years as director and company secretary has been considerable. His dedicated, meticulous and unstinting work, often behind the scenes, has been invaluable to the development the club."  ...

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  • Exeter Choose SecuTix

    Exeter Chiefs have appointed SecuTix as their official ticketing technology partner. Following a competitive tender process, SecuTix, the global provider of a ticketing engagement platforms, has begun work across the Chiefs’ two businesses: the rugby club itself and their stadium, Sandy Park. Alongside being the home ground for the rugby club, Sandy Park is a successful conference and banqueting centre. The club intend to use the cloud-based SecuTix 360° software to grow their online ticket...

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  • Gloucester Lure Exeter Conditioner to Kingsholm

    Paddy Anson is to join Gloucester Rugby as their new head of strength & conditioning. A former Royal Marine for six years, Anson has fulfilled a similar role with the Exeter Chiefs since the 2006-7 season. He left the Marines to take a degree in exercise and sports science at Exeter University, which he combined with his first stint with the Chiefs. He then moved north and spent four years working with Hartpury College and the Gloucester Rugby Academy as well as studying for a masters in coa...

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  • Exeter Chiefs Hosts Sports Medicine Conference

    Exeter Chiefs joined forces with The University of Exeter to hold the first-ever Sports Medicine Conference, aimed at tackling the biggest issues on the field. The event, held at Sandy Park, combined world-class research from the University with the expertise of the reigning Aviva Premiership Rugby champions to improve the understanding of how to maximise impact on the pitch. Professor Jean McEwan, vice dean of education at the University of Exeter Medical School, said: “This conference is a f...

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  • Rowe Honoured with OBE

    Tony Rowe, chairman and chief executive of Exeter Chiefs, has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for his efforts to Business, Sport and Charities within the Devon city. Outside of work with the rugby club, Rowe is also the chairman of the Exeter Foundation, a charity set up in 2010 which has worked with over 20 local good causes. He said: “Initially when I received the letter from the cabinet office, I thought to myself what I have done wrong now. However, when I opened it u...

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  • Exeter Made £1.2m Profit Last Season

    Exeter have announced they made a profit of £1.2m last season on an income of £16.98m, a 28 per cent increase on the previous year’s turnover. Chairman and chief executive, Tony Rowe told the club’s AGM this week that both rugby income - which was bolstered thanks to the staging of three RWC fixtures and Exeter’s best-ever campaign in top-flight rugby - plus significant yearly growth of Sandy Park Conferencing and Banqueting Centre were the main factors behind the growth. Finance directo...

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