Gloucester

  • Jewson build on Gloucester partnership

    Jewson, the UK's leading supplier of building materials has signed a three-year agreement to become Gloucester main sponsor. The deal, which is the biggest in Gloucester's history and one of the most significant in the Guinness Premiership, comes at key time for the club. In addition to a new South Stand development, that will take Kingsholm's capacity to more than 16,000, they have made a string of signings, including former Bradford Bull Lesley Vainikolo and World Cup winner Jeremy Paul. Glouc...

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  • Gloucester Sign Up XBlades As New Kit Supplier

    Gloucester have confirmed a new kit supplier to go along with their new main sponsors as XBlades join Mitsubishi in partnering with the club ahead of next season. XBlades are owned by Shane and Tony Miller, as well as former cross-code legend Jason Robinson and the deal represents a first foray into rugby union, with partnerships already in place with Castleford Tigers, Featherstone Rovers and the Cronulla Sharks and Parramatta Eels in Australia's NRL competition. A new look club shop and revam...

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  • Gloucester Introduce New Logo

    Gloucester Rugby have announced a change their logo as part of a club wide review. Stephen Vaughan, CEO announced the change as part of a number of new developments at an event Kingsholm Stadium this week. Vaughan stated: “Last year we commenced a review of all our communications and brand. A full audit and research project was undertaken across the club with the primary objective to deliver an agreed set of values that every member of staff, whether that be in the playing department or else...

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  • Mira Showers Sponsor Kingsholm South Stand

    Gloucester Rugby have confirmed that Mira Showers have agreed to sponsor the south stand and Kingsholm for the next three seasons. The company, who are also the main sponsor of Cheltenham Town FC, have been hospitality box holders at Gloucester since the south stand was erected in 2007. Paul Hollingworth, director of sales with Mira Showers, said, "We are a Gloucestershire based company, who manufacture locally and a number of our employees play rugby themselves and are also fans of Gloucester R...

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  • Gloucester Purchase Additional Kingsholm Land

    Gloucester Rugby have purchased 5 Kingsholm Road, the former site of a car dealership, which is adjacent to the east end of their Kingsholm ground. The plot of land, approximately one third of an acre, is adjacent to their stadium and recently became available for purchase. Due to its location and development potential, the club have moved quickly to agree a deal to purchase the site. Work will now begin to clear the site and plans for its future use will be made public in due course. Gloucester...

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  • Gloucester Announce Big Profit

    Gloucester have revealed pre-tax profits of in excess of £300,000 for the year to 30 June 2012, despite a disappointing performance on the field. The directors’ report shows that the club turned over £11.3 million and made a profit of £302,635, even though they finished just ninth in the Premiership, which represents a huge improvement on the previous year. The pre-tax profit for the 13 months to June 2011 was just £10,100 and much of the increase has been attributed to a successful Tom Jo...

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  • Kingsholm To Host Anglo-Welsh Final

    The Anglo-Welsh Cup Final will be held at Gloucester Rugby's Kingsholm Stadium (capacity 16,115) for the first time on Sunday March 18. In doing so the famous stadium becomes the sixth different venue to host the showpiece, with Leicester Tigers beating Exeter Chiefs in last season's final. Although this season is the first time Gloucester Rugby are hosting the final, the Cherry & Whites have a proud history in the Anglo-Welsh Cup having lifted the trophy five times. "We're delighted to be h...

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  • Gloucester Re-Finances With HSBC

    Gloucester Rugby has secured a multi-million pound finance package from HSBC which it will use to invest more heavily in its squad over the next 10 years and improve its stadium facilities. The new package has also helped the club reduce its bank borrowings by £300,000 a year. Planned improvements to the club's Kingsholm Stadium, which will be funded by the deal, include a dedicated fan zone, bars, food outlets and a children's area. The club also plans to upgrade its ticketing system. Stephen...

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  • Long-Serving Nottage Leaves Gloucester

    Ken Nottage, the managing director of Gloucester Rugby, will leave the club before the start of the next season. Nottage has been with the West Country outfit for 13 years, making him the longest serving managing director in English professional rugby union. He will stay on as a non-executive director while his replacement is found. Recruited by the late Gloucester chairman Tom Walkinshaw in 1999 from the-then Newcastle United Sporting Club, where he was chief executive holding responsibility fo...

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  • Montpellier's Altrad To Buy Gloucester?

    The billionaire president of Montpellier, Mohed Altrad, could be set to become the majority shareholder of Gloucester Rugby, according to media reports. Martin St Quinton only completed a full takeover of the club in February after the club was put up for sale by Ryan Walkinshaw, ending his family's 19-year-association with Gloucester. The club have released a statement in response to the speculation. "The board of Gloucester Rugby have always stated that if the right investment to take the clu...

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