Sixways

  • Larder Extends Stay at Sixways

    Worcester Warriors have announced defence coach Phil Larder OBE has signed a new contract at Sixways. The former England and British & Irish Lions coach re-joined the backroom staff at Sixways this season. Head coach Richard Hill praised Larder’s contribution this campaign and said: “I have been absolutely delighted by the strides we have made under Phil’s guidance and the work he has done. He has been a huge contributing factor to being where we are in the league at the current time....

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  • Sixways development underway

    The £23million development of Worcester’s Sixways stadium complex has moved a step closer after Ruth Kelly, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, decided not to intervene with the application. The scheme includes a new North Stand, a health centre and racquet club, a new car park, and replacement training pitches. Wychavon District Council has already passed the plans so Worcestershire County Council can now apply for permission to use the proposed new car parking as a park...

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  • Warriors Freeze Prices For Next Season

    Worcester Warriors have frozen prices on their season ticket packages for 2013/14 at this season's rates and introduced a Direct Debit scheme so payments to be spread over the rest of 2013. Warriors fans will be able to see 17 games at Sixways across the Premiership, European Challenge Cup, LV= Cup and the pre-season freiendly against Cardiff Blues from £130 for juniors and £215 for adults. Deals also include free entry to home ‘A’ League fixtures, priority booking for any knockout games,...

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  • Worcester Report £8m Loss For 2016-17

    ... increased revenue of almost £1m. The Premiership club had reported a pre-tax profit for WRFC Trading Ltd of £14.3m the previous year due to shareholders writing off more than £20.4m of accumulated debt. Warriors bought the freehold on the 50-acre Sixways site from the old Worcester Rugby Club, and have been reportedly valued at £26.7m. Former owner Cecil Duckworth is the club president and is listed as a director along with Bill Bolsover, Anthony Glossop, Greg Allen, John Crabtree and Gus M...

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  • Little Leaves Worcester As Club Searches For CEO

    Worcester managing director Charlie Little is on his way out of Sixways after nearly seven years as the club prepares to appoint a new, experienced chief executive. The Warriors, who recently sacked coach Richard Hill, are making significant changes after surviving in the Premiership for another season as they look to take the next step up both on and off the field. Little, who has previously served as marketing manager and commercial manager at Gloucester as well, has been at the club since 200...

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  • Worcester Warriors For Sale, Griffiths Out

    ... is set to walk away after the club made losses totalling £16m in the last three seasons. Former Saracens chief executive, Edward Griffiths has been reported to be interested in forming a consortium to buy Worcester. Griffiths, who was brought in to Sixways as a consultant from early in the year, was announced to have left his position there with immediate effect this week. Warriors chairman Bill Bolsover, speaking on behalf of Sixways Holdings Limited, said: "The club can confirm it is always...

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  • Worcester Plan To Develop Beyond Their Capacity

    Plans to expand Sixways could be back on the table by the end of next season, according to a Worcester News interview with Warriors chief executive Jim O’Toole. Worcester are aiming to increase their capacity from around 12,000 to potentially as much as 20,000 and O’Toole has vowed to realise those ambitions if demand for tickets continues to rise. Planning permission was granted by Wychavon District Council in 2006 for a new two-tier North Stand, which would create space for 5,000 spectato...

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  • Sixways Training Facilities Get An Upgrade

    ... will move to new offices, while the strength and conditioning department will have a new working space. Throughout the duration of the work, which is due to be completed in early October, players will use temporary changing and gym facilities at their Sixways Stadium base.

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  • Worcester To Trial Goal-line Technology

    Worcester have revealed that they are trialling a new pioneering form of goal-line technology that confirms whether a penalty, conversion or drop goal has gone over. The players will test the new GoalScan device at Sixways on Wednesday 23 January with a view to helping to get it approved by the International Rugby Board and using it in competitive matches in future. The technology, which is made by the Hereford-based firm IA Technology Limited, produces an electronic curtain that alerts the refe...

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  • Worcester Update CRM And InStadia Screens

    Worcester Warriors have announced two new partnerships to enhance the matchday experience and get closer to their fans. A new partnership with Eleven Sports Media will bring the StadiumTV platform and StatZone system to Sixways on thirty three new screens and the club have taken on Green 4’s CRM system to engage with their fans. Thirty-three new screens have been installed throughout the concourse, supporters' bars and hospitality areas of he stadium, which will significantly enhance supporte...

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