Worcester Warriors Jerseys

Worcester play their home games in blue and gold strip with their emblem a shield. The shirt has been pulled on by some top names in the game for example; Pat Sanderson who was also captain of England, Shane Drahm, Kai Horstmann, Chris Horsman, Thomas Lombard, Andy Gomarsall, and Thinus Delport from South Africa.

Worcester Warriors Fitted Rugby Shirt Jersey Top

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Worcester Warriors Mens Black 2019/20 Vx3 3rd Kit Rugby Shirt Top Medium Bnwt

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Worcester Warriors Size Small Training Tee Shirt - Bnwt - Rugby Union

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Retro Canterbury Worcester Warriors Rugby Club Shirt 1999/2000 - M - Bass Ccc

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Worcester Rugby Club Scimitar Blue & Yellow Rugby Shirt Size M

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Worcester Warriors Boys Navy Blue 2019/20 Vx3 Home Kit Rugby Shirt Top 9-10 Bnwt

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Worcester Warriors Boys Black 2019/20 Vx3 3rd Kit Rugby Shirt Top 13-14 Bnwt

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Worcester Warriors Rugby Club Gomarsall Kukri Black & Blue Rugby Shirt Large 42"

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Worcester Warriors Rugby Shirt

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Worcester Warriors Red Rugby Union Shirt - Size L Large

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Worcester Warriors Rugby Shirt Jersey Xl

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Ladies Rugby Shirt Vx3 Women Worcester Warriors 19/20 Home Replica Various Sizes

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The Warriors were founded in 1871 and have always been based in Worcester moving to their long standing home at Bevere in 1954, they left Bevere for Sixways Stadium, Pershore lane, Hindlip, Worcester WR3 8ZE in 1975. Their present home for which a £23 million development programme was announced in 2006 thanks to their backer Cecil Duckworth. This will produce a health club with fitness centre and swimming pool, fully tarmacced park and ride area, and expanded capacity, estimated to be 13,000.

The Warriors have not yet won any honours at the top flight but still hold the record of winning all their 26 games in the year of promition from Division One to the Premier leage in 2003/4. They had a strong showing in the top flight in their first season but 2006/7 proved a harder task.

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