Established in 1876, Saracens Rugby Club are London’s premier rugby club competing in the Aviva Premiership, the European Champions Cup and the Anglo-Welsh Cup.



From humble beginnings, ‘Sarries’ have developed into one of world rugby’s most respected, renowned and recognisable teams.

On the pitch, the North London club are enjoying a period of unbridled success. In 2014/15 they were winners of six domestic trophies, across both the men's and women's competitins and in 2015/16 the team made club history by becoming the first English club since 2004 to win the European and Premiership double.

Off the pitch Saracens have won numerous awards for their community work and the Saracens Sport Foundation continues to engage with communities in and around North London and Hertfordshire on a daily basis.

Following the successes of the 2014/15 season Saracens went on to do one better in 2015/16 by securing their first ever European Cup, beating Racing 92 in Lyon. It was an impressive achievement for Saracens who also became the first side to win the European Cup without losing a game. Two weeks later, and after defeating Leicester Tigers in the semi final, Saracens were able to defend their Aviva Premiership title at Twickenham as they overcame Exeter Chiefs. The victory meant that Saracens became the first English club since 2004 to win a European and Domestic double.

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