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Warriors open 2016/17 campaign in London Double Header

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Warriors will open their 2016/17 Aviva Premiership campaign with a trip to Twickenham for a mouth-watering clash against Saracens in the London Double Header.

It will be the second season Warriors have been selected to play in the London Double Header after the Sixways side came up against the same opponents at the home of English rugby in November last year.

Warriors will then begin their Sixways campaign on Friday 9 September in an early season Derby Day as local rivals Gloucester Rugby travel up the M5.

A trip to Bath Rugby follows before Warriors host Sale Sharks on Saturday 24 September and Newcastle Falcons on Sunday 2 October.

Carl Hogg will take his side to Leicester Tigers one week later as the first block of Premiership fixtures come to an end.

The European action gets underway in mid-October before Warriors travel to Harlequins at the end of the month.

Warriors face a tricky home clash with Northampton Saints on Friday 18 November ahead of a trip to Exeter Chiefs on the final weekend of November.

The first weekend of December serves up a second West Midlands derby at Sixways as Wasps make the short journey from Coventry before Warriors renew their rivalry with Bristol Rugby at Ashton Gate over the Christmas period.

And Warriors will complete their festive fixtures by hosting Harlequins before a trip to Gloucester in early January. 

After another break from domestic action, Sixways will host back-to-back matches as the Premiership action returns with the visits of last season's Premiership champions Saracens and last season's Premiership finalists Exeter in February.

A trip to Franklin's Gardens to face Northampton ensues on the final weekend of February before Warriors host Bristol on Saturday 4 March.

Away encounters with Wasps and Sale follow ahead of a tasty Easter clash at Sixways with Bath on Saturday 15 April.

Warriors' penultimate game sees a trip to Kingston Park to face Newcastle on Friday 28 April before Hogg's boys look to finish the season in style with the visit of Leicester Tigers on Saturday 6 May.

With just over eight weeks to go before the start of the season, the excitement is already starting to build.

And you can make sure you are here to see every game at Sixways by signing-up for a 2016/17 Season Ticket. Adult Season Tickets start from just £275, while Under 12s can get theirs for FREE.

To buy your Season Ticket click here, visit the Warriors Ticket Office or call 01905 459309.

2016/17 Aviva Premiership Fixtures

Saturday 3 September – Saracens vs Warriors (Twickenham) – 2pm
Friday 9 September – Warriors vs Gloucester Rugby – 7.45pm
Saturday 17 September – Bath Rugby vs Warriors – 3pm
Saturday 24 September – Warriors vs Sale Sharks – 3pm
Sunday 2 October – Warriors vs Newcastle Falcons – 3pm
Saturday 8 October – Leicester Tigers vs Warriors – 3pm
Saturday 29 October – Harlequins vs Warriors – 3pm
Friday 18 November – Warriors vs Northampton Saints – 7.45pm
Saturday 26 November – Exeter Chiefs vs Warriors – 3pm
Saturday 3 December – Warriors vs Wasps – 3pm
TBC 23/24/26 December – Bristol Rugby vs Warriors
TBC 30/31 Dec or 1 Jan – Warriors vs Harlequins
Saturday 7 January – Gloucester Rugby vs Warriors – 3pm
TBC 9/10/11 February – Warriors vs Saracens
Saturday 18 February – Warriors vs Exeter Chiefs – 3pm
Saturday 25 February – Northampton Saints vs Warriors – 3pm
Saturday 4 March – Warriors vs Bristol Rugby – 3pm
Sunday 26 March – Wasps vs Warriors – 2.30pm
Friday 7 April – Sale Sharks vs Warriors – 8.15pm
Saturday 15 April – Warriors vs Bath Rugby – 3pm
Friday 28 April – Newcastle Falcons vs Warriors – 8pm
Saturday 6 May – Warriors vs Leicester Tigers – TBC
 

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BATH, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 03:  Maro Itoje of  Saracens is tackled by Max Lahiff of Bath during the Aviva Premiership match between Bath Rugby and Saracens at the Recreation Ground on December 3, 2016 in Bath, England.  (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)