Warriors will launch the 2015/16 Aviva Premiership campaign when they host Northampton Saints on Friday 16 October in front of the BT Sport cameras.
Dean Ryan's men will be looking to start the season with a bang and the opening game will be an even more mouth-watering prospect with former Northampton duo GJ van Velze and Phil Dowson likely to line-up for the hosts.
Warriors will travel to Sale Sharks and Gloucester Rugby in the opening month of the season before Newcastle Falcons visit Sixways on the first weekend in November.
With Warriors looking to compete with the best teams in the country on their return to the top-flight, the Club have secured a massive coup as they will then travel to Twickenham at the end of November to face reigning champions Saracens in the London Double Header.
December looks like a tough month for Warriors with huge matches against Leicester Tigers and Bath Rugby on the cards before we open 2016 with a home clash with Harlequins.
Warriors will then face their first trip to the Ricoh Arena on Sunday 10 January for a first-ever West Midlands derby with Wasps before Exeter Chiefs travel to Sixways.
They'll be another Sunday encounter for Warriors with a trip to London Irish on the cards before return matches against Bath Rugby, Sale Sharks and Northampton Saints complete the February line-up.
With the Rugby World Cup delaying the start of the Aviva Premiership season, the games continue to come thick and fast in the spring as Warriors travel to Newcastle Falcons on the opening Friday of March before hosting local rivals Gloucester Rugby for the second time of the season one weekend later.
A London-themed March sees a trip to Harlequins before a visit of London Irish as Warriors prepare for a tough season climax.
Warriors host Wasps in between tricky away matches at Exeter Chiefs and Leicester Tigers before the season ends at Sixways with a clash against Saracens on Saturday 7 May.
Warriors Chief Executive Jim O'Toole said: "We are all very excited about our return to the Aviva Premiership and to open the season at home in front of the BT Sport cameras against a side of the calibre of Northampton Saints is what winning promotion back to this league is all about.
"Every game will be tough and this season we will be relying on our supporters to be our 16th man more than ever as we look to establish ourselves as a Premiership Club."
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2015/16 Aviva Premiership Fixtures
Friday 16 October: Warriors vs Northampton Saints -7.45pm – Aviva Premiership R1
Saturday 24 October: Sale Sharks vs Warriors 2.30pm – Aviva Premiership R2
Saturday 31 October: Gloucester Rugby vs Warriors – 2pm – Aviva Premiership R3
Saturday 7 November: Warriors vs Newcastle Falcons – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 4
Saturday 14 November: European Rugby 1
Saturday 21 November: European Rugby 2
Saturday 28 November: Saracens vs Warriors 3.15pm – Aviva Premiership R 5
Saturday 5 December: Warriors vs Leicester Tigers – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 6
Saturday 12 December: European Rugby 3
Saturday 19 December: European Rugby 4
Saturday 26 December: Bath Rugby vs Warriors – 3.15pm – Aviva Premiership R 7
Saturday 2 January: Warriors vs Harlequins – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 8
Sunday 10 January: Wasps vs Warriors – 2pm – Aviva Premiership R 9
Saturday 16 January: European Rugby 5
Saturday 23 January: European Rugby 6
Saturday 30 January: Warriors vs Exeter Chiefs – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 10
Sunday 7 February: London Irish vs Warriors – 1pm – Aviva Premiership R 11
Saturday 13 February: Warriors vs Bath Rugby – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 12
Saturday 20 February: Warriors vs Sale Sharks – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 13
Saturday 27 February: Northampton Saints vs Warriors – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 14
Friday 4 March: Newcastle Falcons vs Warriors – 8pm – Aviva Premiership R 15
Saturday 12 March: Warriors vs Gloucester Rugby – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 16
Saturday 19 March: Harlequins vs Warriors – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 17
Saturday 26 March: Warriors vs London Irish – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 18
Saturday 2 April: Exeter Chiefs vs Warriors – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 19
Saturday 9 April European Rugby Quarter-Finals
Saturday 16 April: Warriors vs Wasps – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 20
Saturday 23 April: European Rugby Semi-Finals
Saturday 30 April: Leicester Tigers vs Warriors – 3pm – Aviva Premiership R 21
Saturday 7 May: Warriors vs Saracens – TBC – Aviva Premiership R 22
Saturday 14 May: European Rugby Finals
Saturday 21 May: Aviva Premiership Semi-Finals
Saturday 28 May: Aviva Premiership Final