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Downloadable Fixture Lists

Difference between “download” and “subscribe”

Download is a one-off import of the fixtures. If the fixtures change, you will need to download the calendar file again to update your data. If you subscribe to the calendar feed, your calendar application will sync the fixture dates and kick-off times automatically without the need for a manual update so you will always have the latest information.

See instructions below for downloading or subscribing to your relevant calendar

Download
(you may need to save the file on your computer before importing it)

Overall Fixture List – Download the fixture list now
Bath Rugby – Download the fixture list now
Exeter Chiefs – Download the fixture list now
Gloucester Rugby – Download the fixture list now
Harlequins – Download the fixture list now
Leicester Tigers – Download the fixture list now
London Irish – Download the fixture list now
Newcastle Falcons – Download the fixture list now
Northampton Saints – Download the fixture list now
Sale Sharks – Download the fixture list now
Saracens – Download the fixture list now
Wasps – Download the fixture list now
Worcester Warriors – Download the fixture list now

 

Subscribe – subscribe to the fixture list by adding the following URL to your preferred application:

Overall Fixture Listhttps://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership.ics
Bath Rugby – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_bath.ics
Exeter Chiefs – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_chiefs.ics
Gloucester Rugby – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_gloucester.ics
Harlequins – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_harlequins.ics
Leicester Tigers – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_tigers.ics
London Irish – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_irish.ics
Newcastle Falcons – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_falcons.ics
Northampton Saints – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_saints.ics
Sale Sharks – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_sharks.ics
Saracens – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_saracens.ics
Wasps – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_wasps.ics
Worcester Warriors – https://www.premiershiprugby.com/tools/calendars/premier-premiership_warriors.ics

Supported Calendar Applications

Any calendar that works with iCal (.ics) or XML format, including:

iPhone/iPad
Outlook 2010 (and older)
Outlook 2007
Outlook.com and Hotmail
Gmail (Google Calendars)
Calendar (on Mac)
Sunbird/Thunderbird

iPhone/iPad

  • Copy the calendar URL that displays near the top of this page
  • Select Settings on your device
  • Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars
  • Select Add Account
  • Select Other at the bottom
  • Select Add Subscribed Calendar
  • Tap the Server box and Paste the URL
  • Select Next
  • Optionally modify the description

Outlook 2010

  • Subscribe to a Calendar
  • Click Calendars on the bottom left of the screen
  • Click Open Calendar on the top menu
  • Choose From Internet
  • Enter the URL and click OK (URL can be found near the top of this page)
  • Click Yes to agree
  • Import a Downloaded Calendar
  • Download the .ics file by clicking the link near the top of this page
  • Click File
  • Click Open
  • Click Open Calendar
  • Browse and select the .ics file

Outlook 2007

Import a Downloaded Calendar

  • Download the .ics file by clicking the link near the top of this page
  • Select File > Import menu
  • Choose import an iCalendar or vCalendar file
  • Select the downloaded .ics file
  • Subscribe to a Calendar
  • Go to Tools > Account Settings
  • Choose Internet Calendars tab
  • Click New…
  • Paste the URL into the location field (URL can be found near the top of this page)
  • Click Add

Outlook.com and Hotmail

  • Subscribe to a Calendar
  • Login to you outlook.com/Hotmail account
  • Depending on what account you signed in with
  • Outlook.com: Click the down arrow beside the Outlook menu on the top left & click Calendar
  • Hotmail: Click Calendar on the bottom left of the screen
  • On the toolbar (located above day/week/month tabs), click Subscribe
  • Select Subscribe to a public calendar
  • Enter Calendar URL
  • In the Calendar name box, type a name for the calendar
  • Next to Color, select a color for the calendar
  • Click Subscribe to calendar
  • Click Done

Import a Downloaded Calendar

  • Download the .ics file by clicking the link near the top of this page
  • Login to you outlook.com/Hotmail account
  • Depending on what account you signed in with
  • Outlook.com: Click the down arrow beside the Outlook menu on the top left & click Calendar
  • Hotmail: Click Calendar on the bottom left of the screen
  • On the toolbar (located above day/week/month tabs), click Subscribe
  • Select Import from an ICS file, and then click Browse
  • Browse to the .ics file and click Open
  • Select Import into a new calendar or Import into an existing calendar
  • In the Calendar name box, type a name for the calendar
  • Next to Color, select a color for the calendar
  • Click Import calendar
  • Click Done

Gmail (Google Calendar)

  • Subscribe to a Calendar
  • Login to your Gmail account
  • Click Calendar on the top menu (the menu above the search box)
  • Click the down arrow beside Other Calendars on the left menu
  • Click Add by URL
  • Enter the URL (URL can be found near the top of this page)
  • Click Add Calendar

Import a Downloaded Calendar

  • Click Import
  • Browse and select the .ics file
  • Click Import calendar
  • Click the down arrow beside Other Calendars on the left menu
  • Click Calendar on the top menu (the menu above the search box)
  • Login to your Gmail account
  • Download the .ics file by clicking the link near the top of this page

Calendar (on Mac)

  • Subscribe to a Calendar
  • Open Calendar app
  • Click File > New Calendar Subscription
  • Enter URL (URL can be found near the top of this page)
  • Click Subscribe
  • Import a Downloaded Calendar
  • Download the .ics file by clicking the link near the top of this page
  • On the pop-up, select the calendar you want to import the file too, or select a new calendar
  • Click OK

Sunbird/Thunderbird

  • Subscribe to a Calendar
  • Choose the menu option File > New > Calendar…
  • Select the on the Network option and click Next
  • Choose iCalendar (ICS) format and paste the URL into the Location field (URL can be found near the top of this page)
  • Follow prompts to complete your calendar setup

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