The Gallagher Premiership semi-finals are scheduled for the weekend of June 19 and Final a week later. This is followed […] To unsubscribe at any time, just send STOP EXETER CHIEFS via WhatsApp to the same number and you will be removed from the service. The Falcons clash is followed by Leicester Tigers v Gloucester Rugby and London Irish making the trip to Worcester Warriors. Winger Jonny Smith grabbed an assist in Swindon Town’s 2-1 win over Hull City on Saturday. The Six Nations resumes with the meeting of Ireland and Italy on October 24, before a final day triple-header of fixtures on October 31. The announcement contains confirmed kick-off times and live broadcast fixtures with BT Sport in the opening six rounds up from November to January. Gallagher Premiership 2020/21 fixtures Check out the full Gallagher Premiership 2020/21 fixtures HERE.
For exclusive twice weekly news and offers from Leicester Tigers! Bears round off the Premiership campaign at Ashton Gate on Saturday, June 12th against London Irish. GAME ON. All fixtures scheduled for 14,15,16 May with kick-offs to be confirmed – subject to broadcast coverage. Steve Diamond had the following to say on the fixtures announcement: We’ve got a tough start with Northampton at home and Falcons away, and the league will be combative as ever with numerous teams proving themselves to be contenders this season. KICK OFF DATE TIME HOME AWAY STADIUM BROADCASTER, Friday 20 November 19.45 Harlequins Exeter Chiefs Stoop BT Sport, Friday 20 November 20.00 Sale Sharks Northampton AJ Bell, Saturday 21 November 12.30 Bath Newcastle Rec, Saturday 21 November 15.00 Leicester Gloucester Welford Road, Saturday 21 November 15.00 Worcester London Irish Sixways, Sunday 22 November 13.00 Wasps Bristol Bears Ricoh Arena BT Sport, Friday 27 November 19.45 Newcastle Sale Sharks Kingston Park BT Sport, Saturday 28 November 14.00 Northampton Harlequins Franklin’s Gardens, Saturday 28 November 15.00 Bristol Bears Worcester Ashton Gate, Saturday 28 November 15.00 Exeter Chiefs Bath Sandy Park, Saturday 28 November 15.00 Gloucester Wasps Kingsholm, Sunday 29 November 16.15 London Irish Leicester Brentford Community Stadium BT Sport, Friday 4 December 19.45 Bristol Bears Northampton Ashton Gate BT Sport, Saturday 5 December 15.00 Leicester Exeter Chiefs Welford Road, Saturday 5 December 15.00 Wasps Newcastle Ricoh Arena, Saturday 5 December 15.00 Worcester Bath Sixways, Sunday 6 December 14.30 London Irish Sale Sharks Brentford Community Stadium, Sunday 6 December 16.15 Gloucester Harlequins Kingsholm BT Sport, Saturday 26 December 14.00 Bath London Irish Rec, Saturday 26 December 14.00 Harlequins Bristol Bears Stoop BT Sport, Saturday 26 December 14.00 Newcastle Leicester Kingston Park, Saturday 26 December 15.00 Exeter Chiefs Gloucester Sandy Park, Saturday 26 December 16.30 Northampton Worcester Franklin’s Gardens BT Sport, Sunday 27 December 15.00 Sale Sharks Wasps AJ Bell BT Sport, Friday 1 January 19.45 Worcester Harlequins Sixways BT Sport, Friday 1 January 19.45 Bristol Bears Newcastle Ashton Gate, Saturday 2 January 14.00 Wasps Exeter Chiefs Ricoh Arena BT Sport, Saturday 2 January 16.30 Gloucester Sale Sharks Kingsholm BT Sport, Sunday 3 January 14.30 London Irish Northampton Brentford Community Stadium, Sunday 3 January 15.00 Leicester Tigers Bath Welford Road BT Sport, Friday 8 January 19.45 Bath Wasps Rec BT Sport, Friday 8 January 20.00 Sale Sharks Worcester AJ Bell, Saturday 9 January 14.00 Exeter Chiefs Bristol Bears Sandy Park BT Sport, Saturday 9 January 15.00 Newcastle Gloucester Kingston Park, Saturday 9 January 16.30 Northampton Leicester Franklin’s Gardens BT Sport, Sunday 10 January 15.00 Harlequins London Irish Stoop BT Sport, 29,30,31 January TBC Bristol Bears Bath Ashton Gate, 29,30,31 January TBC Gloucester Northampton Kingsholm, 29,30,31 January TBC Leicester Tigers Sale Sharks Welford Road, 29,30,31 January TBC London Irish Newcastle Brentford Community Stadium, 29,30,31 January TBC Wasps Harlequins Ricoh Arena, 29,30,31 January TBC Worcester Exeter Chiefs Sixways, 5,6,7 February TBC Bath Harlequins Rec, 5,6,7 February TBC Bristol Bears Sale Sharks Ashton Gate, 5,6,7 February TBC Leicester Tigers Worcester Welford Road, 5,6,7 February TBC London Irish Gloucester Brentford Community Stadium, 5,6,7 February TBC Newcastle Exeter Chiefs Kingston Park, 5,6,7 February TBC Wasps Northampton Ricoh Arena, 12,13,14 February TBC Exeter Chiefs London Irish Sandy Park, 12,13,14 February TBC Gloucester Bristol Bears Kingsholm, 12,13,14 February TBC Harlequins Leicester Stoop, 12,13,14 February TBC Northampton Newcastle Franklin’s Gardens, 12,13,14 February TBC Sale Sharks Bath AJ Bell, 12,13,14 February TBC Worcester Wasps Sixways.
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