Bath Rugby Sponsorship Season Two
After an exciting and remarkable end to our first season as sponsors, and one that we will certainly remember for some time to come, Uniserve have continued as official sponsors of Bath Rugby for the 2018/2019 season.
Founded in 1865, Bath are one of the best known and longest serving rugby union clubs in the UK and the Uniserve brand will again feature on the back of the Home, Away and European team jerseys. As well as perimeter boarding at Bath’s stadium (The Rec), Uniserve will also be present on the club’s website and in the matchday programmes.
Following on from last season’s heroics to qualify for the Champions Cup – winning both of their final games with a bonus point with a number of other games swinging in their favour – the season ahead looks promising, even if the first away game did not quite go to plan last weekend.
Bath will be looking to get their first victory on the board this weekend against fierce local rivals Gloucester. The last time these two teams faced-off, Gloucester were stunned by an impressive Bath attack and succumbed to a 20-43 defeat.
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