Our Partners
Our Partners

Saracens are proud to work in partnership with a range of companies and suppliers, all striving for excellence in their field.

Lead Partner
StoneX
StoneX provides institutional clients with a complete suite of equity trading services to help them find liquidity with best execution and end-to-end clearing.
Lead Partner
City Index
An award-winning, multi-asset financial services provider with 40 years' experience in supporting our clients - providing instant and secure access to global markets.
Principal Partner
Shawbrook
Shawbrook is a specialist savings and lending bank, offering personal loans, residential and commercial mortgages, business finance, and savings products.
Principal Partner
Acronis
Acronis provides award-winning backup software & data protection solutions for consumers, businesses & MSPs. Protect your sensitive information!
Principal Partner
Simba
Explore Simba's award-winning mattresses and sleep accessories. Engineered for perfect sleep with over 230k 5* reviews.
Principal Partner
Castore
Castore is the world's first premium sportswear brand, for the discerning athlete who values attention to detail & precision performance features.
Principal Partner
Hy-Pro
Dedicated sports brand creating durable training equipment to improve your core skills across all aspects of sport.
Principal Partner
Randstad
As the world's largest recruiter, we assist hundreds of thousands of individuals in discovering fulfilling employment opportunities amidst the constantly evolving landscape of the workforce.
Website Banner V5 Rw (1)

MATCH REACTION | Alex Austerberry (AP15s Rd11)

19.02.23
In association with
City Index City Index
Rd11 Aausterberry

Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry was left delighted after seeing his side secure a statement victory in The Duel!

A blistering opening spell saw his side race to a 27-point lead at the break and the DoR was thrilled to see the work that his backline have been doing come to fruition.

“We found ways to get beyond them and utilise the shortside. That gave us the ability to build the scoreboard and keep them at arm’s length. It’s about evolution in our attack. James Tirrell and Lewis Sones have been working really hard on it and the players have been driving it. We’ve always been quite good in the pack creating the platform, but it’s about taking our game to the next level.”

The second half was an altogether tighter affair, with Austerberry praising his side’s maul defence. He did though, highlight the need for improvement in terms of discipline.

“You’re playing against a good team, so there are always going to be periods where you’re under the pump. We need to get used to that and realise that sides have earnt that right. We were biting in too much at times and were being marched back down the field thanks to our own ill-discipline. That’s certainly something that we’ve got to do better.”

Austerberry also shared the news that flyhalf Zoe Harrison would receive a scan after being helped from the pitch during the second half, admitting that it was “too early to tell” on the severity of her injury.

On a day where the power in the area failed, the action on the field more than made up for it, as did the support of a vociferous Saracens home crowd. Austerberry praised the club for putting the event on and believed that days like this are really the beginning of something special for the game.

“I’ve been banging the drum for a long time. There are some wonderful athletes on the field, and they need the arena and days like this to showcase that. All credit to everyone in the club for making this happen, even with the power cut!”

“There’s still 1000 odd people celebrating and getting autographs at full-time which is just amazing. This is the next step, we’re driving performances on the field, but we need to keep doing that off the field as well. If we can keep performing, then people will be excited and keep coming back.’

With a girls rugby festival taking place ahead of the match, Austerberry believed that the next generation of talent was also on display. Days like yesterday are special, but Austerberry believes that they need to become the norm, as women’s rugby continues to grow.

“We need to capitalise on the fact that the girls that were playing in the festival yesterday morning are the stars of the future. I guarantee that there will be someone who was down there who is a future Saracen and a future Red Rose.”

“That’s what this is all about. We need to keep capitalising and building on this. We’re capturing the audience, but also this next generation of players. Putting on events like this needs to become the norm. We’re really onto something special.”

Andy1

Six Nations Round Up | Scotland succeed in Calcutta classic

Andy Christie earned the bragging rights at Murrayfield as Scotland came from behind to register their fourth consecutive Calcutta Cup. Christie came off the bench to see out a 30-21 win for the Scots, which has brought them right back in to contention for the tournament. Jamie George captained the side again on an emotional […]

26.02.24
In association with
City Index City Index
Theo2

MATCH REPORT | Saracens Men 31-19 Leinster Rugby

Saracens Men returned to action in style with an impressive 31-19 victory over Leinster at StoneX Stadium. The Men in Black were back out on the pitch for the first time since the last weekend of January, and it looked like they had never been away as they scored five tries and played some scintillating […]

23.02.24
In association with
City Index City Index

Partners

See all partners