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 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 is a specialist savings and lending bank, offering personal loans, residential and commercial mortgages, business finance, and savings products.
Principal Partner
Acronis provides award-winning backup software & data protection solutions for consumers, businesses & MSPs. Protect your sensitive information!
Principal Partner
Explore Simba's award-winning mattresses and sleep accessories. Engineered for perfect sleep with over 230k 5* reviews.
Principal Partner
Castore is the world's first premium sportswear brand, for the discerning athlete who values attention to detail & precision performance features.
Principal Partner
Dedicated sports brand creating durable training equipment to improve your core skills across all aspects of sport.
Principal Partner
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)

Press Notes | Alex Austerberry (PWR Rd 13)

In association with
City Index City Index

Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry feels that having all four matches available to watch this weekend is a big step forward for domestic women’s rugby.

As part of the SuperPWR weekend, two matches will be live on TNT Sports, with the other two, including Saracens’ match, streamed on YouTube.

Austerberry feels that accessibility and close fixtures will be key to continuing to grow the game.

“Looking from a wider perspective, this weekend is brilliant. You can turn the TV on and there’s four games there. I hope that commercially it adds some real value, but to have the ability to tune in and pick the games you want to watch is brilliant. Two games being on each day means you can make time to watch all the matches and I’m hoping the games provide some real quality action. You want close games as a neutral because it’s exciting. I don’t always want that as a coach as it adds to the stress, but for the fans watching, it makes it far more entertaining.”

Ahead of Sunday’s clash with Leicester Tigers, Austerberry will be without several players, including Sophie de Goede, who is away with Canada 7s. The DoR explained that she had an incredible opportunity to potentially play in the Olympics, as well as offering a further update on the injury status of his squad.

“Sophie is playing for Canada 7s at the moment. It’s part of the discussion we had with her and Canada in that we want to be able to give her the best shot at becoming an Olympian. She’ll be playing in Los Angeles this weekend, but in terms of the rest of the squad there are still a few niggles.”

“Ella Wyrwas won’t be available against Leicester, and it’s touch and go with McKinley Hunt as to whether we’ll have her for the games before the Six Nations. Rosie Galligan is touch and go again, but hopefully we’ll see her back soon. Other than that, it’s a fit and healthy squad. For this time of the year, we’re in pretty good health.”

Leicester will offer a potent attacking threat on Sunday and Austerberry admitted that his side are wary of the weapons they possess.

“We need to be more accurate and get back to managing the right areas of the field. Hopefully we’ll see a positive bounce against Tigers. They gave us a bit of a lesson in the first 20 minutes up there. They move the ball well and have players that can create something out of nothing. When they get quick ball, they’re clinical in attack. They are a team that can score from anywhere. We’ve got to be aware of how we win the collisions and close down space because they are a dangerous side.”

One of Saracens’ standout performers this season has been centre Sydney Gregson. Her form saw her earn a recall to the most recent England training squad and Austerberry believes that her partnership with Sophie Bridger is only going to go from strength-to-strength.

“Sydney is having a fantastic year. Her influence at key moments is there for all to see. Since she’s come back from injury, she’s been brilliant. Her ability to understand how she can create space for others is growing and she’s becoming really influential. You look inside her at Sophie Bridger too and it’s a great pair. Sophie is more of a distributor, but she has good feet as well. You’re seeing those partnerships and links grow and it’s giving the players more confidence as a unit.”

With 18 months to go until a home world cup, Austerberry feels that this weekend will b a crucial one as more eyes begin to focus on women’s rugby.

“We need to use this weekend to harness the interest in our game. We’ve got a great chance to put ourselves on the map and hopefully weekends like this can be the first stage of making women’s rugby omnipresent. If we can utilise and harness the data and the interest from this weekend, it's a great chance to build towards women’s rugby being easily accessible to watch both on TV and live. With the world cup coming up next year, weekends like this are brilliant.”


MATCH REACTION | Camilla Buchanan (NSL Rd 10)

Head Coach Camilla Buchanan credited the fight shown by her side, as they gave champions Loughborough Lightning a stern examination away from home. Lightning comfortably won the fixture between these two sides at HSV earlier in the season, but there was no easy ride here, as Mavericks tested them all the way. Reflecting on the […]

In association with
Shawbrook Shawbrook

TEAM NEWS | Saracens Men v Gloucester Rugby (GPR - Rd 15)

Theo Dan says the squad can’t wait to be back at StoneX Stadium this Saturday as they look to reignite their season with the race for the play-offs heating up. The Men in Black will run out at their home for the first time in 84 days, and know they need to get back to […]

In association with
City Index City Index


See all partners