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)

TEAM NEWS | Saracens Women vs Wasps (AP15s – Rd2)

25.11.22
In association with
City Index City Index
Round2 Team News

Georgia Evans couldn't help but smile as she spoke of how good it was to be back home, having returned from World Cup duty with Wales.

Evans returned to Saracens colours last weekend against Loughborough Lightning, as she secured her side's fifth try of the afternoon in a hard-fought opening day victory. The backrow admitted that she doesn't score often, so it was "pretty good" to get over the line.

Evans laughed when she described her return to the club as "like a first day back at school," as she returned to the fold, with a number of new faces having already shown what they can do in a Saracens shirt.

There are several new faces in the starting XV again this week, as Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry makes five personnel changes to the side that began the match against Loughborough Lightning.

Hattrick hero May Campbell reverts to the bench for this one, with Scotland international Jodie Rettie taking her place in the front row. She is joined by Jodie Turl and Jeanina Loyola, who starts having made an impact off the bench last weekend.

The second row remains a settled pair, with Fi McIntosh continuing to lead the side. In the backrow, Evans shifts to number 8, with Louise McMillan starting her first game for the club at blindside flanker.

At fly half, Flo Williams starts against her former side following an assured performance off the bench last weekend, whilst Lucy Biggs comes in on the right wing in place of Coreen Grant.

On the bench, The likes of Campbell, Kelsey Clifford and Grace Moore will be looking to make an impact, alongside the returning Kat Evans, who is named in the Saracens squad for the first time since returning from the world cup. There could also be a Saracens debut for recent recruit Mica Evans, should she come off the bench against her former side.

This weekend is a unique one for the club, with a double header at StoneX Stadium. With the men's side taking on Tel Aviv Heat before the women's side face Wasps, Evans took the time to explain how the club operates as one big sporting family.

"It's unbelievable. Saracens have always been so good with aligning us to the men's team and its growing year on year. It's really exciting to showcase us as a collective. We're two different teams but we're one family."

Saracens Women's Team vs Wasps Women

1. Jodie Turl
2. Jodie Rettie
3. Jeani Loyola
4. Fi McIntosh (c)
5. Sophie Tansley
6. Louise McMillan
7. Sharifa Kasolo
8. Georgia Evans
9. Ella Wyrwas
10. Flo Williams
11. Abi Evans
12. Cara Wardle
13. Hannah Casey
14. Lucy Biggs
15. Isla Alejandro

Replacements
16. May Campbell
17. Mica Evans
18. Kelsey Clifford
19. Grace Moore
20. Kat Evans
21. Anna Goodard
22. Katie Johnson
23. Kirsty Exley

Sixnationsr4

Six Nations Wrap | Round Four

It was another pulsating weekend of action for our Saracens Women's stars in the penultimate weekend of the Women's Guinness Six Nations. In Italy, Louise McMillan, Fi McIntosh and Coreen Grant helped Scotland to a first ever away win over Italy, as they moved up to third in the Six Nations table. McMillan started the […]

21.04.24
In association with
City Index City Index
Gloucester News

MATCH REPORT | Saracens Men 46-24 Gloucester Rugby

Saracens Men moved up to second in the Gallagher Premiership after a dominant 46-24 victory over Gloucester Rugby at a sold-out StoneX Stadium. Tom Parton scored the fastest hat trick in Premiership history, crossing for three tries in the first 20 minutes as the Men in Black hit the front and they never looked back […]

20.04.24
In association with
City Index City Index
Rd10react

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 […]

20.04.24
In association with
Shawbrook Shawbrook

Partners

See all partners
cross