Worcester Warriors Keyring
The Gilbert Rugby supporters range offers unique designs for each of the teams going head to head in Gallagher Premiership Rugby this year.
Established in 1871, Worcester Rugby Football Club was founded by the cleric Rev Rancis John Eld. The club became known as Worcester Warriors much later in its history after finally being promoted to the Premiership with 26 wins from 26 matches in 2003-2004. After falling behind, Worcester Warriors managed a huge comeback in the 2014-2015 season winning the British and Irish cup which lead them back into the Premiership for the following season.
Introducing the Worcester Warriors Keyring. Based on the Worcester Warriors Replica Ball, this keyring is the perfect memento to show your support for the club you’ve backed through thick and thin. The strong chain and loop attaches easily to your preferred accessory so whether you want to keep track of your keys, or show off your club on your bag, Worcester Warriors will always be with you.
A gift for the ultimate Worcester fan, get the keyring now.
Famous Former Players
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- Tom Wood
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