Premiership Women's Rugby
Allianz is the title partner for the PWR, the top tier of the women's English rugby union domestic league system in England run by the RFU.
The partnership allows us to support the RFU in building a diverse and sustainable future for rugby, focusing on raising awareness and interest of the women’s game. The Premier 15s competition consists of 10 teams participating in the league over a 18 rounds.
Allianz Premiership Women's Rugby 2023/2024 league kicks off on Saturday 18 November. We are excited to welcome Leicester Tigers Women and Trailfinders Women to the competition. You can find all fixture details
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Gloucester-Hartbury set out to denfend their first ever title after beating Exeter Chiefs 34-19 in the final of the 2022-23 season.
The championship also welcomes two new teams, Ealing Tailfinders and Leicester Tigers who will no doubt be hoping to hit the ground running.
Latest news, tickets and the league table are available through the links below.
The Allianz Cup kicked-off in 2021, featuring the same ten teams playing in the Allianz PWR. The teams are placed into two pools, based on their final standings in the previous PWR season.
Each team will then play two home, and two away games against the other teams within their pool. The top two teams within their pools then progress to the semi-finals, and then final where the successful team will become champions.
The Cup will allow more squad players within the PWR teams to get some game time, as there are no pauses for international breaks or competitions.
2023/24 Pool Stage
Allianz Inner Warrior
The grassroots programme, Allianz Inner Warrior, encourages girls and women into sport through community rugby. The programme is a series of rugby fitness training camps that are run by clubs across the country. Designed to introduce rugby to those who have never played before and a chance to try a new sport, and to help clubs recruit players in to their women’s clubs. Since its creation 3 years ago, over 20,000 women across the country have attended Inner Warrior camps.
We see the numbers of viewers and participants of women's rugby at grassroots and league level increasing and we want to be there supporting the next generation of female sporting stars. Supporting Allianz Inner Warrior allows us and the RFU to increase awareness and interest in the sport, and allows there to be a future talent pipeline. From women and girls taking part in Allianz Inner Warrior it opens up future talent and players for Allianz Premier 15s, and even England Red Roses. We want to support the whole journey of players.