Founded in 1865, Bath Rugby is one of the oldest and most successful professional rugby union clubs in existence. The Club plays in the Aviva Premiership league and have won England’s domestic competition, the Anglo-Welsh Cup, the Heineken Cup and European Challenge Cup.
Bath Rugby plays at the Recreation Ground, also known as "The Rec", sitting under the shadow of Bath Abbey, right in the centre of the historic city of Bath, South West England. The Club recently adopted Farleigh House, a listed building to the South of the city built in 1820, as their new training headquarters, which is currently in the process of being developed into an elite centre for high-performance.
Bath Rugby is one of the best known and most successful rugby union clubs in the country and the players, coaches and analysts are continually seeking new ways to improve and ensure the squad achieve success. Competing in the European Rugby Champions Cup, the Aviva Premiership and the LV= Cup, Bath Rugby must ensure that they are consistently at the top of their game. Performance analysis is crucial in ensuring each player takes ownership of his performance and is central to the Club’s vision of becoming a high-performance team.
Bath Rugby look to continually drive performance improvement both individually and as a team. The Club therefore required the technology that would enable them to execute performance analysis and address key components of their development plan, and to be able to do this anytime, anywhere.