Login

Brad Barritt

Saracens Captain
Co-founder tiki tonga coffee roasters
Position Centre
Debut vs Gloucester (16/11/08)
Sponsor Peter Rabin Dental Surgery
D.O.B 08/07/86
International Honours England, British & Irish Lions

Brad Barritt has been the cornerstone of Saracens’ Wolfpack defence since 2008.

The South African-born centre joined the club from Super Rugby outfit the Sharks over a decade ago and his relentless defensive efforts, granite-like toughness and outstanding work rate have endeared him with the Sarries supporters.

Barritt is just the second ever captain to lift the European Cup three times.

Winning Player of the Season award in 2009/10, Barritt assumed the club captaincy in the summer of 2016 after deputising for Alistair Hargreaves on several occasions, leading the Men in Black to a second European title in his first season in the role.

Two Premiership winners’ medals and a further Heineken Champions Cup have followed under his leadership with the latter accolade coming in a man-of-the-match display against Leinster in May 2019.

On the international stage, Barritt represented South Africa U21 and the Emerging Springboks before earning a full England cap in 2012 before touring Australia with the British & Irish Lions a year later.

Outside of rugby, he has a qualification in Business Management and owns a coffee company Tiki Tonga Coffee Roasters – Saracens’ official coffee supplier.

Match Report: Racing 92 19-15 Saracens Men

A courageous Saracens performance was undone by a late Racing 92 try in the Heineken Champions Cup semi-final at the Paris La Defense Arena.

Our promise to members has not changed

Following the Government’s announcement earlier this week in relation to no crowds at sports events, due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, we wanted to reassure all our seasonal members that our promise to you has not changed.

Big European Preview: Racing 92 vs Saracens Men

Saracens face Racing 92 in Paris for the second time this season after reaching the Heineken Champions Cup semi-final with victory over Leinster.

Team News: Racing 92 vs Saracens Men

Saracens Director of Rugby Mark McCall has named an unchanged 23 for the Heineken Champions Cup semi-final against Racing 92.

It’s something I came here for – Daly

Elliot Daly says reaching the latter stages of the Heineken Champions Cup was a contributing factor for him joining Saracens.

McIntosh signs for Saracens Women

Saracens Women is delighted to announce the signing of Richmond forward Fi McIntosh.

Taylor craving Leinster feeling

Duncan Taylor has been involved in some big games for Saracens over the years and the centre has described last Saturday’s win over Leinster as one of the best.

Swords returns to Saracens Women

Saracens Women is delighted to welcome back Emma Swords to the club.

Harrison commits to Saracens Women

Saracens Women is delighted to announce England international Zoe Harrison has committed herself to the club.

Chairman applauds very special group

I hope that this finds all our supporters safe, well and as energised as I am after that wonderful performance [...]

Partners
Partners