Login

Ian Peel

Coach Forwards/Set Piece Coach

Ian Peel joined Saracens as Forwards Coach in December 2015 following a spell as England Under-20s Head Coach.

“We’re always striving to get better. We want to stay one step ahead, keep innovating.”

The former Newcastle Falcons forward has been involved with the national age-grade side for two years, firstly as an assistant, and won the Junior World Championship in successive years (2013 and 2014) as well as reaching the 2015 final.

He also led England to the 2015 U20 Six Nations title having finished runners-up the season before.

Peel, alongside Alex Sanderson and Joe Shaw, headed to New Zealand in 2017 to further develop their knowledge and his set-piece defence ideas were used by Super Rugby franchise Crusaders in their final victory over the Lions.

Set-piece is a key part of Saracens’ game and Peel has been instrumental in the club’s success at the line-out and scrum time.

As a player, Peel made 122 Premiership appearances for Newcastle going on to coach the Falcons’ Academy side in his first position away from the field. He also had stints with National One side Tynedale and at Sedbergh School and Barnard Castle – both renowned rugby schools that have produced a number of England internationals.

Statement from Professional Game Board

Statement from the Professional Game Board
Chris Booy, Professional Game Board Chair said: “A meeting of the Professional Game Board was held today (21/05/20) which incorporates representatives of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) Premiership Rugby, Rugby Players Association (RPA) and Championship Clubs.

Saracens Face Coverings

Saracens is proud to launch bespoke face coverings that supporters can pre-order today.

The Saracens-branded coverings are priced at £9.99 with all profits split between the NHS and the Saracens Sport Foundation.

Head of Retail, Charlie Price, said: “This is a unique opportunity for fans to show the Saracens colours with pride, whilst supporting to two fantastic charities.

“It is important to note that these face coverings do not provide a replacement for medical grade Personal Protect

Premiership Rugby Update

Premiership Rugby Limited has released a statement following today’s announcement from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) regarding elite sport, as follows:

Commit your commute

2020 has been a tough year for everyone, and the Saracens Sport Foundation have suffered like many other charities as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. As a small community charity, they rely on face to face fundraising events and challenges, which have been postponed or cancelled.

COVID-19 TICKET INFORMATION

We are currently working with Premiership Rugby and other clubs to reschedule the games impacted by the postponement of the Premiership season due to Coronavirus, including The Showdown at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Maro Itoje – Lockdown Stories

As lockdown continues, one of the biggest changes to every day life has been schools temporarily closing and all education moving to home schooling.

Play Fortnite in the Rugby Club Esports Cup!

You can play in our squad against other Premiership Rugby clubs alongside professional rugby and Fortnite players in the Rugby Club Esports Cup

Live stream match report: Saracens 57-33 Wasps

Saracens made their fourth Premiership final in five years as they beat Wasps in a record-breaking semi-final.  Owen Farrell kicked […]

Housemates Q&A: Nick Tompkins and Ali Crossdale

Saracens duo Nick Tompkins and Ali Crossdale are housemates and are currently living in lockdown together. Gaming, training and activity […]

Saracens partner with Compassion London to help feed London’s needy

Saracens is delighted to announce a partnership with charity Compassion London which will see its Allianz Park catering facilities used […]

401: Unauthorized

Partners
Partners