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The squad have returned to the Twyford Avenue Training Ground for the start of pre-season training as they begin to prepare for the 2014/15 season.
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A strong contingent from Wasps attended the funeral of Doreen and #39;Dor and #39; Collis, held at Mortlake Crematorium on the afternoon of Friday, 4th of July.
Director of Rugby Dai Young has moved to add John Yapp to his squad ahead of the 2014/15 season.
Wasps today confirmed that centre Charlie Hayter leaves the Club this month to take up an England Sevens contract.
London Wasps and #8217; Nikki Worsdell is among the eight nominees for the inaugural Community Champion Award.
Players and staff at Wasps were saddened to learn of the passing of Doreen Collis this weekend.
There will be four Wasps representing England this weekend, with two in the senior side to play New Zealand and two in the U20 squad for the JWC Final.
Dai Young and Chris Bell give their reaction to the European Rugby Champions Cup draw.
Read about our Community Team and #39;s visit to Home Park
London Wasps topped the Aviva Premiership and #8217;s viewing figures, with 276,000 people tuning into the fixture against Leicester Tigers at Adams Park in October.
London Wasps today confirmed that fly half Joe Carlisle and number 8 Rory Pitman are to leave the Club this month.
England have named their team for Saturday and #8217;s 1st Test in the Steinlager Series against New Zealand at Eden Park.
London Wasps have today confirmed their Senior Academy squad for the 2014/15 season
With domestic action finished for the season, Wasps fans can still get their fix, with a number of Wasps in action around the world this summer.
Reaction from Andy Goode, Joe Launchbury and Ashley Johnson after the 20-6 over Stade Francais.
Stade Français 6-20 Wasps; Wasps win 50-35 on aggregate Pascal Papé claimed the visitors had greater desire to winLess than two seasons after warding off the twin threats of relegation and even …
Wasps flanker James Haskell was in a bullish mood after Saturday’s victory over Stade Francais as he called for a new era of success for the Aviva Premiership club
London Wasps have booked a place in next year’s Rugby Champions Cup by beating Stade Francais 6-20 in Paris.
Stade Francais 6 and #8211; 20 London Wasps (35-50 Aggregate)
Wasps have taken the 20th and final place among Europe’s elite next season after seeing off Stade Francais with a stirring second-leg win. The Premiership side edged last week’s first leg at Adams Park 30-29 but arrived in Paris as underdogs to complete the line-up for next season’s European Champions Cup.
Stade Français 6-20 Wasps Wasps win play-off 50-35 on aggregateWasps have taken the 20th and final place among Europes elite next season after seeing off Stade Français with a stirring 20-6 …
Wasps booked their place in next season’s inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup thanks to a 20-6 win over Stade Francais in Paris, a result which saw them take the play-off 50-35 overall
Wasps have confirmed back-row forward Guy Thompson has signed a new contract with the club ahead of next season
London Wasps are pleased to confirm Guy Thompson has joined the long list of players who have re-signed with the Club.
Dai Young looks ahead to the second leg of the European Rugby Champions Cup play-off this weekend in Paris.
Read on to find out about London Wasps and #39; support of one of the biggest school Tag Rugby festivals in the country
Read about our European Challenge Cup Experience at Adams Park Stadium
The bell is about to toll on rugbys main European competition after 19 seasons and picking 10 highlights is no easy taskThey think its all over. It will …
And so it came to pass that in the first days after the revolution that changed the face of European rugby for ever, two members of the old Heineken Cup aristocracy squared up to each other in pursuit of a meaningful place in the new order. Wasps, twice winners of the northern hemisphere’s most sought-after title, and Stade Français, who should have reached the summit in 1999 and might easily have done so two years later, must do it all over again in Paris in five days’ time and if the Londoners are not to end up down and out, they will have to man the barricades with a passion.