RUGBY fans can enjoy VIP treatment when Worcester Warriors and Acorns Children’s Hospice host their annual charity matchday this month.

Acorns and Warriors have teamed up to help fund the charity’s work caring for life limited and life threatened children.

The fundraiser, which is taking place on Saturday, February 15, will see Warriors face off against Bath Rugby at Sixways Stadium in the Gallagher Premiership.

Ticketholders will also be able to enjoy a Q&A with Warriors legends, a meal and the chance to win some prizes in the comfort of the Acorns charity lounge.

Amy Deakin, partnership fundraising manager at Acorns, said: “This is the ultimate rugby experience. You’ll get to see two of the region’s biggest clubs go head to head and enjoy the atmosphere of the North Stand as well as dine in style in our charity lounge – all while raising money for a fantastic cause.

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“We have such an incredible partnership with Warriors and we’re so grateful to the club and supporters, who get behind us time and time again, especially as we rely on the local community to raise the majority of the funds we need to continue our work caring for children and families.”

Warriors managing director, Peter Kelly said: “Acorns does incredible work in helping children across the region, and as a club we are extremely proud to support the charity with a fundraiser when we welcome Bath to Sixways next month.

“We are really looking forward to the Charity Matchday and I’m sure everyone will get right behind this great organisation to help make a big difference.”

A limited number of Charity Lounge tickets, which include a one-course meal and exclusive access to the lounge, are priced at £35 for adults, £25 for children (under 15) and £20 for season ticket holders.

Standing tickets are also available priced at £20 for adults, £15 for children.

To book your matchday tickets visit, call 01564 825023 or email