Saracens F.C.

Saracens Football Club (/ˈsærəsənz/) are an English professional rugby union club based in North London, England. After a year in the RFU Championship, they returned to Premiership Rugby, the first tier of rugby in England, for the current 2021–22 season.

Full nameSaracens Football Club
UnionMiddlesex RFU
Nickname(s)Sarries, The Men in Black, Wolf Pack, Fez Boys
Founded1876; 146 years ago (1876)
LocationHendon, Greater London, England
Ground(s)StoneX Stadium (Capacity: 10,500)
ChairmanNeil Golding
CEOLucy Wray
Director of RugbyMark McCall
Coach(es)Joe Shaw
Captain(s)Owen Farrell
Most appearancesKris Chesney
321 (All Competitions)
Top scorerOwen Farrell
1,548 (All Competitions)
Most triesChris Wyles
74 (All Competitions)
League(s)Premiership Rugby
2020–21RFU Championship, 2nd (promoted)
1st kit
2nd kit
Official website

Established in 1876, the club has spent most of its existence in and around Southgate in the London Borough of Enfield. Since 2012, Saracens have played their home games at Copthall stadium (or StoneX Stadium for sponsorship reasons) in Hendon, in the borough of Barnet. Before this, they played at Vicarage Road in Watford for 15 years. The club's home playing colours are black and red.

Saracens have won 10 major trophies. They were European champions three times, in 2016, 2017 and 2019. They have won the English Premiership five times, most recently in 2019, and won the domestic cup twice in 1998 and 2015. They have also won the second division title three times, in 1989, 1995 and 2021.

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