Leicester Tigers and England Rugby have revealed that Manu Tuilagi will not be considered for selection for the England squad.Read the full story ›
Manu Tuilagi will not take part in this year's Rugby World Cup after admitting assaulting a police officer.Read the full story ›
Leicester Tigers are planning an £8 million redevelopment of their Welford Road stadium.
A new three-storey stand will replace the old clubhouse and boost capacity to more than 26,000.
Construction will start in May.
Leicester Tigers has launched its own foundation to use rugby to get more people involved with the sport.
It is particularly aimed at getting women, ethnic minorities and people with disabilities to take part, as well as encouraging and inspiring young people to learn new skills outside of the classroom.
He made 274 appearances for the Tigers, during which he won six Premiership and two European titles.Read the full story ›
Northampton Saints take on their arch rivals Leicester Tigers in the LV Cup tomorrow.
Both sides come off the back of humiliating defeats in Europe and they will both be without many of their international stars.
Alan Dickens, Northampton Saints coach, says it's always a great game against their rivals.
England internationals Dan Cole and Tom Youngs, and Argentinian International Marcos Ayerza have all signed new long-term contracts at Leicester Tigers.
Cole and Youngs both came through the Tigers academy, and Ayerza has been with the club since 2006.
Between them, they have made more than 400 club appearances and 120 Test caps.
Director of rugby Richard Cockerill said he was delighted the club have secured their signatures.
Leicester Tigers have announced England World Cup winner Ben Kay's appointment to the club's board of directors.
Former second-row forward Kay made 281 appearances for the Tigers between 1999 and his retirement four years ago, winning six league titles and back-to-back Heineken Cups.
And during a 62-cap England career he played in two World Cup finals, highlighted by the 2003 extra-time triumph against Australia in Sydney. Kay also made two Test appearances for the 2005 British and Irish Lions.
Leicester executive chairman, Peter Tom, said: "Ben brings with him the experience of more than 10 years as a Leicester player and as a rugby international.
"He has a deep knowledge of the professional game, and we look forward to his contribution as a Leicester director."
Leicester Tigers suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of Bath, losing 45 - 0 in the Aviva Premiership.
Both sides were unbeaten going into the match, but it was Bath who emerged the clear winners, against a Tigers side who were without centres Manu Tuilagi and Anthony Allen. The pair were injured in the build-up to the match.