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.
The 100,000th supporter is set to walk through the turnstiles at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow for Wasps' sixth game since moving to Coventry.Read the full story ›
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 ›
Two lanes closed and long delays due to accident, seven vehicles involved on M1 Northbound between J18 A5 / A428 (Rugby) and J19 M6 / A14 (Catthorpe Interchange), congestion on M1 to J16 A45 / A4500 (Daventry).
One lane closed and slow traffic due to accident and recovery work on M6 Northbound between J1 A426 (Rugby / Lutterworth) and J2 M69 / A46 (Coventry).
Fans are being asked to arrive early for Wasps' first home game at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
More than 27,000 people are expected for the clash with London Irish - a record for a regular Premiership game.
Dozens of people in Rugby turned out to protest against plans to build more than 60 new homes on a recreational site and park.
Families with children and dogs joined together at Oakfield Recreation Ground site this morning to show their strength of feeling.
Residents say they are concerned about the impact a housing development would have on traffic and schools, and say it's the only place for their children to play.
In a statement Heart of England Co-operative Society, who own the land, say they are acutely aware of the strength of feeling amongst local residents and say discussions are continuing and, as yet, no planning application has been submitted.
England Women's rugby team have been awarded the Freedom of Rugby Borough today in recognition for winning the 2014 Rugby World Cup.
A special ceremony was held at Rugby town hall to honour the team, followed by a civic reception.
England beat Canada 21-9 in the final earlier this year.
England Women's rugby team will be awarded the Freedom of Rugby Borough today in recognition for winning the 2014 Rugby World Cup.
A special ceremony will be held at Rugby town hall today to honour the team, followed by a civic reception.
England beat Canada 21-9 in the final.
The team will also unveil a special plaque to commemorate their achievement.
The England men's rugby team were awarded the honour in 2004 following their 2003 World Cup triumph.
The development of the women's game has been incredible to watch, culminating in winning the world cup and turning professional earlier this year.
As the birthplace of the game this is an achievement that we want to recognise and honour, and the highest award that we can give is the Freedom of the Borough of Rugby.