Mourad Boudjellal appears to have put an end to the chances of Steffon Armitage joining Bath, claiming the back row will stay in Toulon.
Fresh from dishing out a record defeat to Leicester Tigers last weekend, Bath's Peter Stringer is buzzing ahead of Northampton.
Leicester boss Richard Cockerill admitted his side lost to a superior team after Saturday's 45-0 defeat to Bath at the Recreation Ground....
Fewer rivalries in the English game hold more history or bad blood than Bath verus Leicester, with the pair clashing at the Rec on...
Premiership Rugby has confirmed salary cap changes and home-grown player incentives in the Aviva Premiership from 2015/16's season.
Bath scored seven tries in a thrilling high-scoring encounter at The Rec with Premiership newcomers London Welsh, winning 53-26.
Sale fly-half Danny Cipriani will make his 100th appearance in the Aviva Premiership when the Sharks host Bath in their opener on Saturday....
According to reports in Australia, scrum-half Will Genia looks set to head to the Aviva Premiership after the World Cup to join Bath....
Bath's Mike Ford reveals the coaching staff at the club only signed one-year extensions in order to keep proving themselves.
Bath owner Bruce Craig has revealed that post-Rugby World Cup signings have already been secured for the 2015/2016 season.
Bath winger Semesa Rokoduguni has signed a one-year extension to his contract that will keep him at the Rec until 2016.
Aviva Premiership champions, Northampton Saints, will kick off the new season at Franklin's Gardens against Gloucester.
Highly promising young lock Will Spencer has agreed to stay with Bath Rugby until at least the end of the 2015/16 season.
Worcester wing Tom Biggs has revealed that missing out on selection with England led to him leaving Bath at the end of the season.
Bath's coaching team have signed new deals and the club has added former Dragons coach Darren Edwards to the backroom staff.
Newcastle Falcons front-row Grant Shiells will join Bath next season, adding to their options on the loosehead side of the scrum.
Exeter Chiefs have announced that Ireland second-row Ryan Caldwell has joined Sandy Park from Aviva Premiership rivals Bath.