The support of each of the club’s partners throughout the pandemic has been even more vital at a time when match day and stadium revenues have been halted.
The commitment of partnerships allows Tigers to resource not only the playing squad but also continue its important role in the community.
Nuffield Health will play an important role in supporting the playing and coaching set-up for the squad providing relevant hospital services as well as access to their gym and leisure facilities.
The company are a registered charity with the objective to advance, promote and maintain health and healthcare of all descriptions and to prevent, relieve and cure sickness and ill health of any kind, all for the public benefit.
Mark Davies, head of business development at Leicester Tigers, said: “Partnerships like this are exactly what this arm of the sporting world is about. By working with trusted providers to help support the playing squad, we will hope to see the benefits of the partnership in action.”
Over the last 60 years, Nuffield has grown to now service 31 award-winning hospitals, 113 fitness and wellbeing clubs, healthcare clinics, and over 200 workplace wellbeing services.
Hospital Director Tony Yates Said: "We are delighted with our new partnership with Leicester Tigers. Nuffield Health Leicester Hospital is part of the UK's largest healthcare charity, our hospital is well-positioned to provide excellent care to players and staff from one of the rugby unions most iconic clubs. Helping Leicester Tigers to be successful is our aim and privilege."