Wasps is one of the most recognised clubs in the world of rugby union and they have a proud long and successful history stretching over 150 years. Currently Wasps compete in the Aviva Premiership, the European Rugby Champions Cup and the LV= Cup.
Wasps have an extremely successful history and have won the biggest competitions in English and European rugby on numerous occasions. Wasps have won the European Champions Cup twice and the English Premiership on six occasions. Three of these wins came on consecutive years from 2003-2005.
The 2014-15 season saw Wasps finish 6th. Andy Goode was the Premiership's top scorer, ending the season with 240 points.
Things improved for Wasps in the 2015-16 season, with them finishing 3rd in the league. They lost their play-off semi-final with eventual runners-up Exeter Chiefs.
Wasps finished 1st in the 2016-17 regular season. Despite this success, Wasps went on to lose to Exeter Chiefs in the play-off final, having beaten Leicester in the semi-final.
In the 2017-18 regular season, Wasps finished 3rd. They faced Saracens in the semi-final play-off, but lost 57-33. The 2017-18 season marked 150 years since the foundation of Wasps Rugby Football Club and was celebrated with an anniversary game against Bath Rugby.