This season, league sponsor Aviva is partnering with the University of Bath to scientifically prove which Aviva Premiership club has the league's most passionate rugby fans, and settle the debate once and for all!
The research team will visit six Aviva Premiership matches during the season to collect psychological and physiological data from a section of supporters: measuring their heart rate, noise, anxiety and testosterone levels during the match.
And the research team kick off the project at the Gloucester Rugby vs Bath Rugby match on Saturday 24th September.
If you fancy representing your club and being a guinea pig for the day, all you need to do is email firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Gloucester fans' in the title, along with your name, age, address and a sentence or two explaining why you are Gloucester's most passionate fans.
Aviva are giving the chosen fans a free ticket to the match, so what are you waiting for?
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