Warriors' breath-taking win over Saracens and the open brand of rugby favoured by Newport Gwent Dragons promise a feast of rugby when the Welshmen visit Sixways for the final EDF Energy Cup Group D clash on Saturday (3pm).
The club is handing an early Christmas present to the young supporters and rugby wannabes who've made the club's Community Development programme a big success.
Among the Stars and Starlets fun starting at mid-day, young fans from Warriors' 14 junior partner clubs will have a chance to meet club mascot Maximus and some of their first-team heroes, thend take part in a competition to find the loudest set of young fans.
They'll also have the chance to measure their skills, have a photo taken with the players and have a complimentary Club Yearbook signed, and vie to win an exclusive Warriors training session.
To make it an even more family-friendly day, junior tickets will be only £5.50, with adult tickets at half price. What's more, any club groups of 50 or over will receive £100 for their club or school. As usual, the match is included in debenture and season ticket packages, as is the visit of Albi on Saturday, December 9. Otherwise, tickets bought in advance for the ERC Challenge Pool 5 match are half-price.
Finally, ticket sales for the Guinness Premiership clashes with London Irish - on Friday, December 22 (8pm) - and Harlequins - on Wednesday, December 27 (8pm) - have been brisk since Warriors' victory at Saracens last Sunday.
To add your voice to the thousands cheering the boys on, make sure you book soon. To buy tickets, call 0870 990 5650 or book online.
Warriors youngsters Huw Taylor and Jack Singleton will start for England in the World Rugby Under 20 Championship final against Ireland this Saturday night at Sale Sharks' AJ Bell Stadium (kick-off 7pm).
Worcester Warriors Chief Executive Jim O'Toole has dismissed suggestions made in a national newspaper that the Club is pulling back on its long-term financial commitment to become an established Aviva Premiership Club.