It’s Calendar Time And The Warwick Rowers Are Back As Sport Allies.

And the battle begins to find out who will get your order and the honor of being your calendar for 2017.  Many of the ones we review would get my credit card numbers, but unfortunately none could hang at work.  Last year was the lego calendar and this next year will be the Patriots.

If you could hang any calendar at work, would the Warwick Rowers be on your wall?  Here is their teaser video for the 2017 offering of their bums.





Of course they are not doing all of this for your enjoyment alone.  There is money to be raised. Big loads of cash are needed to help the boys help you look at their posteriers. 

Have you bought one in the past or do you just hit replay on their videos?  After at least three years of enjoying the rowers, maybe we should send some cash their way, dontcha think?


The Warwick Rowers are university athletes who fundraise for their club and for Sport Allies, to challenge homophobia in sport.

Crowdfunding is an important part of how we produce our calendars, films and everything else. To help us out, please go here:

We are probably best known around the world for our naked calendars, but we’re also a real sports team, and have produced Olympic and world class competitive rowers.

Every summer we come up with great deals and unique offers that make it possible for us to cover our production costs and get the best value from our suppliers, so that as much money as possible can go to good causes.

This year, we have created more and better content than ever before! Our crowdfunder gives you great deals on our best calendar ever, our hottest films to date and, following the success of our first coffee table book last year, a brand new book that is our boldest and most daring venture yet! Plus you can get all of our existing content at unbeatable prices. All for a limited period – our crowdfunder rewards will end on 23 October. Normal prices will apply in our shops after the Crowdfunder has ended.

As well as helping the students with their sport, it's raising funds and awareness to support Sport Allies, a new programme developed by the rowers themselves in partnership with a registered charity, Educational Action Challenging Homophobia.

Sport Allies is dedicated to challenging homophobia and bullying among young people. The rowers are predominantly straight men who have welcomed and embraced the fantastic support they have had from the gay community for their fundraising efforts. Sport Allies is their way of honoring that support and giving something back. The rowers will share with young people their own experience of learning to understand the challenges that others face, simply on the grounds of their sexuality, and how this has changed these athletes both as individuals and as a team.


What do you think?