Ford in 2012
Burns playing for Gloucester in 2011
Ford playing for Leicester Tigers (2012)

Burns had earlier come on as a replacement for the injured George Ford.

- Freddie Burns

On 14 February 2017, it was announced that George Ford would be moving to former club, Leicester Tigers as part of a swap deal with Freddie Burns, at the end of the season.

- George Ford (rugby union)
Ford in 2012

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Leicester Tigers

Leicester Tigers (officially Leicester Football Club) are a professional rugby union club based in Leicester, England.

Leicester Tigers (officially Leicester Football Club) are a professional rugby union club based in Leicester, England.

Leicester Tigers in 1894
Leicester's match against Racing club de France in February 1923
Geordan Murphy, pictured in 2012, played 322 games for Leicester between 1997 and 2013. He is the most decorated player in the club's history with 8 Premiership titles, 2 European titles and 2 Anglo-Welsh cups.
Tom Croft made his debut in 2006 after coming through the club's academy, he played 173 games before retiring in 2017.
Leicester Tigers playing in the 2008 Premiership Final against Wasps.
Martin Johnson and Graham Rowntree in Tigers traditional colours during the friendly match vs. Bath in 2007.
The North stand

In the final they faced Saracens, Freddie Burns scored an 80th minute drop goal to win the final 15-12 and seal Leicester's 11th English Championship.

George Ford (England, 2017–19, 1 test as co-captain, 4 tests as captain)