Gloucester (6) 29
Tindall missed out on the World Cup because of his broken leg
Tries: Simpson-Daniel, Azam, Tindall
Pens: Lamb 3
Worcester (0) 7
Mike Tindall completed a fairytale comeback with a try as Guinness Premiership leaders Gloucester romped to victory over Worcester.
The England centre was ruled out of the World Cup, but returned on the day that Kingsholm unveiled a new £10m stand.
A record crowd of 15,781 watched a scrappy first half before James Simpson-Daniel cut loose to score.
Olivier Azam bundled over from a catch and drive and then Marcel Garvey gifted Tindall the sweetest score of the game.
Gloucester boss Dean Ryan (on the new stand at Kingsholm)
"This is a significant step forward for the club.
"Everybody should be aware that there has been masses of work to get this game on. We knew it was a tight deadline, so credit to everybody.
"I'm pleased we played a part to make it a bit of a party."
Worcester coach Mike Ruddock
"We made a fantastic clean line-break before losing possession and Gloucester scored. One pass let us down.
"I felt we drove well, but were prevented from getting too much reward. It's a balance between mixing the game up and keeping it tight as well.
"You could argue that Gloucester should have had a sin-binning when you could see them coming around mauls offside."
Gloucester: Morgan; Simpson-Daniel, Tindall, Allen, Bailey; Lamb, Prendergast; Wood, Azam, Nieto, Buxton (capt), Brown, Strokosch, Hazell, Narraway.
Replacements: Titterrell, Califano, Pendlebury, Balding, Lewis, Walker.
Worcester: Drahm; Delport, Rasmussen, Feaunati, Garvey; Brown, Powell; Morris, Fortey, Taumoepeau, Murphy, Gillies, Hickey, Sanderson (capt), Horstmann
Replacements: Windo, Gotting, Bowley, Quinnell, Powell, Tucker, Pennell.