Rugby Union

The enjoyment, safety and education of children in rugby union is vital to the sustainability of the game. Finding the most appropriate introduction for young players into rugby union is the most important issue, and the RFU is committed to helping this happen. Sampling rugby in a safe environment is the first step so this section of the site can help you find out more about rugby in schools, help you discover your nearest club with a dedicated mini and youth structure, and allow you to see the RFU’s commitment to safeguarding children. As a young player’s interest develops there is information on learning the rules and values of rugby and how to join the RFU’s Junior Supporters Club.

Children are often introduced to the game of rugby at school, with tagand touch the usual first ports of call. The RFU strives to ensure that the level of coaching is of a high standard and that the game is played in an enjoyable manner. As children get older and improve their skills they can move towards the more competitive seven or 15-a-side forms of the game. There is no limit to how far children can go, but the foundations are crucial, which is where schools come in. For further information on how to make your school more proactive when it comes to rugby contact our offices on 0121 678 8844 or you can e-mail us on Hello@city-north.com

Rugby Sessions:

Day Cost  Time Who Where Activator
Mondays    - 7pm - 9pm Students Only The Maltings, 165 Granville Street, Birmingham, B1 1JY Shaun Ally/Steven Mroso
Fridays    - 6:30pm - 8pm Students Only The Maltings, 165 Granville Street, Birmingham, B1 1JY Shaun Ally/Steven Mroso

 

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