Broadstreet Rugby Football Club

Welcome to the official home of Broadstreet Rugby Football Club. The rugby club play their National League III Midlands home games at The Ivor Preece Field in Coventry, England, just off the eastern bypass on Rugby Road. Broadstreet rugby club reguarly run 6 senior rugby club sides affiliated to Warwickshire RFU including colts and junior colts, mini and junior rugby sides from the age of six years old. Our Mini and Junior rugby club coaches are all CRB checked and hold the English RFU seal of Approval.

Broadstreet rugby club Ivor Preece FieldRugby Club Facilities

The club offer some of the best rugby club facilities  for watching and playing rugby in England with a 250 seat stand and clubhouse set in 45 acres of picturesque surroundings. We regularly host schools fixtures, county fixtures, college rugby and our complex and clubhouse bar is open 7 days a week with rugby being played or training sessions on most days. Broadstreet rugby club train Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 PM. Come and learn how to play club rugby with our long established mini and junior section. Four function rooms are available with three available on Match days for corporate rugby events and hospitality. We reguarly host fixtures and sessions for The England 'deaf' rugby side, Coventry Jets American Football team, Coventry And District Union, Warwickshire RFU and Midlands RFU.

Rugby Club Website

Our website is very popular amongst our rugby players and fans. You can register on the Broadstreet rugby club site and log in now to ask questions on the 'Street Talk' forum, post comments under our articles, check out our fixtures, results, latest league table, contact details, buy Broadstreet rugby club kit and meet the teams.

Street Put The Cherry On The Cake.
If winning at Sandbach was the cake and Scunthorpe the icing – this was definitely the cherry on the top! With the league already won and points pressure parked up for now, Broadstreet RFC sought to enjoy the sunshine at South Leicester RFC ’s Welford Road ground and to express themselves with some high risk, high speed, highly entertaining rugby as they posted eleven tries against their sixth-placed hosts in an exciting 73 – 22 romp, writes Bob Harcourt . For ‘Street, scrum half Nick Thatcher,...
England International Rugby At Broadstreet - Sat 26th Apr 14...
International Rugby Union at Broadstreet RFC Rugby Road, Binley Woods, Coventry, CV3 2AY. England versus France. Under 17s and Under 19s on Saturday April 26th 2014. Kick-offs U17s 1:00pm U19s 3:00pm. FREE ADMISSION. Come and enjoy an afternoon of International Rugby at Broadstreet Rugby Club. All are welcome. www.broadstreet-rugby.co.uk
Warwickshire County Championship Fixtures - 2014.
Warwickshire Rugby Football Union. Senior County Championship Fixtures 2014. RFU County Championship Shield. Warwickshire vs Buckinghamshire. Saturday 3rd May at Nuneaton RFC Kick off 3.00 pm. Warwickshire vs Essex. Saturday 10th May at Broadstreet RFC Kick off 3.00 pm. Admission: Adults £5.00. Concessions £3.00. Children 16 & under: Free of charge if accompanied by an adult. Leicestershire vs Warwickshire. Saturday 17th May at Hinckley RFC Kick off 3.00 pm.
‘Street Shuffle Trumps Spirited Scunthorpe.
‘Street put on a second half show in this penultimate National League Three Midlands outing and last home game of the season at the Ivor Preece Field Rugby Ground , to please their loyal supporters; scoring seven well-crafted tries to add to a first half brace for a nine try 57 – 26 win over Lincolnshire visitors Scunthorpe RFC. Despite further depletion in the backs through recent injuries ‘Street’s shuffled squad showed strength of character and a collective spirit in prevailing handsomely ov...
Tommy In Seventh Heaven Title Triumph.
Broadstreet Rugby Football Club, needing four points to secure promotion to National League Two, went the whole hog in racking up an emphatic 46 – 14 maximum five pointer title performance at a sun-blessed Sandbach RUFC with two games still to play. Left winger Tommy Harris ran in five tries; two in the first half and three the second; out of ‘Street’s seven at Sandbach ’s extensive Bradwall Lane base in taking the National League Three (Midlands) title in style writes Bob Harcourt. Sandbach ’s...
Broadstreet Storm Hales’.
‘ Street put the record straight in a 36 – 8 six try maximum points haul with a dominant second half display, in “thrashing” fourth placed Black Country visitors Old Halesonians. After being unkindly described by the Old Boys' constantly ‘bewildered’ scribe as: “one dimensional”, “reliant on forward play” with “invisible backs” and “boring…” when reporting on ‘Street’s 20 - 14 away win last November at Old Halesonians RFC , Mr Fitzgerald’s one-eyed naivety has been well and truly exposed! W ith...
Danny’s Double Does It!
With one win apiece, the season’s third encounter between table-toppers Nuneaton RFC and Broadstreet RFC swayed the visitor’s way at wild and windy Liberty Way, Attleborough, as ‘Street avenged a 13 – 15 home league loss back in November and, with ‘Street’s 12 – 6 Warwickshire Cup Semi-final equalising win on Earlsdon RFC ’s neutral ground in February, the stakes had been set high for this long awaited ‘local bragging rights’ encounter, writes Bob Harcourt . In the end, ‘Street saw off their se...
Street Surge Sinks Salop Scrappers.
Broadstreet Rugby Football Club fight on with another maximum points win in National League Three Midlands over the battling boys from Newport Salop RFC ; but it took a fifteen minute second half surge to sink the plucky travellers and to seize the spoils writes Bob Harcourt . On a pleasant Spring afternoon in perfect conditions for rugby, injuries in the opening ten minutes to number eight Chris Wood and flanker Jamie Harrop took some of the shine off this 41 points to 25 victory, but with pla...
Out On A Limb, ‘Street See Off Lymm.
Last quarter flourish tips the balance in ‘Street’s favour. Having been postponed last week at the end of a long coach trip up the M6 to Cheshire, a second trudge was to be trying in itself, especially with Lymm RFC being expectedly undecided over the playability of their glue pot pitches, but; to ...
Double Dawes Open To Blow Away Longton.
Longton and the elements subdue Street in first half of 18 penalties. A canny cure for challenging conditions was required at Rugby Road in this blustery, freezing, gale force encounter, against a big and robust Longton RFC outfit holding sway at the end of a wind assisted first half. A fine second...
Broadstreet Home And Dry In A Storm.
Street storm Hinckley with nick of time surge to bonus point win. Despite a soft, sodden pitch and atrocious windy and wet weather conditions, Broadstreet RFC overcame strong defiance away at Leicester Road, as they thundered home in the last quarter to take maximum points in a 37 – 9 win over fift...
Happy Chappie Ends Drought.
Second half sortie secures super success away at Syston’s Leicestershire Barkby Road. Broadstreet RFC’s prolific kicker, fly half Lee Chapman , ended his try drought with two well taken touch downs against Syston RFC to add to seventeen points from his trusty boot. Beau Carney and ‘Bruiser’ Ben Daw...
Broadstreet Play Bournville To A Standstill!
Frustrated ‘Street leave it late to grab the maximum in a stop start, sometimes static,contest against one-time front runners Bournville. Back on dry ground after last week’s mud bath, Broadstreet RFC combined forward power; particularly at scrum-time where ‘Street pummelled their opponents, with t...
Broadstreet Take A Mud Bath At Ath.
Broadstreet RFC overcame the conditions and spirited opposition at the Putnoe Woods, Bedfordshire ground of win-less Bedford Athletic RFC , to take maximum points. The wet, windy, muddy conditions threatened to reduce the game to slog mode but to their credit, both sides endeavoured to move the bal...




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Broadstreet Rugby Club, The Ivor Preece Field, 105 Rugby Road, Binley Woods, COVENTRY, Warwickshire. CV3 2AY

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