Conference Centre

The Ivor Preece Centre is Broadstreet RFC's impressive conference venue in Coventry

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Broadstreet RFC have many representative rugby games as well as our own home teams


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Training Rooms

Our conference rooms are also ideal for training rooms in Warwickshire

Club Officials


Don Branston

Hon. President
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Garry Watts

Hon. Chairman
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Simon Skene

Hon. Secretary

Pete Garlick

Hon. Treasurer
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Chris Harrison

Social Secretary
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Danny Rowan

Hon. Fixture Secretary
Broadstreet enjoyed a bumper weekend as the Easter break kicked off with 2 brilliant Broadstreet victories which could possibly make the 16/17 season one of the club’s most successful ever. The 1 st XV, sat uncomfortably at the top of the table, had to travel to one of their closest league rivals, Peterborough Lions. Peterborough’s blistering form, having lost only once since November, had put them in contention for promotion and with Sheffield and Nuneaton hot on Broadstreet’s heels, nothing less than a bonus point victory would maintain the 2 point cushion at the top. Broadstreet Colts were...
Its coming to that vital part of the season and there is still a lot of interest for Broadstreet RFC Colts XV, The side have come through our successful mini and junior rugby setup and managed to stay together. This is due to the commitment of all of the coaches, players, parents and various assistants associated with the side. The colts XV face their second successive Warwickshire Colts final to be played at Coventry Rugby Clubs Butts Park Arena on Monday 10th April with a 19:30 Kick off, please make that extra special effort to get down to the ground and cheer on the lads. The dedication of...
John Bird (Birdie) a regular at the club and a gent who volunteered on the grounds passed away Friday 3rd March He drank (Guinness) at Broadstreet RFC 6 days a week for around 10 years and was well known and liked by many of the regulars
It is with deep sadness that I have to tell you of the death of KIM TABERER 1955 - 2017 - AGE 61 Incredible is the only word to describe Kim, who passed away on Saturday 11th February in Georgetown, Ontario, Canada following a courageous and brave battle against cancer. He will be sadly missed by his wife, Liz, who revelled in mutual adoration with him for the last 15 years. Also, his second daughter, Ashley, his first Grandson, Joseph, and step-daughters & Grandbabies, his loving brother, Ian, will always remember him as the strongest man in mind and body anyone could know. Liz's extended fa...
Leicester Vipers Colts 14 Broadstreet Colts 32 Broadstreet Colts travelled to Leicester Vipers where we have fallen short on our last few encounters despite putting in a good performance. Todays’ game started with us kicking off, the opposition caught the ball and passed it out to their backs from the initial ruck. Broadstreet put their back line under pressure and instantly won a penalty from some excellent Jackalling. Miles as captain instantly pointed at the posts, for Jay West to convert giving us a 3.0 lead within the first couple of minutes. Broadstreet quickly from a series of play gai...
Broadstreet Rugby Football Club are holding a Former Players Lunch prior to the National League 3 Midlands fixture against Birmingham and Solihull Bees on the 21st January. We are serving up Two tasty courses at 12.45 @ £15 which includes entry to the match which is extremely good value. We expect some Wasps 1st team squad to join us for the lunch, with the Wasps academy team also playing at the Ivor Preece Field due to kick off at 6pm on pitch 1 following our match. Somehow we are squeezing a singer into the days schedule, for after the match. Limited tables available 1st come 1st served bas...
World Rugby’s new law application and sanctions to improve safety with head contact World Rugby has further strengthened its commitment to injury prevention by announcing details of a zero-tolerance approach to reckless and accidental head contact in the sport. While injuries in the game are not on the rise, the federation continues to be proactive in furthering evidence-based strategies to reduce injury risk for all players. In a change to law, World Rugby has redefined illegal (high) tackle categories and increased sanctions to deter high tackles via a law application guideline. This will a...

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