Broadstreet Rugby Club in Coventry are affiliated to the Warwickshire Rugby Football Union. If you are interested in playing rugby in The Midlands for a great club steeped in tradition and established in 1929 then play rugby in The Midlands for Broadstreet RFC. The club are based on the outskirts of Coventry just off the Eastern bypass connected by great road networks from all over the midlands. If you are looking for contact details for other rugby clubs in the midlands then please check their location out from the listing shown here. Broadstreet RFC have some of the best rugby facilities in The Midlands and reguarly run 6 senior rugby sides and mini and junior rugby from the age of 6 years old. Warwickshire RFU utilise Broadstreets Ivor Preece Centre facilities for meetings / training / fixtures and The Midlands RFU utilise the ground for representative rugby.
Established in 1917 AEI Rugby was formed as a works side for the engineering company BTH (British Thompson Houston), In 1959 BTH merged with Metropolitan Vickers to become (Associated Electrical Industries) AEI and although the AEI company was taken over by GEC in 1967, the club retained its name. The club play their rugby at the GEC Ground, Hillmorton Road, CV22 5AR, Rugby, Warwickshire, UK However their Clubhouse is The Hillmorton Ex Servicemen's Club, High Street, Rugby
Alcester rugby club gained the RFU seal of approval during the season 2009, The club have been doing the usual out of season running repairs on the clubhouse and are looking to fly high in Midlands 4 West South. Alcester's 2nd XV play this season in Warwickshire 5. Alcester RFC are a friendly socialable club in Warwickshire founded in 1959. Their colours are red and black. Alcester RFC also run a second team, occasional vets team and have a thriving mini and junior section.
Ampthill and District Community Rugby Clubs Aim"to be the most ‘professional’ amateur rugby club in England" and make a return to the National 2 North league after a sabatical in National 2 South. Preseason fixtures see's ambitous Ambitous Ampthill taking on Southend on a trip to the coast, hosting Darlington Mowden Park victors of last seasons playoff which Ampthill took so close, with Henley Hawks also paying them a visit. Fans from North and South versions of National League 2 will be keen to see how Ampthill get on having come so close last year in the playoffs after a tough season in Nat ...
When the Club first started to play in 1968 six dedicated rugby enthusiasts, there were no leagues and fixtures were made by gentleman’s agreement. As time went by, the Atherstone Rugby Club secured more fixtures and as rugby developed as a sport, becoming professional, so too did the opportunity to compete in leagues and in cup matches for Atherstone RFC. Atherstone Rugby Club became the home of many young players from the local area, some of whom went on to make their mark in the professional game representing their country and their country