RUGBY AT OUR CLUB
We have teams across all ages, from minis to senior men. We are looking for a group of ladies to form a ladies team
MENS SENIOR RUGBY
Training takes place every Tuesday & Thursday from 7pm. We have an excellent coaching setup and superb facilities including match quality floodlights to train under and a weights room.
Kingston fielded a ladies team for almost 3 years but struggled with numbers last season. We would welcome a group of ladies who will like to form our ladies side. We can offer great facilities including a floodlit pitch.
The Kingston players play touch rugby throughout the off-season. Every Tuesday from 7pm. So if you want to keep your fitness up, or are looking for a new club, it’s a great way to get involved and see how you find the club.
MINI & JUNIOR RUGBY
The minis and Juniors meet every Sunday, training from 10am to noon. The season runs from September to the end of April. All our coaches are RFU trained.
REASONS TO JOIN KINGSTON RUGBY
The No1 club in Kingston upon Thames
Kingston Rugby Club is a very friendly and sociable club. It caters for all ages from minis, junior and senior rugby. All training sessions are run by our RFU qualified coaches across all ages.
3 pitches, floodlit pitch for training & evening matches, weights room
Great senior setup & qualified coaches for all ages
Two storey clubhouse with large functionroom and players bar
An vibrant social scene for both the senior players and social members, as well as the mini and junior section
All the latest news at Kingston Rugby Club
After a rampant first season at Kingston, Sam showed great passion, desire and leadership to win him many trophies at the end of season awards dinner. He was one of the keys players week-in week-out pushing the team to win promotion last season. With this in mind he has last week been appointed Vice Captain(pack
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The club is looking for new players. Training is taking place every Tuesday & Thursday from 7pm. All new players are welcome, so if you are 17 or over and are keen to play some rugby, get in touch/ or just turn up to one of the sessions. The league season starts 21st September. We are
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Kingston Vets travelled to KCS for their quarter final match. Captained by Alan Ockenden. Many of our favourite old boys put their boots back on.
Kingston RFC held their first evening game on Tuesday 19th September against Kingston University. The installation of the new match-quality floodlights has now been completed and it is exciting times for Kingston who will look to hold regular evening matches throughout the season, including several vets games.
Kingston RFC held another successful tag rugby afternoon! The day was a great success with many of our male and female players taking part. On a beautiful summer’s day, the sausages were sizzling on the barbecue and the post tournament drinks were flowing. The club is looking to put on some more tag rugby events
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Kingston Rugby Club has launched a new tag rugby evening aimed at both men and women of all standards. It takes place every Wednesday evening from 7pm and will run all year. (The club is having new floodlights installed in May). It is a very sociable, fun evening and we have a wide variety of
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Kingston will soon have new £50,000 match quality floodlights installed for the new season, transforming senior training. After receiving funding from the RFU and the London Marathon Charity Trust, the new floodlights will light the clubs training pitch creating a superb environment to train under. It will enable full training matches to take place in perfect
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It has been one season since Kingston Rugby Club installed drainage in their training pitch. The results have been incredible, providing a training pitch with a great playing surface even during the wettest months. It means senior training remains productive and the days of trudging around a muddy field are history. In May 2017, this
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