How do I join the Alleynian Rugby Club?
We are always pleased to welcome new players. Please contact the following to join:
We run five sides on a Saturday as well as a VETS and U21s Team.
To join any of these teams please contact Tim Wood:
Once you have registered, you may also Join our website to receive updates on fixtures, selections & results.
How do I join a Juniors side?
Please come along on a Sunday morning and register at the Clubhouse. We typically train from 10am to noon each Sunday.
If your son or daughter wishes to start playing rugby, all you need to do is bring them along on a Sunday morning and register at the Clubhouse.
Please also download and complete the membership form at the bottom of this page.
You may also Join our website as a parent once you have registered your child. This will allow you to easily receive updates on fixtures & training
Training starts at 10am,so please arrive in time to register them first. They can have a free taster session before you need to pay subscriptions.
We run squads based on the players age on 31 August. Our season runs from the start of September to end April.
If you at aged 5 on 31 August, you will be an U6. We do not accept players under 5. Players cannot play in RFU festivals or fixtures until they are 6. Our U6s play tag rugby.
If you at aged 6 on 31 August, you will be an U7. Our U7s play tag rugby.
If you at aged 7 on 31 August, you will be an U8. Our U8s play tag rugby.
If you are aged 8 on 31 August, you will be an U9. Our U9s will be introduced to contact rugby.
Etc up to players aged 17 on 31 August, who are U18s.
Contacting our coaches or further information
If you wish to contact a coach in advance or need any further information, please see the Team section on our website for the relevant age group (e.g U11s) Please do not use our "contact Us" form for new player enquiries.
Are the coaches qualified?
Yes, although we are a volunteer organisation, we require all our volunteers to complete a Data and Baring Services check “DBS” (the new Criminal Records Bureau” CRB”) and to be appropriately qualified. This includes running RFU courses at the Club to train and develop our coaches.