Rugby classes in your local area

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Has the Six Nations given your kids rugby fever? Our Local editors recommend the best rugby clubs across the UK - perfect for budding Dylan Hartleys

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East of England

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Rugbytots Wymondham / Diss / Norwich

A specifically designed play programme using the multiple skills of rugby to create a fun and enjoyable environment while developing basic core motor skills. Suitable for ages two to five, these classes help tots with balance, agility and co-ordination.

Little Scrummers Rugby South Woodham

An exciting idea based on non-contact rugby for boys and girls aged two- to six-years, which not only encourages children to have fun and play sport, but work as a team and share.

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Midlands

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Micros Under-6s Moseley and Kings Heath

At Moseley rugby club children can learn and play with RFU-approved teachers, getting stuck in and having a blast all the way.

Tag Tots - Wallabies Bulwell

Providing a great medium for parents and children to bond together in a fun, learning environment, and encouraging older children to grow their confidence and ability in the sport.

Nottingham Moderns U6 and U7s West Bridgford

The under-sixes and under-sevens age group play tag rugby which is non-contact. At training sessions, there's rugby related games and drills and focus on having fun, and participating as a team. New players are always welcome!

Paviors Girls U18s Arnold

All new players are welcome to this female focused team. Whether you've played before or not, this is a great way to meet new friends and keep fit at the same time, taking part in the fastest growing sport in the UK.

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Yorkshire and Humberside

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Rugbytots Ilkley / Otley / Menston

A play programme for two- to seven-year-olds, with sessions open to everyone,. The DBS-approved, first aid qualified and fully trained coaches work hard to implement fun filled games and programmes aimed at improving general ball skills, hand-eye coordination, balance, agility and social skills.

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North West

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Old Bedians RUFC Didsbury

A super friendly rugby club that offers senior and junior teams. New players, parents and friends are always welcome. Age groups range from under-sixes to under-12s. 

Rugbytots Salford

The senior class builds on basic motor skills and looks at the more specific skills used in rugby. Specifically designed games and tasks teach children to find space, pass the rugby ball backwards, score a 'well worked' try and much more.

Rugbytots Romiley

A specifically designed play programme, using the multiple skills of rugby to create a fun and enjoyable environment while developing basic core motor skills.

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South East

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Guildfordians Rugby Club Guildford

A friendly club in the heart of Guildford providing rugby for all. Split into three age ranges - micros, minis, and youth - the club invites all new members to join.

Rugbytots Whitstable

Energetic and dynamic weekly play session for girls and boys between the age of two and seven. Designed to develop motor skills and build confidence while having fun in a team environment. All classes are led by qualified and fully trained coaches.

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South West

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Rugbytots Bruton

A specifically designed play programme, using the multiple skills of rugby to create a fun and enjoyable environment while developing basic core motor skills.

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London

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Kingston RFC Minis Chessington

The Minis, AKA the Kingston Tigers, cater for boys and girls from ages five to 11. They train and play matches most Sundays, either at home or away. The emphasis is on fun and friendly competition within a family-orientated club where everyone belongs, no matter what their skill level or ability.

Muddy Knees Kids' Rugby Streatham

The Muddy Knees believe all children, boys and girls, can start enjoying non-contact rugby from the age of two years. They aim to develop team work, coordination, motor skills and confidence.

Old Ruts Rugby Club Merton Park

Everyone plays, everyone has fun and participation includes training, festivals, and triangulars with other local clubs. Three- to five-year-old boys and girls of any ability and experience are welcome to come a long and try the sport.

Kings Club Mini Rugby Motspur Park

A fun club for those between six- and 12-years. All new players are welcome and will get first hand experience of the sport with fun focused training sessions.

Wimbledon RFC Tag Rugby Raynes Park

There is one session each week where players train and play matches against other clubs as well as attending rugby festivals. Making sure kids have fun is the key to the group and they're big supporters of the RFU's TREDS initiative.

Rugby Munchkins Beckenham

Develop your child's social and sporting abilities by gently introducing rugby specific skills such as running with the ball, finding space, kicking, catching, scoring a try and, of course, having fun.

Fun Kids Tag Rugby Bromley

Big 5 Sports Development introduces a fun program of tag rugby for two- to seven-year-olds on Saturday mornings at Mottingham Sports Ground. Open to all, with loads of opportunities to make new friends and have a blast.

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Scotland

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Rugbytots Edinburgh / Glasgow / Scottish Borders

Sessions are designed to increase children's basic motor skills such as balance, agility, and hand-eye coordination in a fun and energetic environment at the same time as encouraging social skills such as sharing, teamwork and taking turns. The classes are structured to teach and develop ball skills that could be utilised in many sports.

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Wales

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Rugbytots Caerphilly


Develop your child's social and sporting abilities by gently introducing rugby specific skills such as running with the ball, finding space, kicking, catching, scoring a try and, of course, having fun.

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