Gloucester is very much known as a rugby town, however, people enjoy sports. The top rugby club in Gloucestershire is “Gloucester RFC” a premiership club playing at the highest level.
Gloucestershire has many semi-professional and amateur clubs.
Gloucester RFC plays out of its home stadium, Kingsholm, just outside Gloucester city centre. They are a premier league team that plays good rugby. For some games, you can purchase tickets, but others are season tickets only.
The only Aviva Premiership rugby club in Gloucestershire is Gloucester RFC, however, we also know them as the “Cherry & Whites” Website…
The club also has a retail “megastore” in the Gloucester Quays shopping centre. Customers can buy replica kits, coats and even bespoke facemasks here in the club’s colours.
Smaller Rugby Teams Gloucestershire
Berry Hill RFC -Berry Hill RFC play in the Western Counties North league. – Website
Cheltenham Tigers – Website
Cheltenham Civil Service RFC – Senior and Ladies rugby available at this union club that was formed in 1947. – Website
Drybrook – Drybrook RFC run ladies, mini, junior and also senior clubs at their ground in Drybrook – Website
Amateur Clubs In Gloucestershire
Details of all smaller amateur clubs in the county.
- Brockworth RFC
- Cinderford RFC
- Hucclecote RFC
- Stroud RFC
Cheltenham Saracens RFC
Introducing Cheltenham Saracens RFC who runs 3/4 senior teams. They formed Cheltenham Saracens RFC club in 1975. However, new players & supporters welcome to join in or watch from their clubhouse.
Cheltenham Saracens RFC plays their home games at King George Playing Fields in Brooklyn Road. cheltenhamsaracensrugby.com