- More than 18,000 women and girls play rugby regularly in England
- England Women won the Rugby World Cup in 2014 after beating Canada 21-9 in Paris, France. The victory followed a record-breaking seventh consecutive 6 Nations crown in 2012 as well as the Grand Slam. They also became the first team ever in 6 Nations history not to concede a try
So what about you?
- Ready to tackle a new sport? Want to get fit? Bored with the gym?
- Played at university and need to find a club?
- Want to meet new people and play rugby for fun?
- Played mini rugby and now can’t find a girls team?
- Want to play a sport at county level?
If you answered YES to any of the above, we are here to help. The Rugby Football Union is responsible for the delivery of the Women’s and Girls’ game in England.
This is England Women’s Rugby strategy
As part of its work to grow rugby union in England, the RFU has launched a strategy to take the game to 100,000 women and girls across the country.
At Ipswich, we Currently have one of the biggest girls sections in Eastern Counties and will be entering this years Natonal cup at U15 and U18.
We welcome girls from 11-17 no matter what experience to come and join in the fun. Training is on Sunday Mornings from 10am and all new players get 2 free sessions to see if they like it
To find out more about girls rugby please contact Darren Wright at [email protected]