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Club Programmes

Bristol Rugby Community Foundation has a number of programmes involving rugby clubs across the region. Find out more below.

Super Sunday

The Bristol Rugby Super Sunday Matchday Experience (9-11yr olds) and Junior Masterclass (12-16yr olds) is THE best professional rugby day out for your rugby club, including:

    • Two hours coaching for up to 300 mini/juniors from Bristol Rugby Community Foundation Staff at your rugby club on the morning of a Bristol Rugby home fixture.
    • A goody bag worth over £5, containing lots of Bristol Rugby promotional giveaways
    • The chance to partake in a dedicated half-time pitch parade at a Bristol Rugby home fixture.
    • What Do Adults/Rugby Club Get?
    • Over a 40% discount on match day tickets
    • Chance to join your young players on the Ashton Gate Stadium pitch on a Bristol Rugby match day
    • Plus the chance to have a message from your club's mini/junior section read over the PA system as your minis/juniors players are parading round the pitch

Nando's Cup Competition (U13s & U14s)

Nando’s Cup is a one-day festival for U13s and U14s teams. 

Nando’s Cup is a 10s competition (squads of 15 players, rolling subs) for 20 x U13 teams and 20 x U14 teams. 

The 2016 competition dates and information is still TBC – for more information email

Land Rover Cup

The Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup is a nationwide tournament for under-11 and under-12 teams.

The long running grassroots rugby tournament was the first of its kind to be officiated by Premiership Rugby and is run in conjunction with all twelve Premiership Rugby clubs and supported by Land Rover since its inception.

Bristol Rugby Club Days

Club Days are one-day camps held at your rugby club that combine a rugby festival with a Super Sunday match day experience.  

Primarily aimed at 6-11 year olds, Club Days can be a great way to increase a club’s player base, as they are designed to attract young people from local schools.

Clubs Days are designed to be fun and friendly, featuring a game-based approach to learning. For further information contact Nick George at