Welcome to Fairford Rugby Football Club

"As a club we are proud of our community spirit and our commitment to the values of rugby.
We promote rugby for all, no matter the ability, and have a thriving membership of children and young people (from Reception year onwards), an active senior team and social membership.
The club is led and managed by a dedicated group of volunteers. There is something for everyone, come and join us.
'Be involved, be passionate, stand proud"
- Scott Cohoon, President Fairford RFC
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Fairford RFC Awards 2020 - watch the presentation online

FairFest Beer and Music Festival

Supporting the youth community of Fairford

We're sad that FairFest 2020 has been cancelled, but we're now busy planning for FairFest 2021...

20th - 22nd August 2021
Walnut Tree Field, Fairford, Gloucestershire GL7 4JN

Fairford Rugby Seniors on Facebook

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Fairford Rugby Juniors on Facebook

Some very kind volunteers have been planting a new hedge at the junior pitches #thankyou ... See MoreSee Less

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Keep you eyes peeled on your emails for next updates regarding getting back to rugbyReturn to Rugby Roadmap

“We are pleased to be able to publish our provisional plan for a phased return to full contact rugby. It’s wonderful to see light at the end of the tunnel and we are as delighted as clubs and players across the country that they will soon be able to resume training and, subject to each step on government’s roadmap being achieved, progress towards contact fixtures and an exciting season of rugby for 2021/22 from September.

Please note the Return to Community Rugby Roadmap has been revised to follow steps on the government roadmap. Please therefore disregard previous versions and only share the new ‘green for go’ roadmap below. We have removed Stages B and C as they are no longer currently relevant due to changes in government restrictions.

Over the next couple of weeks, we will provide stage-by-stage guidance on our Return to Rugby page which will include all the information you’ll need for a gradual return to contact rugby. Guidance will include equipment that can be used at each stage and videos with our coach development team.

While we are all incredibly excited about getting back out on the pitch, we should also be conscious of the need to build-up gradually after a long lay-off. The focus for all activity over the next three months should be on player retention and player safety.

Until Monday 29 March, unless you are an age grade player taking part in organised school or college rugby activity, we remain at Stage A on the Return to Rugby Roadmap. This means individuals are only allowed to exercise alone or with one other from another household.”
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Day 1 of rest (not for all I know) from the FRFC Challenges and missing it already?

Why not get involved in the FRFC Run and Cycle Day on Sat 24 July. Running either 10km, half marathon or a full marathon, or cycle 25,50,75 or 100 miles whilst raising funds for the Club and for Crohns and Colitis UK. £10 entry which will include a medal.

Things are starting to move, loads of competitors and training has begun for many already and we are setting up a Social Media campaign in the next few weeks to track and support one another through the training.

If you want in then let me know ASAP.
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Fairford RFC on Twitter

Fairford RFC

Well that’s another monthly lockdown challenge done. 10500 miles walked, run and cycled. Momentous stuff! Thanks to @DannyBadger4 for organising again 💚🖤💚🖤@FairfordCouncil @FairfordLife @swsportsnews @GRFUrugby

Fairford Rugby Club Seniors:

Coln House School playing grounds
Horcott Road
(Changing rooms at Fairford Youth Football Club)

Fairford Rugby Club Youth Section:

The Park
Leafield Road
*** NO ACCESS via Park Street *** NO DOGS!!

Fairford Cricket Club
Park Street