Welcome to the Burnham Rugby Club Website
Situated on the coast of the Bristol Channel just 2 miles from junction 22 of the M5, Burnham On Sea Rugby Club host all there visitors at the Burnham Association of Sports Club ground on Stoddens Road.
The rugby club guarantees that whether you are playing or visiting, you will get a warm, friendly welcome.
Burnham On Sea RFC run three senior teams, with a thriving junior and minis
section covering all age groups up to U17's.
The first XV have been transferred back to the Western Counties North
division for the 2014/2015 season, while the second XV remain in Somerset
The club is always looking to recruit new players of any age or ability. The
senior sides, and under 17s train every Tuesday and Thursday evening from
6:45pm, and the minis and juniors every Sunday morning from 10am
Somerset Cup fixture against Chard on the 8th Nov has been cancelled and we are through to the next round.
2nd Team/Vets/Colts friendly at home on the 7th Nov KO at 7.30pm against Winscombe
1st Team Replica Shirts
Anyone interested in purchasing a 1st Team Replica shirt, please contact Charlotte Gaylard for more details firstname.lastname@example.org & 07456 711611
Six Nations 2015 Tickets
Any one interested in England tickets for next years Six Nations please put your names on the sheets pinned up on the club notice board by the end of September or call Don Bowerman on 07522 196889
Click here for the Colts Fixtures
Click here for U7 and U8 Rules of Play
Click here for U9 Rules of Play
Click here for U10 Rules of Play
Click here for U11 Rules of Play
September 200 Club Winners
£50 - Paul Vinecombe
£25 - Darren Abbott
The following courses are available to book on the new England Rugby website www.englandrugby.com and by following this link - http://www.englandrugby.com/courses/coursesearch
- Play it Safe – Clevedon RFC – Monday 13th October – 6.30-9.30pm
On the tabs, please select the following:
Course Type –Safeguarding
Course Name –Play It Safe (Safeguarding)
Postcode – Your home/club
Date- leave blank or be specific
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Click here for the current membership application form
Click here for our new "Do you Remember?" section
With the new season fast approaching it's the clubs busiest time of the season with preparations on and off the field.
We will be updating you all shortly with information on the several new players to arrive during the summer, funding for the new stand, new sponsors and events happening at the club during the forthcoming season.
Any new sponsors will be advertised on our website and in the match day programmes once the artwork, contact details and sponsorship has been received but please be patient as this can take some time.
Yours in rugby
New Spectators Grandstand
Latest Update !
BASC & Rugby Club project leader, Neil McKen, is delighted to confirm that nearly £100k of funding has recently been secured from Sedgemoor District Council and Viridor Credits which will now enable the construction of the proposed new grandstand to commence later in the year.
Neil said; “Having served the rugby club well for the last few years, the existing terraced seating is nearing the end of its life, exposes supporters to the elements and lacks proper and easy access.
Planning permission was granted for a replacement grandstand a couple of years ago but due to a shortage of funds it has taken until now for the project to become a reality”.
Plans of the new grandstand have been displayed in the clubhouse for the last few months and include;
- Increased seating capacity.
- Full weather protection with steel profiled roof and side cladding.
- Generous concrete standing areas.
- Wheelchair parking.
- Access footpaths linking the grandstand with the clubhouse.
Neil added; “Everyone connected with BASC and the Rugby Club in particular is absolutely delighted with this particular ‘result’ and our thanks go to the Parks team at Sedgemoor District Council and the Admin team at Viridor Credits for supporting and helping with our funding applications.
Whilst work on the project is yet to start, a contractor has already been appointed and we expect the new grandstand to be available for use by all supporters and visitors early in the New Year.
In the meantime, the new rugby season is almost upon us and with large numbers of players regularly attending pre-season training, including some new faces joining the club & some coming back from injury, things are looking good for a successful time ahead both on & off the pitch”.