Bath Rugby Camps


Every year the Bath Rugby Community Team host a variety of camps across Somerset, Wiltshire and Dorset for boys and girls of all abilities aged U7s - U16s.

Below are you'll find the locations and dates of our next Bath Rugby Camps.

To comply with the new RFU age grade regulations our Summer camps will focus on core sporting skills such as decision making, spatial awareness, agility, catch and pass, hand eye coordination, fitness and more! That can be applied to a number of sports.


upcoming CAMPs:

For more information on our upcoming camps, or simply to book a place, please click here


Do you have a question about how the camps work? Please click here to read our camp FAQs. 

28 May 2019

Farleigh House, Farleigh Hungerford

Bath Rugby HQ

Boys & Girls
(U12s - U16s)

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8-10 April 2019

Sherborne RFC Minis and Junior Camp
Boys & Girls
(U7s - U16s)

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How they work

The camps encompass both technical and tactical aspects of the game. All activities are fun based, but with a focus on the development of all camp goers, whatever their level.

Each age group's coaching is specifically tailored to meet the needs and requirements of that exact age group, with camps ranging from U7s-U16s.

Along with our Rugby camps, we also run a series of Skills Clinics.  These sessions provide participants an opportunity to focus on specific skills and techniques in a particular area. 

For further information, please click here to read our camp FAQs. 

What the players say

"The Bath Rugby Premiership Rugby Camps are a great way for those attending to learn new skills and techniques. I've seen first hand the opportunities the camps give children in terms of making new friends and taking them to the next level of their rugby journey."

Matt Garvey, Bath Rugby

What The Parents Say

"A huge, big, thank you to the Bath Rugby Community coaches for putting on such an amazing half-term camp. My child has not stopped going on about how much he enjoyed it! Not knowing any other children, he was a bit nervous, but the coaches made him feel very welcome, and after the first day, he loved it and came away learning lots. I cannot recommend your rugby camps highly enough and encourage any kid with a passion for rugby to attend.”

Douglas Crane, father of camp participant


For further information please email Tom Fogerty