Our Bath Rugby Residential Camps are designed to give young players a chance to experience a week in the life of a Bath Rugby Player.
Open to U13s-U16s boys, these camps will cover group rugby sessions, individual development plans, team building, strength and conditioning, gym safety and technique, recovery, leadership, analysis and nutrition.
This year we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting two Bath Rugby Residential Camps in 2018.
Our Bournemouth Collegiate School Residential offers a unique experience for participants owed to its location. Situated right next to the beach, participants will experience beach rugby elements and training as well as beach fitness sessions.
During our Warminster School Residential we will be using our established relationship with the local army base to tap into their skill sets. Participants will get the opportunity to visit Bath Rugby’s prestigious training facility at Farleigh House to watch the team train and have a tour of the world-class facility.
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• Accommodation for 5 days and 5 nights
• Private rooms (room size varies from 1 to 6 people)
• Catering covered from Sunday evening meal until Friday lunch
• Pastoral care and evening house activities
• Bath Rugby exclusive residential merchandise
• Game and position understanding
• Individual development skill sessions
• Strength and conditioning testing and technique development
• Video analysis workshops
• Nutrition education sessions
• Injury prevention sessions
Example Weekly Schedule
Click here to view an example weekly plan for our Residential Camps.
For many children taking part in this residential it could be the first time away from home, we have put together a FAQ document which we hope the will help to reassure you. Please click here to read.
If you have any concerns or further questions,
please call us on 01225 325209 or email email@example.com.
“I saw first-hand how much the camp participants benefited from living a week in the life of a professional rugby player. It gives those individuals a real broad understanding of what it takes to fulfil their potential. There is more than just getting out on the field on matchday, so it will have been really useful for those guys to see all the work that needs to happen behind the scenes to succeed in the game."
Matt Banahan, Bath Rugby
“We treat everyone on the camp as one squad and everyone comes away feeling like they have been part of a team for the week.”
Bath Rugby Residential Team Coach, Jack Howden
“I really enjoyed the week of coaching and learnt a lot. It was well balanced with fitness, rugby and education, which gave everyone a real understanding of what it takes to progress in the sport. I can’t honestly pick out an highlights, as it was such a great experience for everyone involved.”
Sean Cole, Residential Participant