Watch and Play Rugby Tours - An action packed weekend on Rugby Tour!
If you are after a weekend full of rugby then this could be the perfect rugby tour package for you!
Combine supporting your team on the road one day and take on a local club on the other. These Watch and Play Rugby Tours are a brilliant midseason break, with an action packed weekend and no need to take time off work or school. We can help arrange stadium tours for your team, and for junior groups we can also help arrange match day experiences where available.
Below we have listed some of our most popular destinations and picked some great clashes that fit into the February half term, Easter break and May Bank holiday.
Cheltenham, Gloucester or Tewksbury
We are based in Gloucestershire and many of our staff play and coach at local clubs in the area. We have a range of options for rugby tours to this area, our most popular being at Croft Farm. This outdoor adventure centre offers an exciting accommodation choice for junior teams, as well as a range of activities such as Windsurfing, sailing and canoeing. If you prefer a hotel option you can also stay in Gloucester and explore the newly developed Quay, or the beautiful Cheltenham Spa.
Staying in this region gives you a brilliant wide range of teams to watch with Gloucester, Bristol, Worcester and Bath all close by. The Cherry and Whites are passionately supported by their fans, with The Shed being renowned throughout world rugby! Watch star players such Danny Cipriani and Ex-Bath player Matt Banahan.
Premiership Rugby newcomers Bristol Bears have put a spanner in the works by some brilliant performances at home making this years Premiership Title open. Bristol's exiting new open style of play is sure to create a great spectacle to watch whilst on rugby tour.
Baths ground is located next to the river that runs through the city. A seat in the stand offers stunning views of not only the pitch but also the city's cathedral. Bath have a range of superstars such as England speedsters Anthony Watson, Jonathan Josephs and Semesa Rokoduguni and they will be keen to perform well in the 2nd half of the season after a slow start by there standards.
12 or 13/04/2019 - Bristol V Saracens Or Gloucester V Bath Or Worcester V Sale
26 or 27/04/2019 - Worcester V Gloucester
03 or 04/05/2019 - Bath V Wasps Or Bristol V Sale Or Gloucester V Newcastle
If you are interested in watching any of the above fixtures while on Rugby Tour to Gloucestershire please do get in contact with the team as these would be subject to availibilty!
Wales has undergone many changes in the last decade and nowhere is this more apparent than the transformation of the capital city, Cardiff. There are plenty of places to visit and enjoy, from the cosmopolitan city centre where the captivating Millennium stadium dominates the skyline to the scenic Vale of Glamorgan and surrounding countryside where you can enjoy diverse activities such as Quad biking and paintball games.
Staying in Cardiff would give you a wide range of Pro 14 teams to watch, you of course have Cardiff Blues who play at Cardiff Arms Park. With a small travel distance you would be able to watch Llanelli Scarlets, Neath Swansea Ospreys and Newport Dragons.
With Wales trying to develop their international team, they are looking to pick players from Welsh club so a lot of the top flight Welsh players are coming back to Wales so it is an exiting time to see some of the countries best playing back in Wales. This should make for a high standard and exiting rugby season.
|12 or 13/04/2019 - Scarlets V Zebre|
If you are interested in watching the above fixture while on Rugby Tour to Cardiff please do get in contact with the team as these would be subject to availibilty!
Edinburgh is full of great historical sites like Edinburgh Castle and the Princess Gardens. But it also has the well established Edinburgh Zoo, The Zoo has been open to the public since 1913 and is the only Zoo in the UK to have Royal Charter. There is also the Murrayfield Stadium, the home of Scottish Rugby. Murrayfield holds all Scottish international home games and also is the home pitch of Edinburgh Rugby who play in the Guinness Pro 14.
The city is home to Edinburgh Rugby, they are a team that have been slowly improving throughout the years, as shown by this years performance in the Guinness Pro 14 as well as their outstanding start to the Heineken European Champions Cup!
They have a really mixture of young talent and also Scottish International experience with players like Ross Ford who has been to three world cups with Scotland and the Young energy from Matt Scott who had two seasons in the English Premiership with Gloucester Rugby.
|12 or 13/04/2019 - Edinburgh V Ulster|
If you are interested in watching the above fixture while on Rugby Tour to Edinburgh please do get in contact with the team as these would be subject to availibilty!
If you or your club are interested in a Watch and Play Rugby Tours to any of these brilliant destinations and would like some more information Enquire Here.