At Leighton Buzzard Rugby Football Club we aim to be a successful community club offering rugby, at all levels, for all.

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We always welcome new players and members to join us with or without any experience in playing rugby, whatever your age, skill or fitness. We have excellent rugby facilities comprising four full size pitches including floodlit training areas, modern gym , recently upgraded changing rooms together with fully qualified coaches and sports therapists. Our clubhouse and bar offers a vibrant social scene which members and players can enjoy.

Interested in playing for Leighton Buzzard Rugby Club? Please browse our website to find out about LBRFC – info on the club can be found under the teams link above. Alternately just turn up to a training session!

We are a very friendly and welcoming club so please come along and enjoy your rugby! We look forward to you joining us!

Senior and Academy 
Training sessions and home games are held at Wright’s Meadow ( LU7 9HR) for both Seniors and Academy Teams. Training for Mens Senior & Academy sides takes place on a Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the season, while the Ladies train on a Tuesday evening..

Contact details and more info for each team can be found in the ‘contacts’ section within each teampage.

Juniors and Minis
Leighton Buzzard Rugby Club has thriving junior and mini sections catering for all ages from under 6 to under 16. Training sessions and home games are normally held at Wright’s Meadow on Sundays for the Minis and Juniors and on Wednesday evenings for the Juniors only.

The Mini’s start from the under 6 age group and run through to under 12’s. During this time we coach and teach boys & girls (up to under 11’s) the skills and ethos of rugby, starting with tag rugby up to under 8. After under 8’s we then slowly introduce the contact game inline with RFU guidelines.

Juniors start from the under 13 age group for both boys and girls;
– the boys have age group teams at each age group running through to under 16 (Year 11) age group;.

The Junior teams compete at festivals and league competitions as well as games against other local teams and teams from a little further afield. The coaching is focused on the RFU guidelines with more emphasis on positional skills & knowledge of the game.

Find out more by completing the form below. We look forward to hearing from you