About CRFC

Cobham RFC is a highly regarded rugby club in the heart of Surrey, offering four Senior teams and large Youth and Mini sections.

The Club is situated just off the A3 in Fairmile Lane, Cobham KT11 2BU.

 

It is a great part of the county to be located with easy access from road, rail and air. 

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Senior Rugby Teams

Cobham Rugby Club operates four Senior sides:

The 1st XV, in 2019/2020, will play in London 1 South - the 6th tier of English Rugby

The 2nd XV, 'The Cobras' play in the Zoo Sports Shield 3 South 

The 3rd XV play in the Surrey Combination 1 South West

Our Vets team, known as the All Stars, who play in the Surrey Vets League

We also have an U21s team who play in the Surrey U21 Competition and during the close season Cobham run a Sevens team who compete in a variety of tournaments.

If you are interested in joining any of the Senior Rugby teams, please contact us.

1st XV

Cobham RFC 1st XV will play in London 1 South during the 2019 | 2020 and are sponsored by Hurley Partners.

Senior Coaching Team

Director of Rugby: Steve Pope

Senior Coaches:  

Forwards: Chris Gibbons & Dan Walsh

Backs: George Pickersgill & Ant Braithwaite

Physiotherapy: David Silver & Rory Meed

 

Club | 1st XV Captain: Ryan Saunders

 

Training: every Tuesday and Thursday evening (7.30pm to 9.00pm)

2nd XV

'The Cobras' will play in the Zoo Sports Shield 3 South during the  2019|2020

 

Senior Coaching Team

Director of Rugby: Steve Pope

Senior Coaches:  

Forwards: Chris Gibbons & Dan Walsh

Backs: George Pickersgill & Ant Braithwaite

Physiotherapy: David Silver & Rory Meed

 

2nd XV Captain: Declan White

 

Training: every Tuesday and Thursday evening (7.30pm to 9.00pm)

3rd XV

The 3rd XV play in the Surrey Combination 1 South West

Captain: Ian Parker

Under 21s

The management and coaches of the senior and youth sections within the club enter the U21s into the Surrey Cup competition and view it as a great opportunity for players:

  • It helps the step-up and integration from youth to senior rugby

  • It is a fantastic opportunity to remain in contact with youth age group team mates and friends, following the end of U18 rugby and progression to employment, university etc.

  • It offers the chance for players at university to train and play during those long "tedious" holidays

  • It enables continued competition against Surrey teams, who have been regular opponents through the years of youth rugby

 

Integrating youth players with the senior club is essential for Cobham to continue growing and succeeding. In the senior section we fully appreciate and respect the abundance of talent that has constantly come through the mini and youth sections at Cobham, so it is only natural to provide the opportunity, back-up and support for players to continue their playing careers at Cobham RFC.

To this extent, the senior coaches and management team are fully behind running and developing the U21 Team so that it matches the "professional" ethos of the youth and senior sections. It is our intention to run this side to compete at the highest level.

Veterans Rugby - The All Stars

The Cobham All Stars have played with distinction in all competitions for many years and have a successful record; they currently play in the Surrey Vets League.

We're always keen to hear from new players so if you are interested in finding more about the team please contact us.

Players who are interested in returning to rugby and fancy a run around first (or just to throw a ball about and meet the boys for a beer!) are welcome to attend 'Touch Rugby' on Wednesday evenings at the Covenham Grounds behind The Fairmile Pub on the Portsmouth Road from 7.30|7.45pm until 9.30pm.

 

We play all year round (subject to severe weather) and you are welcome to join us in The Clubhouse Bar every Wednesday. 

Cobham RFC receivers of 100 game tie

for representing 1st XV