About the Smallest Rugby Club World Cup
Being passionate about sport is easy – but it can be easy to forget where that passion started. Bringing together the grass roots of Rugby means a celebration of the best aspects of the sport.
All community clubs that don’t get the flashy facilities or training are invited to place themselves, and their passion for rugby, front & centre.
The aim is to provide such clubs a stage where they can exceed their own expectations, show their importance & necessity to the greatest team game in the world.
Our not for profit tournament will shine a light on the unsung heroes of the game.
The Smallest Rugby Club World Cup taking place on Saturday 19th September 2015 in Surrey hosted by Racal Decca. The competition is open to rugby clubs that meet the following criteria:
• One team club.
• An amateur club
• The club does not own or operate their own club house
• Must be affiliated to their regional and/or national rugby unions
• In existence for a minimum of 2 seasons
• Playing a minimum of 10 regular games per season
“Every international rugby player started their career playing for their local club. For me Bude is where my passion and love of the game was built.” - Phil Vickery, former England Captain & 2003 Rugby World Cup Winner.