Old Colfeians welcomes girls of all ages to come and get involved in rugby. We’re always looking for new teammates, so come along and try us out – no previous rugby experience is necessary.
Girls training is on Sundays at 1:00 – 2:30pm (arrive by 12:45 for a prompt 1:00pm start)
Just contact the Team Managers to let us know you are coming – see the Contact tab for details.
Where are we each week? Check out the ‘Whats Going On?’ post
We offer 3 FREE Sunday sessions to newcomers via our ‘Turn up, Play… we hope you stay’ scheme. It’s a chance to test out the sport, meet the rest of your team and get a feel for our friendly community!
If you are are in school years 7 – 13, then you are in the right place. If you are in years 1 – 6 at primary school then head over to our Minis page where you can find out everything about joining in the fun with the mixed girls and boys sessions.
For all Membership enquiries please go to our Membership page.
|Age on Sept 1st||School Year Group||Crimsons Team|
|11 or 12||7 & 8||under 13s|
|13 or 14||9 & 10||under 15s|
|15, 16 or 17||11,12 & 13||under 18s|
The Crimsons is the collective name for our three girls’ teams for those aged 11-18. Since our launch we have gone from strength to strength, winning a number of local competitions, and with many of our players being selected for the Kent County side.
The team are coached by England International player Vicky Fleetwood, and accredited RFU coaches Tom Chapman, Tom Rameaux, John Noble and Paul Ironside. Girls rugby is a major focus of England Rugby, and our ambition is to be the foremost girls’ club in metropolitan Kent.
We play competitive matches with London and Kent clubs and beyond, go on trips to watch internationals and other professional matches, and have great social events.
Old Colfeians are looking for a Director of Women & Girls Rugby, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the below role. Reporting to: Chairman &
On Sunday 27 March, the Crimsons U18s (the combined Sevenoaks/Old Colfeians/Dartfordians girls) were at Sevenoaks for the first round of the Kent Cup against the