Club Info

Leicester Forest Rugby Football Club was formed in 1997 by the amalgamation of two well established Leicester Clubs, Old Bosworthians, which was formed from the old boys of Dixie Grammer School originally founded in 1955, and West Leicester R.F.C. which was founded in 1963, and was an amalgamation of Old Ricardians and the Highfields Medway Club which began playing in the 1920’s.

Since 1997 the club has prospered both on and off the pitch. Leicester Forest regularly field four senior teams, a veterans team and a colts team. This is due to commitment from players, coaches and club members.
Our minis and junior sides have grown beyond belief, every Sunday during the season the pitches are a mass of blue jerseys having fun, keeping fit and learning about team work. We have also become the home of Forest Ladies a progressive girls side who show strength and depth and more guile than some of our male sides.

We have gained floodlights for our new pitch, making us a facility to hold county and evening games, making forest one of the premier clubs in Leicester.

Off the pitch you can be assured of a warm forest atmosphere. We have many social evenings from Children’s pantomimes to Oompah bands. Even the bar staff provide entertainment which is free of charge, look out for the famous “Chunky”, he is a wealth of information about Leicester and all its watering holes.

Forest is proud to support the local community providing facilities to schools rugby events. Our strong links remain with Leicester Tigers where we have provided players to development squads- some are now regular members of the first team, Ollie Smith and Sam Vesty.

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AGP Information

  • Access the AGP only via the Decontamination Zone.  No jumping over the Perimeter  Fence.
  • IRB (Regulation 12) approved boots only to be worn – no Blades or Trainers.  Applies to Coaches, Players & Officials
  • Coaches are responsible for manning the Decontamination Zone and ensuring Boots & Playing kit are checked and completely free of mud, for both home and visiting teams.
  • No spectators allowed on the AGP within Perimeter  Fence .
  • There are signs at the entrance to the decontamination area that further explain the rules for use of the AGP as stipulated by the RFU.
  • These rules are there to protect players/coaches and the AGP – please ensure that you are familiar with the conditions of use and comply with them.
  • Contamination of the pitch with mud, and compacting of the surface by flat soled shoes/trainers will result in the pitch failing to meet the exacting standards laid down for the use of Artificial Grass Pitches for Rugby Union by the IRB and could lead to injuries to players.
  • To book the pitch you will need to register through the RFU website

Essential Technical Guide to Artificial Grass Pitches for Rugby Union

http://www.englandrugby.com/mm/Document/Governance/ClubSupport/01/30/87/30/EssentialguidetoAGPs_Neutral.pdf

 RUGBYSAFE ESSENTIAL GUIDE – AGP – Managing Skin Abrasions

http://www.englandrugby.com/mm/document/general/home/01/32/82/99/ArtificialSurfaces(RugbySafeEssentialGuide)Nov2017FINAL_Neutral.pdf

Teams

  • Male Teams
  • Under 6's
  • Under 7's
  • Under 8's
  • Under 9's
  • Under 10's
  • Under 11's
  • Under 12's
  • Under 13's
  • Under 14's
  • Under 15's
  • Under 16's
  • Under 17's
  • U18's Colts
  • Senior 1st
  • Senior 2's
  • Senior 3's
  • Vets
  • Female Teams
  • Under 6's
  • Under 7's
  • Under 8's
  • Under 9's
  • Under 10's
  • Under 11's
  • Under 12's
  • Under 13's
  • Under 15's
  • U18's Colts

Contacts

Hon Sec: Ian Clarke

07884 268239


David Stockill

Chairman

[email protected]

07970 560911