Mini & Youth Section

Welcome to Chipping Sodbury RFC Mini & Youth! Established 30 years ago, we form an integral part of our family-friendly, RFU accredited club.

Our RFU qualified coaches help develop skills and understanding of the game in a fun and friendly environment – we welcome all abilities and levels of experience. We are looking to make a difference to the lives of young people, promote sport in our community and be able to provide rugby for all ages to enjoy. Mini & Youth teams include:

Youth Groups and Teams

  • U7s
  • U8s
  • U9s
  • U10s
  • U11s
  • U12s
  • U14s
  • U15s
  • U16s
  • Colts
  • Little ladies:
  • U12s
  • U14s
  • U16s
  • U18s

Training and Matches

Fixtures/training takes place every Sunday from 10:00, with additional training taking place for many of the teams on Wednesdays from 6pm.


Annual membership costs are £50 per child for the season. We also offer discounted prices for additional siblings of £30. Struggling to cover the fees? Please speak to us as we can help – we’re committed to making rugby accessible to all.

Contact Us

CSRFC is run and managed by a team of dedicated volunteers. Meet our staff including the committee and coaches.

To join please complete the below form and email to [email protected].

Chippies Cubs

Chippies Cubs

Children as young as 2 years old are welcome to come and join Chippies Cubs. Training runs from September – April and the children have great fun playing games, developing skills and understanding the game.

Training takes place every Sunday from 10am outside the clubhouse.

Code of Conduct

Everyone involved in rugby in England, whether a player, coach, referee, administrator, parent or spectator is expected to uphold the core values of rugby:

  • Teamwork
  • Respect
  • Enjoyment
  • Discipline
  • Sportsmanship


Everyone shares the responsibility for safeguarding and creating a safe environment at CSRFC whether as a parent, coach, spectator or club official. Find more information about our safeguarding policies.

All of our coaches go through a DBS check prior to becoming a coach, which is renewed every three years. Part of this includes mandatory online training in ‘Headcase’ and ‘Introduction to Safeguarding’. They also must attend an in-depth safeguarding course called ‘Play it Safe’.


RugbySafe, supported by SimplyHealth, is the RFU’s overarching player safety and wellbeing programme. It puts player welfare at the heart of the game and covers how to organise and manage the game so that it is played in a safe and enjoyable manner.

This includes HEADCASE – key information of how people can identify and manage suspected concussions, which all of our coaches have to do an online course, every three years. At least one coach per age group is first aid trained to comply with Regulation 9 player safety.

Interested in becoming a sponsor?

We're always looking for new sponsors to support CSRFC. If you're interested in becoming a valued sponsor, please get in touch

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