TACKLE Rugby Summer Camp - Stirling County RFC

TACKLE Rugby Summer Camp

Stirling County are delighted to bring back our very popular Tackle Rugby camps this coming summer!

Our Tackle Rugby camps will offer every child the opportunity to master the game of Rugby in a fun, safe environment with the help of our experienced team of coaches, who are confident there will be a fantastic time for all involved!

All our coaches hold a PVG with Stirling County RFC, and our camp leads are experienced UKCC Level 2 and 3 coaches. All our strength and conditioning elements are overseen by our Head of Athletic Development and delivered by experieneced coaches. 


What can each age group expect from the Tackle Rugby Programme Summer 2023?

 P4-P7: Skills and fun games focus with learning activities around self-awareness as a person and rugby player, linked to basic goal setting, along with work on basic nutrition. Players will be taught skills in line with their age group Age Grade Law Variations. They will have the opportunity to delve into the technical details of specific positional skills across the week as an introduction to these elements. We will also be teaching them physical literacy skills, learning movement skills and developing physical confidence. 

U13-U14: As with P4-P7 with an introduction to strength & conditioning training both on and off-field. An introduction to imagery training in a rugby context. Working on position specific rugby skills that are appropriate across all players. They will also receive tactical introductions in line with their age and stage of development that will serve as a foundation for both their season ahead and future seasons. 

Our camps are open for children ages P4-P7 and U13s-U14s in separate camps running here at Stirling RFC, Bridgehaugh

Tackle Rugby camps will run Monday – Friday 10am – 3pm.

Weeks commencing;

  • 17th July – 21st July
  • 7th August – 11th August


You can secure your place at camp for £30 per day or £150 for the whole week and tickets can be purchased following the link >>