Rugby

Actonians RFC is West London’s coolest & friendliest rugby club.

New (or old) players of all shapes, sizes and abilities are welcome.

Contact us at info@actoniansrfc.com.

There’s more information at www.actoniansrfc.com and Facebook.
Join us at training or come to the clubhouse on a Saturday. We have large TVs, Sky Sports and full bar facilities.
We train on Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Timing & venues are:
Mondays Meet @ 7pm at our Boddington Gardens training ground (W3 9AP) for a start at 7:15 sharp. The surface is Astroturf, so bring trainers only (no boots or moulded studs).
See directions below.
Wednesdays All to meet at 7pm in the Clubhouse (W5 4LL) prior to a session on Ealing Common (your help is needed to carry training kit) for a start at 7.30pm. Bring trainers and boots.
See directions below.

All training sessions are 90 minutes long. Please bring water with you.

We have a great coaching team consisting of 3 coaches, led by Florent Rossigneux, ex-Wasps and Racing Club flanker as Head Coach ably assisted by Brendan Kelley.

How to find us:
Clubhouse & home pitch,
Old Actonians Sports Ground,
Gunnersbury drive (off Popes Lane),
Ealing,
W5 4LL
Tube Acton Town (District or Piccadilly line)
Bus The E3 runs every 10 minutes and stops on Popes Lane or Gunnersbury Lane. From either stop, it’s a 6 to 8 minute walk to the ground.
Car Parking is available on site at the clubhouse.

Boddington Gardens Sports Ground,
Boddington Gardens,
Acton
W3 9AP
Tube Acton Town (District or Piccadilly line)
Bus The E3 runs every 10 minutes and stops on Popes Lane or Gunnersbury Lane. From either stop, it’s a 6 to 8 minute walk to the ground.
Car Please note that Boddington Gardens is a private road, with parking for residents only. You may park in the small car park next to the changing rooms, but if full, you need park back out on Carbery Avenue or Tudor Way, where there are no parking restrictions in the evenings and at weekends.
The piece of grass along the side of the pitch is also privately owned by the residents, so bicycles cannot be chained up there.
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