Welcome to Cantabs

Cantabrigian Rugby club is the home of competitive amateur rugby in Cambridge. We are a proudly amateur club offering a good quality rugby and a friendly atmosphere and are pleased to welcome both new rugby players and supporters to join our vibrant, thriving, family club.

We run three adult teams, playing in the London and Eastern Counties leagues. Our First Team play in London 2 North East having gained promotion in 2014/2015 season. Our second team play in the newly formed Eastern Counties 1W and our third team play in Eastern Counties 3.

Training takes place on Tuesday & Thursday evenings between 7:00pm - 8:30pm, with matches taking place on Saturdays at our home on Sedley Taylor Road throughout the season. Training is open to players of all abilities and you will be made to feel very welcome. If you have any questions regarding joining us please contact players rep Dan Searle (07970 768027), or alternatively just turn up on any training night.

Whatever your experience/playing ability there is a team at Cantabs for you to be a part of. We also have an excellent social scene with various themed nights and an annual rugby tour.

Latest News:

Cantabs and Coopers fight out a relegation battle

Cantabs opponents in the last game of the 2017/18 season were Old Cooperians, a repeat of the fixture in the opening game of the season which had ended in a 62 to 12 defeat. Only six of the Cantabs eighteen were back for the return match, but ominously the Coopers right winger who ...

Dates for the Diary

13th June

Cantabs Rugby Club is pleased to announce that the Annual General Meeting will be hosted at the clubhouse on Wednesday 13th June. All club members are welcome, especially those willing to volunteer to help in the running and organisation of the club into the new season. This is ...

Cantabs enjoy best away win of the season

Two narrow defeats against 2nd and 3rd place teams had left Cantabs next to bottom in London 2NE, and only two wins in the last two games could prevent the Club from dropping down a league. So, this fixture against Romford & Gidea Park was vital. For the first time in ...