Mon 28 Jun 2021 08:50

This page and the content behind it will provide visitors to this site with the latest information on the next exciting new chapter in our history, and the development of our new ground.

The dream of a new ground, with state-of-the-art sports and events facilities for the whole community, is edging ever closer. Before we know it, it will be a reality – one that we hope will take Kenilworth RFC to the next level both on and off the field across every age group. 

Club volunteers have been working tirelessly on the fine details of the move to a site just off Warwick Road to the south of Kenilworth Cricket Club.

The club’s new home, which will feature five full size rugby pitches – two floodlit – as well as a 3G pitch available to the local community, could be a reality within two years.

It’s going to be an exciting time with a new two-storey clubhouse with changing rooms, a conditioning gym, clubroom, function room and meeting spaces all included in the plan.

News on the public consultation can be found here

Build the Castle Forum and FAQ

The creation of and move to the new ground will mean a few changes to the way your rugby club is run. The club have created a Communications Group who have been tasked with providing regular and clear updates on the progress being made and harnessing the thoughts, suggestions and concerns of the loyal KRFC membership and wider community. It’s vital that the loyal membership feel part of this exciting journey and aside from sharing some of the plans for design and facilities, it’s important that members have their say on the club’s structure, rules and regulations as well as the development of the new ground.

We have set up an email address where you can pose questions that you may have about issues relevant to the new ground project. All previously raised questions and subsequent answers will be posted to the FAQ page

Volunteering at Kenilworth RFC

Volunteers are the mainstay of club life at any rugby club, and Kenilworth is no different. From coaches, committees, coffee makers and car parking, almost every element of the club is run and managed by volunteers.

In November 2020 the Club launched our #BUILDTHECASTLE volunteer campaign, designed to attract more volunteers help to out. Click here to view our campaign video.

For more on volunteering at Kenilworth RFC click here