Over 500 boys enjoy the challenge and reward of playing rugby at Warwick School, with regular fixtures against the strongest rugby schools in the Midlands and beyond. The school has 35 teams playing on a regular basis.
Outstanding coaching from excellent rugby masters and specialist community coaches, provides boys with the opportunity to train both during games lessons and after school. Twelve rugby pitches, flood-lighting, indoor facilities and excellent equipment enable players and staff to enjoy rugby no matter what the weather, or condition of the pitches.
Warwick School has a formal relationship with Premiership Club Worcester, running the Elite Player Development Group for Warwickshire. It is also a training base for County and Midlands teams. Tours are run for the U13 and U15 squads as well as a bi-annual tour to the Southern Hemisphere for senior boys.
In 2017 Warwick School had both the U18 and U15 teams at Twickenham for the National Finals. The U18 team won the NatWest Cup and the U15 team came away runners-up. This was the fourth year out of five for Warwick School to be at the Twickenham finals.
In 2013 and 2014 Warwick School became the National U15 champions and after a third final at Twickenham, came away runner up in 2015. In 2014, Warwick School had both U15 and U18 teams at the national finals, with U18 finishing runner-up. In 2016, both the U18 and U15 teams made it to the semi finals.
The U13 team took the national title in 2013, winning the School Sports Magazine competition.
Over half of the school's 24 teams are ranked in the top 10 in the country.
Director of Rugby - Mr T Pierce