Disability Sport

Cardiff Rugby are committed to delivering opportunities for all, using our passion for rugby as a vehicle for social good. We currently run an Inclusive Community Club in Rhondda Fach, deliver rugby programmes in Special Educational Needs schools and work in partnership with the Welsh Deaf Rugby Union. There are also opportunities to represent the club with our inclusive teams.

For more information on any of our Disability Programmes please contact [email protected] 

Cardiff Rugby ICC’s

Cardiff Rugby's Community Disability Rugby Sessions take place every Saturday at Rhondda Fach Sports Centre (CF43 3HR) between 10-11am, excluding school holidays. Admission costs £2.50 per person with all friends and siblings all welcome.

Disability Rugby 2

During school holidays Disability Camps also take place at Rhondda Fach Sports Centre.

Cardiff Rugby VI Team

Cardiff Rugby's Visually Impaired side continue to grow from strength-to-strength, welcoming players of all abilities with a range of different visual impairments. 

The squad train on Wednesday evenings on the famous Cardiff Arms Park pitch throughout the spring and summer (5.30pm-6.30pm) and have also participated in matches against the likes of Harlequins and Worcester Warriors in recent months.

Cardiff Wheelchair Rugby Team

The recently-launched Cardiff Wheelchair Rugby team are encouraging players to join the side! With training sessions held at the leisure centre in Pentwyn, there is welcome for all to come along and have a taste of the sport.

All game chairs and equipment are provided, with sessions held on Monday evenings (5pm-6pm). 

A big thank you to proud partners Hugh James for their invaluable support as the team continues to grow.

Welsh Deaf Community Rugby Days

Cardiff Rugby Community Foundation annually hold a special community project at Cardiff Arms Park in partnership with the Wales Deaf Rugby Union (WDRU) to inspire young children to further their interest in sport, rugby and give them more of a direct engagement with deaf rugby.

Pupils with hearing difficulties from schools across our region are invited to the day at the home of Cardiff Rugby.

The day sees children enjoy tours of the stadium and changing rooms before training on the same pitch as their heroes, with sessions held by BTEC & FD students on the Cardiff Rugby Education programmes. Cardiff Rugby players also make an appearance to meet the children and sign autographs.

For more information on the Wales Deaf Rugby Union visit www.walesdeafrugby.co.uk