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As of 1st June 2016 the club will become ​Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club

Events @ BillesleyClick on event name for more info
Every Wednesday Quiz night in the clubhouse
Sat 7th MayPurple Ribbon Charity Ball
Sun 8th MayRFU U20 Shield Final
Fri 3rd JunBeatles Tribute Night
Mon 11th JulAGM & Supporters Forum
RFU U20 Shield Final

Hampshire U20 v Durham U20

Sunday 8th May
​1.00pm kick off at Billesley Common

Club AGM & Supporters Forum

The club AGM & Members Forum will take place on Monday 11th July in the Reddings Suite, starting at 7.00pm

All welcome

2016 / 17 Gate & Season Ticket Pricing

The club has now confirmed both gate & season ticket prices for the 2016/17 season

Gate prices have been reduced in an aim to encourage more new support while season tickets now include a free seat in the grandstand and the club will be issuing season ticket holders with free guest tickets at selected matches during the season.

In a further move to support families enjoying a day at a rugby match entry to under 16s is now free

To view gate prices
click here    To view season ticket details and download your application form click here

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Moseley 2016 RFU Grand Draw
Ticket sales = £1,472.10
Paid to RFU Draw £147.20 (10%)
Paid to sections (30% of section sales) = MSA £115.50, M&J £23.10, YD £27.00, MWRFC £69.00

Funds retained by club £1,090.30       

Thank you for your support
Club President Sponsors New Stand
Club Chairman, Dave Warren, was this week delighted to announce the agreement of a six figure, 4 year sponsorship package of our new stand with Club President, John Richards.

Commenting on his actions J.R. said "It is with huge pleasure that I have been able to agree this with Dave. Moseley has been a key part of my life since I joined as a player in 1979.  My son, Jack, has continued the playing theme for the last 20 years, however, it began with my father J.D. Richards who joined the Club as a front row forward in 1946. He died in 2012 in his 92nd year.  My sponsorship is in honour of his memory”.

To read more about JR's generous act
click here

Louis Deacon Joins Moseley’s Coaching Staff

Moseley Rugby Club Director of Rugby Kevin Maggs, today confirmed that ex Leicester and England Second Row Louis Deacon will be joining the coaching team until the end of the season. Louis will primarily focus on supporting the forward coaching activities, with a particular emphasis on lineout play. 
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Moseley Rugby Club amends name to Birmingham Moseley from June 2016

Moseley Rugby Club has great pleasure in announcing that they will start the 2016/17 season as ‘Birmingham Moseley’. The decision was confirmed this week by the Moseley board following approval of an application to the RFU Governance Committee on the 3rd November.
The name change from Moseley Rugby Club to Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club will come into effect on 1st June 2016. The legal entity that runs the club on behalf of the members will not change and continue to trade as Moseley Rugby Ltd.  

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Moseley stalwart Adam Caves hits the big 300

Adam Caves marks the official opening of the new £3.6m Moseley stand on Saturday against Ealing by making his 300th appearance for the 1st XV.

Adam joined the club as a Junior and progressed through the Colts system where he picked up England U16, U18, U19, U20 and U21 honours as well as touring with the England Counties XV. He made his Moseley 1st XV debut in 2000.

For more about Adam's amazing record click here.

Missed seeing 'Rugby – A Midlands Story’ after the Ealing game?

‘Rugby – A Midlands Story’
 is a short documentary film from Moseley based Iconic Productions, released to coincide with the Rugby World Cup and particularly the hosting of games in Birmingham. It charts the heritage of the sport in the region that invented it with some excellent coverage of Moseley. 

If you were not able to make the screening you can now view the film through this website by
clicking here 

Aaron Pinches nominated for September GK IPA Championship Player of the Month

Congratulations to Aaron on his nomination for the Championship Player of the Month.

"Aaron Pinches joins the innagural nominees of the 2015/16 campaign, having impressed following his summer move from Bedwas RFC. The centre has brought massive go forward to the Moseley midfield, proving instrumental in the Midlands side's victory over London Scottish, and playing a further crucial role against Bedford Blues and London Welsh, despite narrow losses in both."

Important information

For the 2015/16 season the club has introduced a new ticketing & access system.

Please click here for some important information regarding the changes

Moseley Win National Rugby Award 2015

Club officials were delighted to be presented with the award for Club Development of the Year 2015 at the National Rugby Awards held at Twickenham.

The award was presented to the club for the opening of the new £3.6m facility at the final match of last season, while raising funding over 15 years without incurring debt.

The award is fitting recognition for all the people at the club, both past and present, who have made the hopes of development a reality. 

Click on the picture to read about Neil's reaction to winning.

Greene King IPA Championship Kicking Challenge

Watch Charley Foley, Glyn Hughes & Louis Roach take the Greene King IPA Kicking Challenge. 
Who will be the bullseye of Billesley?

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Join the Moseley Supporters Association and save.

Have you joined the MSA yet? If you do you can help support the club, enjoy various social events throughout the year and save money on away travel. This season the MSA are running the following away trips:

Coaches cost £10 but MSA members get to travel for the fantastic price of only £5

To join see members of the MSA at home games and to book your place on a coach e-mail 

World Cup Trophy Tour visit a great success 
Thanks to everyone who came along to Sundays visit of the Webb Ellis Trophy to Moseley
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Moseley RFC set to fast-track young stars
Moseley have announced a ground-breaking initiative to increase the number of home-grown players in their Championship team.

The Billesley Common outfit have introduced First XV Training Contracts to create a pathway for their best Under-19 players to work with Kevin Maggs’s senior squad. Three prospects, wing Billy Lee, hooker Joe Lynch and back-five forward Greg Naptin, have become the first to sign the agreements.

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