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Joining FHRFC (3 pages)

If you are interested in playing Senior rugby then please email the Club Captain - Rob Impey on If you are interested in Colts Rugby, please contact the Colts Manager

Codes of Conduct (3 pages)

Players Code of Conduct - Understand and work to the values of loyalty and commitment to the club. - Recognize that every player has a right to expect their environment in rugby to be safe and free from ALL types of abuse. - Players should play bec

Volunteering (2 pages)

Volunteering at Fareham Heathens Although Fareham Heathens is a non-profit making organisation, it is incredibly rich when is comes to team spirit and support. The people you meet each week whether they are training your children, managing their team,

International Tickets Policy

Fareham Heathens RFC receives a limited (approx. 20) ticket allocation for each England international that features another major rugby nation (e.g. New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and the Home Nations). For internationals featuring other rugby natio

Touchline Behavior

Fareham Heathens RFC expect all spectators to follow the RFU guidelines for touchline behaviour. If in doubt please contact a club member.

Chairman's Welcome (1 page)

Dear Fellow Heathen, It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to Fareham Heathens RFC. This website intends to give you all the information you require to understand what you can expect as a member of Fareham Heathens Rugby Club, and what we expe

Become a Sponsor (2 pages)

Fareham Heathens RFC is one of the fastest growing community rugby clubs in the area. We have 2 Senior Teams, a Ladies Team and youth teams from Under 6 to Colts and a recently added U13s Girls team. In addition to the 250 plus people who come and play

Safeguarding (1 page)

Safeguarding at Fareham Heathens Rugby Football Club Fareham Heathens RFC is totally committed to the RFU principles and guidelines for safeguarding young players and as such require ALL adults who work in an unsupervised capacity with players under th

Coaching (4 pages)

The ‘Heathens' Way At Fareham Heathens we aspire to play a style of rugby that allows players to develop, whatever their standard or capability. Players are given the freedom to play what is in front of them and express themselves – what we call �

First Aid (3 pages)

Fareham Heathens RFC First Aid Arrangements And Emergency Procedures Everybody involved in rugby at FHRFC should have a responsible attitude towards the prevention and management of any injury. Coaches and FHRFC nominated First Aiders have a specific

About Our Club (1 page)

'Understanding the history and name of our Club' Whilst the name/word Heathen is commonly assumed as having a negative religeous meaning this could not be further from the truth of the proud history of our club name. Originally the Clubs name was

Youth Fixtures 18/19 (1 page)

At Fareham Heathens RFC our aim is to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all our players. Training is one key element, but all those involved really enjoy playing matches against other like minded clubs. Throughout the season our Youth teams wil


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