MENS SENIOR

Welcome to our Men’s Senior section. We have 3x Men’s Senior sides. Please see the options below to find what you are looking for.

OUR SPONSORS

We have 3x Men’s Senior sides. On this page you can click through to see results, upcoming fixtures and team information for each side. Our 1st XV play in Hampshire Counties 1. Our 2nd XV play in Hampshire Counties 3 and our 3rd XV play in Hampshire Counties 4. All of our players train together and then selection takes place according to our club selection policy.

Anyone above the age of 18 is welcome to join our seniors. Please contact us through our “Join Us” form if you’re interested in finding out more!

upcoming fixtures and events

MENS FIRST XV
MENS SECOND XV
MENS THIRD XV

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

All of our Men’s senior players train at our home, The Goodship Ground, on our floodlit training area. 

Address: Foxcotte Ln, Andover, SP11 0TA

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:55pm until 8:30pm. 

Training starts for pre-season in July and runs all through the playing season until fixtures end in May.

Membership is compulsory and can be sorted via through this link: 

https://gms.rfu.com/GMS/Dashboard/Organisation/457475

Club socks and shorts must be worn at all games and can be purchased from the clubhouse behind the bar. 

We also have a range training kit, jackets, hats and other kit/clothing.

Our first XV play in the competitive Hampshire 1 League. 

Our second XV play in Hampshire 3 and our third XV play in Hampshire 4. 

We welcome all levels of ability, from seasoned and experienced players to first time enthusiasts. 

Reading this means you’re halfway there already! 

If you’re keen to play some rugby, no matter your level or experience, just come along to training or fill out the contact form on our website if you feel you need to talk to us beforehand. 

Once you’ve been to training, we can talk to you about playing, membership, kit and everything in between. 

Andover RFC wants to acknowledge Paul Campbell for his match day photographs, you can see more of Paul’s work here.