Fully paid up members of the Club over the age of 18 are eligible to apply for tickets for England’s games against South Africa, Australia and New Zealand at Twickenham this Autumn (the game against Japan will be on public sale through the England Rugby website).
To apply for tickets
- Download the application form (click here to download form);
- Complete the form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org; and
- Make payment as directed on the form.
But please note:
- You may only initially apply for a maximum of two tickets per game;
- Forms will not be accepted without payment; and
- Late, incomplete or unsigned applications will not be accepted.
The deadline for applications is SUNDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 2018.
After a long and rigorous search, Hammersmith & Fulham RFC is pleased to announce the appointment of Liam Dunseath as Head Coach for the 2018/19 season.
Currently serving as Head Coach of London Southbank University following stints in Fiji, Iran, and Thailand, Liam also served as a specialist video analysis consultant to England’s Head Coach Eddie Jones in their victorious 2016 Grand Slam 2016 Grand Slam Title, RBS 6 Nations & the Triple Crown campaign.
In executing his task, Liam will be supported by our excellent assistant coaching team of James Coughbrough, Dan DeWolfe, and long-time tormentor and fitness coach, Ian Burbidge.
With pre-season having now started, Liam is already working with the team to deliver on the club’s ambitions and targets. In Liam’s own words:
“I’m extremely excited to be appointed as Head Coach at H&F RFC.
The club has a clear objective and vision to be promoted to London 1 and my job is to facilitate the players potential to achieve this. Even as a Level 7 club, I’ve been thoroughly impressed with the interview process and what the club stands for with several leaders already being evident. There’s no denying as the players and coaches, we all have a massive task at hand. This is an achievable journey with hard work, dedication and the willingness to develop new skills as the club and players grow.”
Hammersmith & Fulham RFC wish to recruit a men’s Head Coach who
will help deliver the club’s objective of securing promotion to London 1
whilst supporting the ambitions of all players across all teams.
Who are we?
Since forming in 1978, Hammersmith & Fulham RFC (‘the Hammers’)
has grown into one of London’s largest and most successful amateur
Rugby clubs. With 5 men’s teams competing in the RFU and
Middlesex Leagues, a vibrant vets team, a ladies and youth section,
our commitment to high-standards combined with our ambition to
compete at the highest possible level is matched only by our 1-club
ethos, our inclusive and welcoming culture, and our renowned social
scene. Blessed with a deep pool of highly talented and experienced
players, we also offer Rugby to those who are new to the game.
Hammersmith and Fulham RFC is more than just a Rugby club, it’s a
home, and we’re looking for a vibrant, creative and ambitious Head
Coach to be part of it.
Who are we looking for?
After eleven seasons of consistent success in London 2 North
West broken up by a single season in London 1, we are looking for
a suitably qualified and experienced Head Coach to lead our club
back to London 1. Supported by the club captain, the team captains,
assistant coaches, club physios and the senior players group, you will
accomplish this by providing our men’s teams with the tools to achieve
success in their individual leagues. Your core duties will be:
• Shape and implement a rugby philosophy that can be consistently
applied by all teams across the Club in pursuit of their competitive
objectives – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th teams;
• Plan the coaching program for pre-and-in-season training to
support the development of player skills at all levels of experience,
and which will provide for challenging, active and effective
coaching sessions for the entire player base;
• Support and direct the execution of the coaching program by the
assistant coaches and fitness coach at training sessions;
• Evaluate match performances and training sessions with the
coaching team and players and evolve the coaching program as
• Build and embed a process to identify and develop playing talent
in all squads across the Club and regularly provide clear, honest
feedback to individual players on how they can improve; and
• Attend our Tuesday and Thursday coaching sessions and matches
with the senior squads.
A Level 2 coaching certificate or international equivalent is preferred
but not essential.
Where are we?
From our home base of Hurlingham Park in Fulham, we are very close
to some of London’s most vibrant and youthful locations and wellserved
by public transport. Applicants who work in London will find us
How can I apply?
If you are energetic and ambitious coach with a love of Rugby and are
looking for a friendly club with an ethos of success we want to hear
from you; please contact our Chairman – Terry Alleyne, either by email
(email@example.com) or by phone (07505 748 379).