With fixtures finalised for the 2023/24 season all ticketed events are now live for spectators to buy in advance at https://www.ourfc.org/tickets . Both Jack Glover and Sophie Shams are aiming to make the ‘Iffley Road Experience’ a special one for all who attend any matches. Buying tickets online is a reduced rate compared to on […]
OURFC currently has three men’s teams – the Blues (1st XV), Greyhounds (2nd XV) and Whippets (3rd XV), and three women’s teams – the Blues (1st XV), the Panthers (2nd XV), and the Pumas (3rd XV). All six teams are ‘Open Age’, and play a Varsity Match against their respective Cambridge opposition. In addition, there is a Men’s U20’s Varsity Match.
Activate Learning is proud to announce its rugby programme delivered out of City of Oxford College has become one of only eight colleges in the country to be given England Rugby Partner College status.
In October 2013, B4 Member Phil Strachan introduced a young Tom Ingram to B4’s Richard Rosser for an interview which appeared in B4 Magazine. Nine years on, Phil was delighted to share the news with B4 that Tom had been crowned British Touring Car Champion. Well done Tom from all of us at B4. See the full story below.
Registration is open for Bike Oxford, sponsorship opportunities are available and local businesses are encouraged to use it as a ‘pedal-powered’ vehicle for good. Registration is now open for Bike Oxford 2022, one of the largest single day city sportives in the South of England, held at Oxford University Rugby Club. The event, now in […]
We are excited to announce that the City of Oxford College Wasps A.C.E side have secured their place in the prestigious RFU A.C.E Final with an impressive home win against Truro College (Exeter Chiefs). Prior to moving to the City of Oxford College, Wasps A.C.E had not reached the National Final for approximately 10 years. A fresh start for the programme has meant […]
Following former Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson’s diagnosis of early-onset dementia at 42 and probable chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and a number of NFL and rugby league players facing a similar prognosis, a new research study explores the experiences of family members of former athletes with CTE.