The Woodville Rugby Union Football Club, known as “The Wasps”, was founded in 1933 and is due to celebrate its 85th Anniversary in 2018. It is one of the oldest established Rugby Union Clubs in South Australia, with a proud and successful history.
Our mission is “To continue in developing the club through its juniors and seniors by providing opportunities and skills to enjoy the game of rugby. We strive to foster and create a club atmosphere where all are welcome by promoting high ethical standards both on and off the field.”
The Wasps takes great pride in being a family club and maintaining an atmosphere where players, partners, children and spectators can enjoy the excellent club facilities in a friendly and safe environment. All visitors and new members can be assured of a warm and genuine welcome at Woodville and new playing members will find camaraderie, friendship and a strong supportive bond from their team-mates.
Come along and be active in a sport that is played in over 140 countries. As a family-oriented club, and a club that has won many awards for best Rugby ground and facilities in South Australia, we are always interested in welcoming new players of all abilities at both junior and senior levels.
2018 JUNIOR SUMMER ACADEMY STARTS FEB 14
To continue in developing the club through its juniors and seniors by providing opportunities and skills to enjoy the game of rugby. We strive to foster and create a club atmosphere where all are welcome by promoting high ethical standards both on and off the field.
RUGBY PLAYING SEASON April – August
Season training for the Seniors, women’s teams are Tuesday & Thursday’s from 6.30pm. Touch rugby for off season training held at the club Thursday night.
Season training for the 5-11 years old Junior players Thursday nights 5.30pm – 6.30pm. 12 – 15 years olds is Tuesday & Thursday nights 5.30pm – 7.00pm.
Juniors off season training 1st & 3rd Thursdays. Unless otherwise advised on Facebook or Team app, training will be held at the Club. Gleneagles Reserve, Ailsa Ave, Seaton