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The South West's first inclusive and queer friendly rugby team
We aim to provide a safe and open environment for gay, straight and bisexual individuals to participate in sport, regardless of; age, ability, experience or sexual orientation.
We provide access to sport without prejudice.
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Bristol Bisons RFC, the South West’s first all-inclusive and queer friendly rugby team, has found a new sponsor in First Bus in the West of England. Announced today at the Bristol Bisons home ground of Clifton RFC, the sponsorship will include seeing the First Bus logo appear on the teams’ brand-new kit from April 2023, plus… Read More »FIRST BUS ANNOUNCE SPONSORSHIP OF ALL-INCLUSIVE RUGBY TEAM, BRISTOL BISONS RFC
Rugby Returns! RUGBY RETURNS! Last weekend (17th July), several of Bisons attended the return of Touch My Brum in Birmingham – an all-day touch rugby event run by the fabulous Birmingham Bulls RFC. Despite the “unprecedented” (yuck!) 30-degree heatwave hitting Britain at the time, 10 of our gorgeous Bisons made the trip up the M5 for… Read More »Touch My Brum 2021
Ken has won the right to stay in the UK We are delighted to announce that, after 5 years of battling with the UK Home Office – a fight which was increased in intensity in 2019 when Ken was threatened with immediate removal from the Country – our very own Ken, has won his asylum… Read More »Keep Ken Home
Bristol Bisons marked 14 July non-binary day, wishing all non-binary siblings, supporters and people everywhere a Happy Non-Binary Day. Observed each 14 July, Non-Binary Day focuses on raising awareness of the issues faced by non-binary people around the world. First celebrated in 2012, it was chosen for being precisely half way between Internal Men’s Day… Read More »Bisons Mark Non-Binary day
A Portrait of Pride Every June, the Progress Flag is hoisted on flag poles around the world: it is hung from window sills, and overlaid on company logos, and stuck on bumpers of the LGBTQI+ communities and Allies around the globe. The Progress Flag is more than just cloth and stripes: it is freedom for… Read More »Bisons Celebrate With Pride
Bristol Bisons RFC appoint Sasha Acheson as Head Coach Sasha Acheson has agreed to join the Bristol Bisons as Head Coach from May 2021. Sasha currently coaches the England Fire Service Forwards, and has previously done lots of guest coaching including with the Cornish Pirates, London Irish and Bristol Rugby on their various community programmes,… Read More »Headhunting Over For Bristol Bisons