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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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Latest news & events
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
We are standing together with the Bristol Bears, and sports clubs and athletes across the country, to urge social media companies to use their influence to help bring online abuse to an end. Bristol Bears and teams in the EFL, the FA, the Premier League, the FA Women’s Super League and others will not be… Read More »Bristol Bisons Social Media Boycott
14 new players join Bisons Following a successful Open Session on Saturday 03 April, we are lucky enough to have welcomed 14 new players into our team so far, with more new players expressing interest and joining all the time. A warm “Bisons, Bisons, Bisons” welcome to Will, Dan, Richard, Chris, Alex, Jamie, Chris, Simon,… Read More »Bisons welcome Buffaloes to the herd
Bristol Bisons Send England RFU A Message: Rugby For All Since 2005, the Bristol Bisons have guaranteed a safe place for those wanting to play rugby in the South West. This has gone on to lead to several more IGR (Inclusive Gay Rugby) Teams joining us in the South West, and we could not be… Read More »Bisons Stand Up For Rugby For All
“Nice try, RFU: now try again!” In October 2020, World Rugby updated it’s guidance regarding Trans Players to state that it “does not recommend” that trans women play contact rugby. The RFU – much to the delight of rugby players nationwide – immediately rejected these guidelines insisting that it would find a way to ensure… Read More »Bristol Bisons demand review of RFU Trans Policy
Bristol Bisons RFC would like to wish everybody a Happy Trans Day of Visibility. On the 31st of March each year, we look to celebrate Trans and Non-Binary people, and to step back and allow their voices to be uplifted and seen. For those of us who may not be out yet, seeing people live… Read More »Bisons Support Trans Day of Visibility