Rugby Club Insurance

Marsh’s exclusive rugby club insurance offers comprehensive cover for rugby clubs in the UK.

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Rugby Club Insurance

Marsh’s exclusive rugby club insurance offers comprehensive cover for rugby clubs in the UK, giving you peace of mind that your club and its members are in safe hands.

With over 30 years’ experience in providing cover for sports clubs around the country, our experienced team of insurance experts understands the needs of sports clubs in general, and the unique challenges faced by rugby clubs. By choosing us for your insurance cover, you will be working with a team as dedicated to insurance as you are to your sport.

We understand that no two rugby clubs are the same, so we put together a policy that’s specific to your needs. And should the worse happen, you will have peace of mind knowing that we’re on hand to help you get your club and ground back on track.

Our Rugby Insurance Solution Includes Cover for:*

  • Buildings.

  • Contents.

  • Scrummaging machines in the grounds of the premises.

  • Rugby kit and balls used within European Union.

  • Tobacco, wines, and spirits.

  • Business interruption.

  • Failure of public utilities.

  • The loss of money or goods by a dishonest employee.

Optional Extensions Available*

  • Legal expenses cover and assistance.

  • Engineering insurance.

  • Engineering inspection.

  • Terrorism cover.

*As with all insurance policies, terms and conditions apply. Contact us for full details.

Managing a rugby club involves a lot of hard work and responsibilities that may require all of your attention. As your time is precious, we want to help make arranging your club’s insurance as straight forward as possible, so you can focus on the important task of running a successful club.

If you want to find out more about our specialist Rugby Club Insurance, or see if we can improve your cover, premium or service, contact us today for a chat with our insurance experts.

The Importance of Business Insurance for Rugby Clubs

It’s essential for rugby clubs to be insured for a wide range of potential risks to their members, employees, players, directors and club officials, and the general public.

Basic cover for rugby clubs should typically include:

  • Damage to your clubhouse, changing rooms, outbuildings, pitches, scoreboards, and stands. 
  • Public liability cover for accidents to players, members and the general public.
  • Cover for all equipment and contents, including scrummaging machines, rugby kit and balls, tobacco, wines and spirits.
  • Business interruption including failure of public utilities

In addition, many clubs also host events such as firework displays and bonfire nights, which require appropriate cover in place.

Our exclusive rugby club insurance provides cover for all this, along with optional extras for things like legal expenses, engineering insurance, and terrorism insurance.

Get a quote 03334145262

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To allow us to understand your needs, provide advice, and recommend an insurance solution, you will need to provide specific information regarding your business and property, including any tools you use or stock you may want to insure. We will guide you through what is needed when you contact us. It would also be useful to have any previous insurance details to hand, including policy details and any renewal documentation.


In most instances there will no requirement to visit you in person to arrange a policy, as we discuss your requirements and the quotation over the phone. The insurance we arrange is based on a number of factors including your premises, employees, equipment, and stock ‒ therefore we will help guide you on the factors that may affect your insurance quotation, however it is important you tell us about anything you feel may be relevant. In addition, the information you provide should be accurate and honest.


As both your requirements and insurers may change over time, quotes are only valid for a particular period of time, typically 30 days. Therefore it is best to obtain a quotation within this time frame from your renewal date. You can leave your details with us and we will call you when your renewal date is due to discuss your insurance requirements.


We consider all businesses on a case-by-case basis. Having a previous claim may not necessarily mean you can’t be covered, therefore please contact us to discuss your insurance requirements and claims history.


IPT is a charge levied by HM Revenue and Customs, which is currently 10% for business insurance policies.

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