Long term supporters will remember former Honorary Secretary Neil Robinson who sadly died recently on August 19th aged 70. He led the Club on an unpaid basis during its darkest days prior to the takeover by the Brisbane Broncos. It is no exaggeration to say that there wouldn’t have been a club to take over […]
Neil Robinson London Rugby League fans who followed the Crusaders and subsequently Broncos in the mid-1990s will be sad to hear of the death of Neil Robinson. Neil was from Cumbria, and originally supported Workington. He was working in London as a Sergeant in the Metropolitan Police. He started at the club as a volunteer, […]
Beach Rugby, one of my favourite ways to enjoy one of my favourite sports ! As the Broncos super 8s qualifiers got under way this week I was sitting overlooking a beach in stunning Devon with near perfect internet and glorious sunshine, the beach in question was totally stunning and could have been anywhere in […]
England Talent Pathway England Talent Pathway (ETP) is the step of the rugby league performance programme aiming to “Improve Players by Improving Environments”, delivering more and better players, supported by more and better coaches. The programme provides CPD and resources to upskill teachers and coaches so that rugby league players in those environments have access […]
One of our aims off the field is to prepare our players for life after sport. A Rugby League career, as like many sports, can sometimes be cut short and not have the longevity of other careers. Over the last 6 months, the majority of the first team squad have been studying a number of […]
London Broncos are demonstrating their commitment to local talent with the announcement of an exciting new role in the youth performance department. The Talent and Performance Officer will work alongside the Head of Youth Performance specifically identifying and recruiting local talent, developing local partnerships with schools and clubs and adding value to the Academy set […]
When Will Lovell injured his knee back in 2016 little did he know what the 2018 season had in store. Now a regular in the London Broncos squad we caught up with Will in between his regular visits to local schools. You are an integral part of the Community Broncos team now. What has working […]
The London Broncos Community programme works under many guises covering many areas. Within the programme are a team of individuals who not only love the club and the sport but love the work they do for so many people. Max Savage is a prime example of one such person. Having started the game of Rugby […]
Community Broncos are pleased to announce the launch of ‘ Bronco Booster’ an after school Numeracy project, which is being supported by Simply Air Conditioning. We are delivering after school numeracy clubs to help children in reaching their targets. The classroom sessions are then followed by 30 minutes of sporting activity. Jonathan Lister from Simply […]
London Broncos are delighted to announce that Colin Baker has returned to the club in accepting the position of Under 16 Head Coach with immediate effect. Colin has a vast experience within the game, both locally and further afield, and it is a massive positive for the club and specifically the Scholarship programme that he […]
London Broncos are delighted to announce the continuation of their charity partnership with The Footprints Foundation for the 2018 season. The Foundation will be sponsoring both the Academy and Scholarship teams and the Footprints Foundation logo will be situated on the back of each team’s playing shirts. Bob Holt, said, “Footprints Foundation are delighted to […]
On Tuesday 19th December, Community Broncos were spreading ‘Christmas Cheer’ at a local primary school. Working in partnership with our charity partner “His Church” members of the first team squad and CEO, Jason Loubser, were on hand to unload the generous food donations at Woodlands Academy. London Broncos Academy player Max Savage, who works full […]
For some 19 year olds life can be a bit of a breeze sometimes but not for Matt Davies. Towards the end of the 2017 season the then head Coach made the decision to release Matt Davies as he had enough players in the positions in which the talented 19 year old could play. Matt […]
London Broncos are delighted to announce yet another two partners for the 2018 season. Health and Fitness giants Nuffield Health have been a part of the club for a year now but we will now see them on the replica and playing shirts for 2018. The deal will see the first team using the Nuffield […]
2017 has been a busy year for the Community Broncos department. Under John Keyes’ leadership, Max Savage, Jacob Ogden, Will Lovell, Daniel Harrison, Adrian Purtell and Junior Roqica, amongst many other faces, have been busy delivering highly successful programmes in various local primary schools, and community initiatives, culminating in a nomination for Sports Club of […]
The London Rugby League Foundation again proved on Saturday 22 July that Junior League is thriving here in the capital. Teams from all over London and the South East converged on Trailfinders Sports Club for their end of season Grand Finals day, with children as young as seven years old taking part. From Richmond to […]
London Broncos nominated for Sports Club of the Year The Club has been nominated for the award in the Ealing Council managed, Ealing Sports Awards, based on the incredible work of the Community Broncos team. The inaugural Ealing Sports Awards, sponsored by Everyone Active, were voted for by the public over the last four months, […]
Community Broncos were on hand this morning to launch the Daily Mile at Woodlands Academy. Head Coach Andrew Henderson, first team players , Jay Pitts and Eddie Battye, plus Will Lovell from the London Broncos Community team, joined pupils, parents and staff as the children embarked on their first attempt at this fantastic initiative. The […]
This weekend, we welcome more junior rugby to Trailfinders Sports Club, and the London Broncos. Following on from last week’s game between Eastern Rhinos and Medway Dragons, we welcome two more community teams to West London to play each other on the 3G pitches. The Elmbridge Eagles are a well-established rugby league team, playing in […]
This weekend sees London Broncos play host to Junior League rugby The Eastern Rhinos, from Colchester, will take on Medway Dragons at 1:30pm on the new second pitch at Trailfinders Sports Club. Under the guidance of Michael Anderson and Jack Barbrooke the Eastern Rhinos have a flourishing programme at under 9, under 11 and under […]
London Broncos Rugby League is delighted to announce a new community project initiative in conjunction with Mosaic, a mentoring initiative of The Princes Trust. Founded by HRH Prince Of Wales in 2007, Mosaic offers accredited mentoring programmes in schools and prisons across the country; creating opportunities for nine to 30-year-olds who are growing up in […]
The Rugby Football League are pleased to announce that Friday, August 25 will officially be known as Jersey Day. Originally planned for Friday, May 26, fans are now encouraged to wear their favourite jersey on the eve of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final to celebrate the biggest annual Rugby League event in the calendar. The […]
Community Broncos were out early this morning with their award winning, Be at School on Time project. First team Captain Daniel Harrison along with Community staff Jacob Ogden, Alfie Lawrence and Buck welcomed the children into school at Woodlands Academy and were handing out free bottles of water. Community Manager John Keyes said “The impact of this […]
The London Rugby League Foundation invites you to join us on Thursday 25th May for arguably the biggest derby in British rugby league, St Helens versus Wigan Warriors, on the big screen at Riley’s Sports Bar, Haymarket. The aim of the event is to bring together Rugby League fans in London to socialise, network and […]
The London Broncos community programme continued the great work started earlier this year with Ealing Alternative Provision, inviting a group of young people to take part in a rugby league training session at Trailfinders Sports Club on Tuesday. Ealing Alternative Provision (EAP) provides education for young people who are unable to continue their education in […]
The Community Broncos were out and about with the Challenge Cup two weeks ago, visiting three local primary schools in West London. Buck, Will Lovell, and Alfie Lawrence helped take the Cup to Woodlands Academy, Mayfield Primary and Selborne Primary, and the students at each school had a brilliant day. Emma Ankers, Sports Coordinator at Mayfield Primary, commented: […]
The Rugby Football League is celebrating International Women’s Day with the announcement that it will launch a new ‘Framework for Women in Rugby League’ this Spring. The Framework will bring together all the ways that women are involved in Rugby League – as players, coaches, match officials, volunteers, administrators, media, parents, fans and supporters. Sarah-Jane […]
St Mary’s University, Twickenham and Rugby League Club London Broncos have today officially launched a partnership to enable St Mary’s students to reach both their academic and sporting potential, and provide an educational pathway for London Broncos players that will support recruitment of talented players. The partnership gives St Mary’s University rugby league players access […]
If you’d like to get involved with the London Broncos in the 2017 season, here’s your chance – we’re looking for eight young people aged 13+ to be our ball boys at every home game! For your time, we’d offer £10 per game, your lunch on the day, and Broncos kit also to be worn on the day – […]
The BBC have secured the rights to the Rugby League World Cup 2021, cementing their commitment to Rugby League over the next four years. As well as showing the forthcoming Rugby League World Cup in October/November 2017, the new deal means the BBC will now retain free-to-air rights to all 31 matches of the 2021 […]
Rugby League Cares is delighted to announce that the new National Rugby League Museum will be based in Bradford, a city with a rich sporting heritage which is currently undergoing a cultural and architectural transformation. The museum is scheduled to open in August 2020 to mark Rugby League’s 125-year anniversary and will take pride of […]
London Broncos, working with Woodlands Primary, won the Kingstone Press Championship Project of the Year for the ‘Be at School on Time’ initiative, in Monday night’s awards. John Keyes, London’s Community Manager, has been working with the school (formerly Hathaway Primary), since London’s move to Ealing, and the program was designed as a three week initiative to encourage […]
The picture of Matt King was snapped close to the finish line of the 2006 Great North Run. Leading a team of runners, he created history by being the first person with his level of spinal injury to complete a half marathon. Two and a half years before this picture was taken, a then 17 […]
#GrandFinal2016 First Utility Super League is looking to give the most passionate Rugby League family in the country a week they’ll never forget in the build up to the 2016 First Utility Super League Grand Final. Do you attend matches with three or four generations of the same family? Do you follow your team home […]
With fantastic money can’t buy prizes on offer – don’t miss out on a ticket in tomorrow’s match day raffle! At a cost of £2 per ticket, 40% off the profits raised go to the Footprints Foundation, and 60% to Community Broncos – both very worthy causes. Prizes include: Signed Jamie Soward Indigenous All Stars […]
Over 150,000 people will watch Rugby League live in London this year – a figure that underlines the appetite for the sport in the nation’s capital. Rugby League continues to achieve great things at all levels – community participation, domestic and international performance and major events. At one time, athletes such as Martin Offiah could […]
The RFL has today confirmed that it will bid for England to host the Rugby League World Cup in 2021. Following what was widely regarded as the most successful Rugby League World Cup ever in 2013, the RFL revealed their ambition to make 2021 the biggest and most watched tournament in the sports history targeting […]
Our sincere thanks go to all those who bought a ticket in our match day raffle at the Workington game on June 5. At a cost of £2 per ticket, 40% off the profits raised go to the Footprints Foundation, and 60% to Community Broncos – both very worthy causes. Sunday 5 June’s winners: Terry Wilson […]
Swinton Lions designated the game against London Broncos on Sunday 12 June (kick-off 3pm) as a Community Clubs Day. As part of the process of celebrating our 150th anniversary year, Swinton Lions RLFC is saying thank you to all the community clubs and neighbouring family of Super League clubs who have supported us throughout our history. […]
Calling all Rugby League fans. Have you ever wanted to step on to the famous Wembley pitch wearing your team’s colours in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final? Well this is your perfect opportunity! BBC’s Songs of Praise have launched of the Rugby League Challenge Cup Fans Choir. The competition will see fans from 32 of […]
London Broncos are launching an appeal on behalf of Hathaway Primary, the club’s school community partner. The community team are looking for businesses to assist in the removal of disused playground equipment and the subsequent reparation works at the Ealing primary school. If you are interested in helping, please contact [email protected]
Our sincere thanks go to all those who bought a ticket in our match day raffle at the Whitehaven game on May 22. At a cost of £2 per ticket, 40% off the profits raised go to the Footprints Foundation, and 60% to Community Broncos – both very worthy causes. Sunday 10 April’s winners: J Lister […]
Our sincere thanks go to all those who bought a ticket in our match day raffle at the Batley game on April 10. At a cost of £2 per ticket, 25% off the profits raised go to the Footprints Foundation, 25% to the LBSA, and 50% to Community Broncos – all very worthy causes. Sunday 10 […]
Our sincere thanks go to all those who bought a ticket in our match day raffle at the Featherstone game on March 28. At a cost of £2 per ticket, 25% off the profits raised go to the Footprints Foundation, 25% to the LBSA, and 50% to Community Broncos – all very worthy causes. Sunday 28 March’s […]
Our sincere thanks go to all those who bought a ticket in our match day raffle at the Dewsbury game on March 12. At a cost of £2 per ticket, 25% off the profits raised go to the Footprints Foundation, 25% to the LBSA, and 50% to Community Broncos – all very worthy causes. Saturday 12 March’s […]
John Martin Estates celebrated its 20th birthday on Pitshanger Lane on 25th October. However, the last few months of 2015 also saw John Martin engrossed in a campaign to promote all of the traders on the Lane he loves. In his role as Chairman of the Pitshanger Village Traders Association, John had the idea to enter […]
London Broncos have extended their deal with charity partner, the Footprints Foundation. The Broncos partnered with the Footprints Foundation at end of 2014 with the aim of collecting unwanted sports kit and boots for donation to the Foundation. The Footprints Foundation aims to tackle the problems and issues facing disadvantaged and vulnerable young and elderly […]
Jamie Langley has named his 20 man squad to travel to Wakefield for Saturday’s clash with the Wildcats at Belle Vue Stadium. The match is the season opener for the Broncos academy, who will be looking to come away with a victory after drawing 22 all with Hemel Stags in the pre-season friendly on February […]
Our sincere thanks go to all those who bought a ticket in our match day raffle at the Swinton game on February 14. At a cost of £2 per ticket, 25% off the profits raised go to the Footprints Foundation, 25% to the LBSA, and 50% to Community Broncos – all very worthy causes. Sunday […]
Jamie Langley has named his side to take on the League 1 Skolars, in this weekend’s London Clash at New River Stadium. The London Derby sees both teams face off on an annual basis, and 2016 is sure to be a highly contested affair. London Broncos v London Skolars, Saturday 30 January, New River Stadium […]
The London Broncos Supporters Association has further cemented their commitment to the Broncos, sponsoring the Broncos academy in 2016. The agreement sees the LBSA logo featured on the home kit of the academy team, which was revealed for the first time last Saturday, after the first team’s match against the Newcastle Yowies. Formed in 2014, […]
The London Broncos will play our first ever game at Trailfinders Sport Club in Ealing on Saturday 23 January, and we’d like you to help us celebrate. As a welcome to Ealing, the day will be a showcase of London’s rugby. Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club begin the day at 2pm when they’ll kick off against […]
London Broncos in partnership with PDF Sport Ltd and Network Rail has recently completed a coaching programme in and around the Feltham area in both primary and secondary schools.
London Broncos have recently begun a coaching programme in both primary and secondary schools in and around the Bushey area.
Rugby League in London has been given a huge boost with the setting up of the London Rugby League Foundation to drive development of the game in the capital.
Join London Broncos first team players at The Shire London for the London Broncos Golf Day on Tuesday 23rd June 2015.
The RFL and Sky Sports today launched Sky Try, an exciting new initiative that will reach 700,000 people over the course of the next seven years.
London Broncos will kick off their Kingstone Press Championship season with a home game against Doncaster on Sunday 15th February at The Hive in London (kick-off 3pm).
A new vacancy has been made available as the Director of the London Rugby League Foundation, which is a Charity established to promote the development of the sport in London and the surrounding region.
London Broncos head physiotherapist Kelly Burke is set to run in the 41st Berlin Marathon this Sunday.
A committed Broncos fan who uses his support of the club to spend more time with his daughters has been named London Broncos BRUT Fan of Pride 2014.
London Broncos recently raised £500 for the charity RL4ALEX. The fundraising was organised by Joe Keyes who is one of the charity’s advocates and the initiative saw the club sell 100 £5 tickets for the charity.