Established in 1976 , BSN Rugby Club is one of the largest and most successful youth rugby clubs in the Netherlands.
From Under9 to Under19, teams compete in all regional and national competitions. This involves travelling to all parts of The Netherlands which is an enjoyable way to see the country.
The club also has an active Tags (non-contact) rugby introduction programme for Under7s.
While we are based at the British School in The Netherlands, it is certainly not a requirement to attend the BSN school in order to join our club. Over the years the club has become the rugby home for many players (and their parents) from the extended international community in the region including local dutch players as well.
Thirteen BSN Turvens made the trip to Delft for the Bonsadag matches against Amstelveen, Delft and Voorburg. In blustery conditions, the team showed their increased confidence: shipping the ball across the line with ease and picking out the support runners to break through the opposition’s defense….
Match Report: Tom Goodwin The BSN took a good squad of fifteen fearless fellows to face the best that Leiden, Rotterdam and Voorburg could throw at them. The weather looked like it wanted to dampen spirits, but soon the drizzle had abated and the scene was set. Match 1 vs. DIOK 2 DIOK were unusual…
The BSN Turvens were in great form for the second home fixture of the season, recording 5 wins, a draw and 2 losses against visiting teams from Voorburg and the Hague. Outstanding performance from Luke with 11 trys in 3 matches, and Noah, Shepherd, Zachary and Sammy all scored their first try of the season.