Reigning England National Cup Champions, Trinity School the 6th team announced

Another National Champion confirmed to play in World Schools Festival Cup competition with London based, Trinity School joining the stellar line-up. The 2021/22 RFU National Cup Champions, beat Kirkham Grammar in a tight final back in March, and have continued the formidable and impressive run in the 2022/23 season. Their National Cup defense began with […]

Rugbypass announced as principle media partner

RugbyPass announced as principal media partner for the World Schools Festival 2022 RugbyPass will be the official media partner of the World Schools Festival which takes place in Thailand this year from the 11th to the 18th December. The festival’s main cup will feature eight of the top age-grade rugby sides in the world as […]

5th School Announced: Sedbergh School of England

One of England’s finest rugby schools, Sedbergh School is the latest world-class school unveiled for Schools rugby’s newest Cup competition. First 2 Teams announced to play in the Open Trophy competition, with CompCare Rugby Travel Academy selecting a SA Invitation XV, and the Odyssey XV assembling a squad from across the world to play in […]

Teams 3 and 4 officially announced!

New Zealand National Champions, Hamilton Boys’ High School, and Irish Powerhouse, St Michael’s College are latest teams announced for Schools rugby’s newest Cup competition to be played in Thailand this December. The stellar line-up for the Cup competition at this year’s World Schools Festival is gathering pace with Hamilton Boys’ High School from New Zealand, […]

First Teams Announced!

Powerhouses Millfield School from England, and Grey College from South Africa are first schools to be unveiled for the Cup in Thailand. One of the most exciting new schools rugby tournaments ever to be launched will be held for the first time at Pattana Sports Resort in Thailand between 12th – 17th December. This international […]

Boland Landbou vs Napier Boys 2018

The first ever game that took place at the World Schools Festival back in 2018 where Boland Landbou from South Africa took on New Zealand’s Napier Boys.