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The Coventry Wasps have a variety of opportunities for children and young people to play rugby and watch Wasps matches with their family and friends.
The club’s community team have converted two hospitality boxes at the Ricoh Arena into a quiet viewing room and a separate sensory space, where adults and children with autism and other disabilities can watch the action whilst being shielded from loud noise and bright lights.
For more information please visit the Wasps Community Inclusion Page.
Project Rugby currently engages with participants aged 14+ (and 16+ for disabled people) and is delivered by Wasps Community Coaching staff at several locations across Coventry, Birmingham & The West Midlands, providing accessible opportunities for people to participate in the game at a time and place that can be easily accessed by participants.
For more information please visit the Wasps Project Rugby Site