World Record | The Longest Pass Special Kit
Chichester Rugby Football Club was Founded in 1926 – and it wants to go into its 90th year with a Guinness World Record. . .
Chichester Rugby Football Club is a large charitable community sports club just minutes from the centre of historic Chichester at Oaklands park, one of the most Idyllic sports park on the South Coast.
Playing in London League 3 South for the first time in 2014/15, CRFC are looking for great achievements both on and off the field.
Their newly refurbished Pavilion Club House is proving very popular as a venue for Sponsors, Players, Supporters and the extended Chichester community alike.
One key component of the ethos of the club is the development of their junior squads and, with over 450 youngsters, both boys and girls on the roster, the future teams of the club look assured. But like any growing successful club, we need help from local people and sponsors.
Where you come in
On September 5, Chichester Rugby Football Club will attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the Longest Pass, with a 3/4 line running in excess of 2.5miles into the city of Chichester, around the city walls and back to the Club’s New Pavilion.
To mark this occasion, we hope to kit our runners out with a special team kit and are hoping you can help us do this.
Our strong community engagement activities include an outstanding social space with a bar, a brand new Strength and Conditioning fitness gym – that’s more modern than anything for 30 miles around – and meeting and other function facilities.
We have flourishing rugby teams at every level and age group and are keen advocates of health and well-being programmes, with our coaches in contact with up to 32 schools in the region, promoting rugby and general fitness to a wide range of children.
In addition, we host a number of summer fitness activities, corporate events throughout the year.
Please consider supporting our runners for as little as £10 in what we expect to be an historical achievement for the club and for Chichester.
Thanks in advance,