Welcome to the Worth Old Boys' Society Rugby Football Club.
The Worth Old Boys' Society Rugby Football Club ("the WOBS") was founded in 1993. Our grounds are at Whiteley Village, Burwood Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey where we have our own pitches and share a Clubhouse with Reeds Weybridge RFC.
The WOBS Rugby Club is open to all old boys, and masters, of Worth School, Crawley, Sussex. Although primarily aimed to serve the needs of old boys of the school, the Club Rules allow for a small proportion of non-Worth players, who can be proposed as members after playing-in for the club. The Rugby Club operates as an autonomous section of the Worth Old Boys' Society, which supports their activities.
WOBS are affiliated with the RFU and the Surrey RFU. Games are played
in the region around the South-West of London and in Surrey. The WOBS
currently play in Surrey League 3.
welcome new members of all standards. If you wish to contact someone about
the WOBS, either as a player or as a supporter, please try one of these contacts
Worth School is a Benedictine foundation, in Turners Hill, Sussex. The senior school was founded in 1959, on the site of the Preparatory School and Priory which had in turn been founded by Benedictine monks from Downside in 1933. Currently the School has 450 boys and 150 girls aged from 11 to 18 years. The School has been co-educational since 2008.
For more details on Worth School and Worth Abbey click here.