Enjoy the best seat in the house with VIP hospitality and dining in the new Lifesure Suite at the Bedford Blues Fireworks and Funfair Display on Friday 2nd Novemeber. 

Experience an unrivaled and exclusive hospitality package for 10 people at a cost of £500 (individual places also available). Simply email or to book. 

The Lifesure Suite is a shared hospitality venue for up to 100 guests. Equipped with a superb private bar and viewing balcony, it will make for the perfect spot to watch the evening’s Fireworks displays.

Bedford Blues put in an extraordinary display at the Mennaye Field on Sunday afternoon to pick up a hugely important 29-30 win over the Cornish Pirates in the Green King IPA Championship.

Tries from Rich Lane, Ryan Hutler and Dean Adamson along with 12 points from the boot of Will Hooley and a thunder-like penalty from Lewis Robling sealed the win, but the Blues defence was tested until the very final second of the game.

Bedford got an early opportunity when Will Hooley’s kick-off was knocked on, but the Pirates defended with plenty of grit following the scrum and the Blues just weren’t able to make the most of the early possession.

The annual Fireworks Display and Funfair is back at Bedford Blues this Friday 2nd November 2018, with ticket sales now open, buy yours today by clicking here to save £3 on gate prices.

If you can’t buy online, pop into the club, the Followers will be selling Fireworks tickets from the marquee between 12-2pm and 3-6pm each day in the week leading up to Fireworks.

Bedford Blues are hosting a Murder Mystery night with a difference on New Year’s Eve in the Marquee at Goldington Road.

See in the New Year in 80’s style with the Blues, including welcome drink on arrival, hot buffet, Murder Mystery entertainment with professional actors and 80’s themed disco to welcome in 2019.

Doors open at 7pm on Monday 31st December with carriages at 12:30am. Tickets cost just £37.50 per person for a night filled with entertainment.  

This November the Nation will be commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War 1 which concluded with the armistice being declared on Monday 11/11/1918.

To mark this occasion, Bedford Rugby Followers Association are holding an Armistice Dance on Saturday 17th November 2018 in the Scrum Hall at Goldington Road, open to all from 7pm.

The rugby ground at Goldington Road was in fact used as a military camp during WW1 and in tribute the Scrum Hall, built in 1910, will be decorated to resemble a WW1 NAAFI.

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Upcoming Events

Sat 27-Oct 3.00pm
Goldington Road
1st XV Fixture
Sun 11-Nov 2.30pm
Mennaye Field
1st XV Fixture
Fri 16-Nov 7.45pm
Goldington Road
1st XV Fixture
Sun 25-Nov 3.00pm
Madejski Stadium
1st XV Fixture
Sat 1-Dec 3.00pm
Goldington Road
1st XV Fixture

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Saturday 27th October
1st XV Championship
Goldington Road