The Birmingham and Solihull Rugby Club

The Bees play their home games in strip of Black, Red and Orange shirts. The shirt has been pulled on by some notable players in the game who have played representative rugby, such as: Craig Chalmers Scotland, Ryan Lamb and Tom Beim. As well as several overseas players.

Birmingham and Solihull Rugby Football Club, now known as Pertemps Bees are a rugby union club representing Birmingham and Solihull. The club was formed in 1989 by the merger of Birmingham and Solihull rugby clubs, both established over 60 years ago. The Bees play in National Division One of the English leagues and they play their home games at Sharmans Cross Road, Solihull, West Midlands. The club has big expansion plans for a super stadium costing �60 million and we wait to see the outcome.

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