Bath Rugby Foundation is offering youngsters who may not have experienced live rugby before the chance to watch Bath Rugby stars in a quiet, relaxed space at the Rec.

Bath United take on Saracens Storm on Sunday afternoon in English rugby's A league.

And for children and young people who have not experienced live sport, whether it is because they are not comfortable in a busy stadium or don't know the rules, we have space in the East stand, which will be closed to other spectators where our coaches will explain everything that is happening.

Bath Rugby Foundation's Programme Development Manager, Caryl Thomas, said: "This is a great opportunity for young people who may not have seen live rugby before, or are a little intimidated by big crowds to come along and watch some top quality sport, in a quiet, safe environment.

"Some children who take part in our programmes will be coming along. We know that some youngsters would find a seat in a packed stand too noisy, or a little scary, so we will be the only people in the east stand - the crowds will be all the way over on the other side of the pitch.

"And one of the best things about watching Bath United is you get to see the professionals play for FREE."

Families are welcome to come along and learn about what we do at Bath Rugby Foundation.

We are meeting from 1pm in our office at the Bath Rec Sports Hub (beneath the sports centre, North Parade Road, BA2 4ET), for a tea/coffee/squash and a cake, before kick off at 2pm.

For more information email [email protected]bathrugby.com