Rugby League has seen an immense growth in schools over the last few years which will support the development of the sport in the future and this competition has played a vital role in introducing the game to an ever increasing number of young people throughout the United Kingdom. The 2011 tournament saw a total of 1,678 teams take part nationally, an increase of 175 from 2010.
In the Broncos development areas of Kingston-upon-Thames, Richmond-upon-Thames, Hounslow, Ealing, and Surrey, the Foundation run the local rounds of the Champion Schools Competition.
Every year groups has its' own competition with the winners crowned their borough champions for that year and winning the right to progress through the regional rounds, playing against winners of the South London, North London, Kent, Hemel and St Albans competitions to reach the London regional finals, against traditionally hosted by the Broncos at the Stoop.
The Y7 and Y8 competitions are now played as the Broncos Super Cup, a one-day event where all the boroughs play their competition at Roehampton, the Broncos training ground where the schools have the opportunity to watch the first-team train, meet the players and play on the Broncos training fields.
The winners of this year's local competitions in Richmond, Kingston & Surrey and West London were;
|Richmond||Grey Court||Greycourt||Grey Court||Christs School||Christs School|
|Kingston & Surrey||Howard of Effingham||Tiffin||Hinchley Wood||Hinchley Wood||Tiffin|
The Broncos regions are currently well represented in the last 32 of the national competition, with Howard of Effingham Y7, Tiffin Y8, Hinchley Wood Y10 and Tiffin Y11 playing the Welsh champions at each age-group. Details of the 2012-2013 competition will be announced in summer 2012.