Tigers are set for a record-breaking 2014 with 64 camps organised until the end of the school summer holidays. More dates will be added for the autumn.
And if you book a place as a Christmas present before 5pm on Monday, December 16 you will receive a personalised Christmas card signed by a Tigers star and addressed to the player.
The camps are supported by energy efficiency specialists Mark Group and kick-off in the February half-term at Oakham and Ashby rugby clubs (February 17-21). Both camps offer tag rugby for under-7s and under-8s and contact rugby for under-9s through to under-14s.
Loughborough Grammar School, Mount St Mary’s College in Derbyshire, Boston, Burton, Newmarket and Peterborough rugby clubs will all host a Tigers Rugby Camp during the Easter holidays.
The popular Welford Road masterclasses, which last year were run by Tigers favourites Boris Stankovich, Craig Newby and Jeremy Staunton, return in May with a focus on attacking, defence and kicking.
There are first-ever Tigers camps in Scotland at Glasgow Hutcheson Aloysians rugby club and Loretto School in Edinburgh (June 30-July 2).
The popular residential camps at Bishop Burton College return (August 18-22) and the Tigers coaches will be running contact and tag camps right across the Tigers region.
For a full list of Tigers Rugby Camps venues and to book a place visit www.leicestertigers.com/rugbycamps
Tigers Rugby Camps offer a fun, safe and active way for children to spend their holidays and make new friends in an environment that is filled with the wealth of experience that the defending Aviva Premiership champions have to offer.
From tag rugby to contact, the camps give players of all abilities, the opportunity to get the latest and best rugby tips straight from the top.
As part of a Rugby Camp experience, players receive the best in rugby coaching, Tigers Rugby Camp t-shirt, drinks bottle and rugby ball, free membership to the Junior Tigers Club, a free junior match ticket to an allocated home game and a hot lunch (unless otherwise specified).