The tournaments also aim to provide inspiration to the young rugby players, by providing participating players at the festivals with the chance to meet some of the Premiership's star players who will be supporting the teams and offering coaching tips in between games.
Gloucester's Mike Tindall, has confirmed he will be one of those offering encouragement to all taking part and will be presenting the cup winner trophies at the Gloucester Rugby festival.
The two winning sides will be rewarded with a very special place on the Land Rover Parade of Champions, which will see the youngsters parading in front of a sell-out Twickenham crowd at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final in May.
Roland Martin, Headmaster Rendcomb College said:
"We are privileged to have fantastic pitches for sport at Rendcomb and it is a pleasure to widen access to Gloucestershire's young talent: absolutely what our Founder, Noel Wills would have wanted."
The Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup, now in its fifth year, has seen over 30,000 children take part from all over the country.
Simon Monahan, Community Rugby Manager, at Gloucester Rugby said:
"We would like to encourage as many people as possible to come along on the day and get involved and support the young stars of our local clubs, who are all battling it out to realise their ambitions of regional recognition and also for an incredible prize."