Established in 1956 Abingdon RFC is justifiably proud of its past and the role it currently plays providing opportunity at grass-roots level in a sport which has seen many recent changes.
It views the future with enthusiasm as it builds on the long established platform and looks forward to reaping the rewards of the efforts of those committed to promoting local Rugby.
Aldermaston RFC play at the Recreational Society of the AWE in Aldermaston.
With its own Clubhouse visitors and spectators are welcome every Saturday during the season.
The club currently has over 200 members and offer Seniors, Youth and Minis rugby in a warm, friendly atmosphere.
Social Rugby for those in Reading and Sonning.
Fixtures list and team information available on the BRFC web site
Broadmoor Staff Rugby Club was founded in 1995 and is situated close to the village of Crowthorne.
Maidenhead Rugby Clubs ground has a covered seating capacity of 250 with uncovered standing capacity of 1,500.
The club colours are magenta, violet and black, with the change kit being green, violet and black.
New members are always welcome at our training sessions.
See our web site for full information about Maidenhead Rugby Club.
The club was founded in 1928 due to the efforts of Len Whittaker who left St. Barts Grammar School in 1924. The first game played by the newly formed club took place on 15th. September 1928 against Midlands team, Stoke.
Today Newbury Rugby Club, which is sponsored by locally based VODAFONE, fields 18 teams from First XV to Under 7′s, including the recently formed Women’s team.
Reading Abbey RFC was formed in the 1950s
Reading Rugby Club (Formerly Berkshire Wanderers). Founded in 1898.
Friendly local Rugby club catering for all ages and abilities.
Come down to Holme Park and join the `Green Machine`
The club was founded as Old Redingensians in 1924 by former pupils of Reading School The first game was a 26-8 victory away to Newbury Grammar School on October 4.
Redingensians run five adult teams and the youth section is the biggest and most successful in the area with approximately 400 boys and girls playing on Sundays. The club fields sides at every age group from Under 6 to Under 19s.
Gensians is also the first rugby club in Berkshire to be awarded the RFU Seal of Approval, reflecting the commitment to community sport and sport for all.
The decision to park almost a quarter of a million surplus military vehicles in Slough at the end of ww1 contributed greatly to the formation of Slough rfc. For as Slough trading est changed from military to civilion manufacturing in the mid 1920s the workforce formed mainly by Welsh migrants found themselves deprived of there national sport and so Slough rfc was born.
Patron: HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT
Founded in 1987 from an amalgamation of Windsor RFC (founded 1922) and
Old Windsorians RFC (founded 1925)
Full information on their web site