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Farnham Rugby Club

Farnham Rugby Club


In a little over 30 years, Farnham Rugby Club has grown to become Farnham’s largest charitable community sports club with over 1000 members including more than 100 senior rugby players. Each weekend over 600 boys and girls from as young as six years old, regularly play rugby at Wilkinson Way. The Club also has support from over 100 volunteers including more than 80 qualified coaches.

The Club has produced a number of players who have gone on to play for professional clubs and international honours the most famous of whom includes Jonny Wilkinson World cup winner in 2003 and finalist in 2007 and Peter Richards a World Cup finalist in 2007.

A new generation of players is now coming through the latest of which is Ryan Wilson currently a regular for Glasgow Hawks and Scotland.