About Banbridge RFC

Banbridge Rugby Football Club is an amateur rugby union club, based in Banbridge, Northern Ireland, competing in the Ulster Senior League and Division 2A of the All Ireland League. The club fields four adult teams, three youth teams at under-18, 16, and 14 level, and mini rugby teams from age 6 to 12.

Founded in 1926, the club is affiliated to the Ulster Branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union.

“It is our aim to be a high quality, senior status rugby club that maximises the opportunity for young and adult athletes to participate in and excel at the game of rugby.

It is the mission of Banbridge RFC to provide opportunities for both young people and adults regardless of ability, gender, race, ethnicity, religious belief, sexuality, or social/economic status to participate in the game of rugby, develop their skills and attain their full sporting potential.

The principal values of Banbridge RFC are to be an open and inclusive club, welcoming all and espousing the ethos of the game of rugby as outlined in our Equity Policy and Club Code of Conduct; details of which can be found below

Banbridge RFC values and recognises the contribution of its club volunteers and is responsive to the needs of club members.”