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Harrow RFC

Full name Harrow Rugby Football Club
Union RFU
Founded 1891
Ground(s) Grove Field, Wood Lane, Stanmore, Middlesex HA7 4LF
Chairman Andrew Smart
Captain(s) 1st Team - David West
League(s) RFU London NW3
Official website

Founded in 1891 Harrow RFC has been a constant presence in the community and a successful rugby club for players of all ages. The Club has been at Grove Field, Wood Lane, Stanmore since 1953 and continues to attract members, supporters and players from the Harrow, Pinner, Edgware, Bushey and Watford region. The foremost club in the area, Harrow RFC is a well established member of the community and community rugby.

Harrow RFC is a Partner Club with Saracens. Players enjoy close contact including training with some of the games leading players

Harrow RFC has 15 teams competing in all age groups from Under 7 to Veterans. The Harrow 1st XV plays in the RFU London & SE Division in the London North West 2 Division

Harrow RFC promotes high standards of Safety, Conduct and Coaching. The commitment to the all-volunteer club is such that the club has achieved the highest level of recognition for sports clubs

Sponsors of Harrow RFC receive widespread recognition from the 300+ players, over 1000 members, supporters and parents and visiting teams throughout the 9 month rugby season as well as the benefit of supporting one of the leading community sports clubs in the whole region.


  • Club Honours 1
  • Kit 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Club Honours


Harrow plays in a blue and white, horizontally stripped top. With blue shorts, and blue and white socks.

See also

External links

  • Harrow RFC Website
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