Harrisburg RFC, established in the autumn of 1969, now moves into its fifth decade. Club growth now includes men's, women's, old boys, old girls and high school teams.
The Lehigh Valley Rugby Football Club is a non-profit corporation. Founded in 1998, the Club represents men's and women's rugby in the Lehigh Valley and surrounding areas. The Club also takes an oversight role for the High School and Youth teams. The men's team are full members of the EPRU. The LVRFC teams are also members territorially through the Mid-Atlantic Rugby Football Union (MARFU) and nationally through USA Rugby.
The North Penn Men's Team currently fields two competitive side for player 18 and older. Players of all skill levels, from beginner to seasoned player are welcome to play.
The Northeast Philadelphia Rugby team, also known has the Irish, was founded in 2011. In a short time they have taken part in numerous tournaments including the Donnybrook Cup in early 2012 and were admitted to the EPRU as Recognized Members on February 6, 2012. They are still developing as a team but have high hopes for the future.
The Philadelphia Gryphons Rugby Football Club (RFC) is a sports organization dedicated to encouraging participation, building athleticism, and improving our community through the sport of Rugby. We work to foster a diverse environment that welcomes all athletes, regardless of age, race, fitness level or sexual orientation. We are a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union, competing in Division III play. email@example.com
Established in 1978 the Reading Rugby Football Club competes in the Eastern Penn Rugby Union. Currently the team competes at the Division III level against teams from the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S.
Men's Division III Rugby Club located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. We play our home matches at the Phelps School in Malvern, PA. Practices are held at behind the Haverford Skatium. Most of our debauchery occurs at our sponsor, PJ Henry's in Havertown.
South Jersey RFC is in the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union and the Mid Atlantic Rugby Football Union. We are located in Cherry Hill, NJ, a ten-minute drive from Philadelphia and a 40 minute drive from the Jersey Shore resort beaches and Atlantic City Boardwalk Casinos. We are always looking for new players.
White Horse Rugby Football Club is a Division III Senior Mens Rugby team. New players of all skill levels are always welcome!
The Wilkes-Barre “Breakers” Rugby Football Club began back in 1973. The Breakers got our name due to this region of the United States that we live and play rugby in. The Wyoming Valley region of Pennsylvania was at one time famous for mining coal. The Breakers adopted the heritage of this region and our colors are black and red. The black symbolizes the coal from the mines and the red stands for the blood of the miners who died in the mines. Our logo shows the skull of a miner with his hardhat on, and the crossed pickaxe and sledgehammer symbolize the tools of his trade.