The Chicago Griffins RFC rugby union team was founded in 1973. The team competes in Division I after the demise of the USA Super League and play their home games at Riis Park in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The Chicago Griffins was founded in 1973 by the late Bob "Doc" Kelly along with Brian Btheirke, Mike Elliot, John Carmody, Rick Grigutis, and Tom Powers. The Griffins would not exist today had it not been for these players.
Notable primary sponsors include Edgewater Athletic Club and AthletiCo Physical Therapy. The club also has several secondary sponsorships from local and regional businesses including Black Rock, Goose Island and RugbyInk.
Super League 2012 - Red Conference 
- 4 Points awarded to the winning team
- 0 Points to the losing team
- 2 Points to each team in the case of a tie
- 1 Bonus Point to a team scoring 4 or more tries
- 1 Bonus Point to a losing team keeping the score within 7 points
Rugby 7's 
The Chicago Griffins yearly participate in the Midwest Men's 7's national qualifiers and regularly qualify for the national tournament held in San Francisco.
Chicago Grffins 2012 7's team runners-up in the Minnesota
Current squad 
Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under IRB eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-IRB nationality.
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