Inverleith Rugby Football Club is a rugby union side currently playing in the Scottish Regional League, East 2 having been promoted in the season 2012/13. They play in Inverleith in the north of Edinburgh where their clubhouse and pitches are located on the corner of Arboretum and Ferry Road. The club has existed in its present form since 1996, when Holy Cross RFC and Ferranti RFC amalgamated but Holy Cross have been playing rugby on the site since the 1920s. Recently the club has had plans approved for the improvement of their ground and changing facilities.
Inverleith have a rich touring tradition playing games home and away games against both Irish (Parkmore RFC) and French (Youkies RFC) teams mirroring the 6 nations schedule. Inverleith also send a team to the biennial Overton Rugby Festival in Hampshire and have enjoyed much success there, twice winning the plate.
Inverleith has a fine tradition of being one of the friendliest clubs in Edinburgh and are always looking for players of any ability to come down to training and to join in with the amiable atmosphere within the club. Whether old, young, passing though or starting a new life in Edinburgh they invite playing and non playing members down.
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To play for Inverleith RFC please check out the official website below for further information.
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