Luton Rugby Club

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Luton Rugby Club
Full name Luton Rugby Football Club
Union RFU
Nickname(s) Lutonians
Founded 1930; 85 years ago (1930)
Location Luton, England
Ground(s) Newlands Road
Chairman England Keith Butten
President England Phil Wilson
Coach(es) England Paul Allen
Captain(s) England
League(s) National League 3 South-East.
Official website

Luton Rugby Football Club are a Bedfordshire based English rugby union team who currently play their rugby in National League 3 South-East. Their ground is located by the M1 motorway just outside Stockwood Park and is called Newlands Road.

The growing club enjoys numerous local rivalries, most notably with Dunstablians.

The 1st XV is managed by Mark Turner and coaches include Paul Allen, Nick Rhodes & Mowgli

The 2nd XV is managed by Bernard Jackson and coached by Bob Barba

Current First XV Squad Current Development XV Squad

Ryan Duffy(Prop), Dwayne Duffy(Prop), Alfie Abella(Prop), Wayne Hemson(Hooker), Matt McClurg(Hooker), Ryan Sheppard (Hooker) Dan McAllister (Lock), Warren Foskett(Lock), Connor Sibley (Lock/Back Row) Matt Yang(Back Row), Ali Kelly (Back Row), Andy Davey(Back Row), Ross Geraghty(Scrum Half), Ryan Foley(Scrum Half) Josh Butten (Fly Half) Chris Davies(Centre), Mark Fleckney(Centre) Tyrone Ashton(Wing), Shane Crawley(Wing) Phil Gouldie (Full Back), Dean Ashton (Full Back)


The club held its first season in 1931/32.[1]

Club Honours[edit]


  1. ^ Luton Rugby