Abbotsford RFC

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Abbotsford RFC
Full name Abbotsford Rugby Football Club
Union Fraser Valley Rugby Union
Founded 1972
Location Abbotsford, British Columbia
Ground(s) CFV Exhibition Park
President Tyler Adams
Coach(es) Harry Toews
League(s) Okanagan Spring Brewery League
2015/16 1st XV: BC Champions
2nd XV: BC Finalists
3rd XV: BC Finalists B
1st kit
2nd kit
3rd kit
Official website

The Abbotsford Rugby Football Club is a Canadian rugby union club based in Abbotsford, British Columbia. The Abbotsford RFC was founded in 1972. The team currently plays in the Okanagan Spring Brewery League, the second tier of the British Columbia Rugby Union. There have been many Abbotsford RFC players who have gone on to play representative rugby both provincially and internationally.


The Abbotsford RFC was established in 1972 and began play in the Vancouver Rugby Union for their inaugural season. The following year the club would join the newly established Fraser Valley Rugby Union.

The club has steadily been building a name for itself in British Columbia rugby becoming more and more competitive each year, however, they have yet to capture a British Columbia Premiership title. Abbotsford RFC was relegated to BC League One for the 2012/2013 season after finishing 8th in the 2011/2012 Canadian Direct Insurance Premier League season.


the Abbotsford RFC play their home games at CFV Exhibition Park.


Notable Players[edit]

The following players have played for Abbotsford RFC at some point in their rugby careers and have achieved notability through representation at the international level and/or have gone on to play rugby professionally at a high level.

External links[edit]