|Full name||Chicago Lions Rugby Football Club|
|League(s)||USA Rugby Division 1|
Founded in 1964, the Chicago Lions Rugby Football Club is a USA Rugby Division 1 team based in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The Chicago Lions namesake is taken from the two large lion statues that guard the entrance to the Chicago Art Institute.
Notable sponsors include Athletico Physical Therapy, Oakmark International Funds, and CPH and Associates.
The following is a list of former and current Lions players and coaches that have earned caps for international tests:
- Paul McNaughton, fifteen international caps
- Gary Wilson, two international caps
- Kitch Christie, coached the 1995 Rugby World Cup winning Springboks
- Willie Kahts
- Harry Viljoen, coached the 2001 Springboks
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