|Full name||Falmouth Rugby Football Club|
|Location||Falmouth, Cornwall, England|
|Ground(s)||The Recreation Ground (Capacity: 3,000)|
|Coach(es)||Graham Whitmore and Chris Morgan|
|League(s)||Tribute Western Counties West|
Falmouth RFC is a rugby union club based in the town of Falmouth, Cornwall, in the United Kingdom, playing in Tribute Western Counties West at the seventh tier of the English league system, following promotion from the Tribute Cornwall/Devon league at the end of the 2016-17 season. The club play at the Recreation Ground.
Founded in 1873, Falmouth have produced two players who have been capped by the England: E J "John" Jackett and Jim George. Jackett played thirteen times for England making his debut on 2 December 1905 against New Zealand at Crystal Palace. He also toured with the British Lions to New Zealand and Australia in 1908. Jim George made his debut against Scotland on 15 March 1947 and played a further two matches against France and Ireland. On 24 November 1926 Cornwall played what was considered the best ever New Zealand Māori rugby union team at Falmouth, with Cornwall winning 6–3.
- Cornwall Cup winners (2): 1973–74, 1976–77
- CRFU Official Merit Table champions: 1976–77
- Cornwall Clubs Cup winners (2): 1991–92, 2002–03
- Cornwall League 1 champions (2): 1996–97, 2002–03
- Tribute Cornwall/Devon champions: 2016–17
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