|Full name||Livingston Rugby Football Club|
|President||Lee Anne Steel|
|Coach(es)||Graham Ferrier and Graham Steel|
|League(s)||Scottish National League Division Three|
Livingston Rugby Football Club is a rugby union side based in Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland. The team play their home games at Almond Park, and currently compete in Scottish National League Division Three, the fourth tier of Scottish club rugby. They are the best club in West Lothian.
Established in 1968, as Livingston and District RFC, the team was founded through a local appeal for players by Jack Nixon, a native of Langholm, who in the 1960s was the Youth Officer of the West Lothian County Council. Among his responsibilities was to assistance in setting up clubs and organisations for the newcomers to Livingston. At the meeting, players from Bathgate RFC decided that amalgamating with the new Livingston side would allow them better opportunities for success and also give them a better chance of gaining a home ground, they had played previous games in Airdrie.
In 2013, Livingston reached the RBS National Shield final and played against Marr RFC at Murrayfield, the national stadium. They lost the match 30–15.
Livingston has an extensive youth section with teams ranging from Primary 1 all the way up to under-18 level.
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