Waverley Rugby Club
|Union||Australian Rugby Union|
|Region||New South Wales|
New South Wales Suburban Rugby Union
The Waverley Rugby Union Club (Waverley RF&SC) is a club in the New South Wales Suburban Rugby Union, the largest rugby union football competition in New South Wales. The club is based in Bondi in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.
Waverley has a proud history in the New South Wales Suburban Rugby Union competition having won numerous Grade and Division championships. Waverley has won the 1st Division Championship 4 times (in three of which won the 1st Grade title too), 2nd Division 3 time and 3rd Division once since foundation. Alongside its men's teams, Waverley Rugby has fielded a women's team since 2002.
- Club Name: Waverley Rugby Football &Sporting Club Incorporated
- Founded: 1971
- Home stadium: Waverley Oval, Bondi Road
- President: Ted Shelton
- 1st Grade Coach: Craig Morrison
- Club Captain: Karl Roche
- Uniform colours: Royal Blue and Gold
The club was founded in 1971
- 2016 2nd Division "Club of the Year"
- 2015 3rd Division "Club of the Year"
- 1988 1st Division "Most Social" & "Best Host"
- 1987 1st Division "Most Social" & "Best Host"
- 1986 2nd Division "Most Social", "Best Host" & "Best Administered"
- 1985 2nd Division "Most Social" & "Best Host"
- 1984 1st Division "Most Social" & "Best Host"
|Total Men's Premierships: 45.
Total Men's Division Club Champions: 9.
2016 Winners of 2nd Division Club championship
2015 promoted from 3rd Division
2007 Winners of 3rd Division Club championship
2002 Winners of 2nd Division club championship
1992 Winners of the 1st Division club championship
1991 Winners of the 1st Division club championship
1990 Winners of the 1st Division club championship
1989 Winners of the 1st Division club championship
1986 Winners of the 2nd Division club championship
1979 Winners of 2nd Division club championship
Players of note
- Owen Finegan – Australia (56 Caps)
- Anita Flannery – Australia (Women's)
- Ruan Sims – Australia (Women's)
- Ben R. Evans – Wales (27 Caps)
- Emma McBride – Scotland (Women's)
- Sebastian Valech Alonso – Chile (8 Caps)
- Eddie Paea – Tonga (3 Caps)
- Finn M. Wright – Australian Schoolboys 2017 (2 Caps)