Fylde RFC aims to be the leading community rugby club in the NW and one of its most important challenges is how it invests in the local community by promoting rugby and its values.

A major step forward in developing rugby in the local Fylde Coast community is the establishment of the Fylde Rugby Community Foundation. This is an exciting initiative with the objective of improving access to Rugby Union on the Fylde Coast and beyond by offering opportunities for participation and appreciation of the sport – regardless of age, sex, religion or background – built around rugby’s core values of Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline, and Sportsmanship. We want more people to benefit from what rugby is all about and the positive impacts it can have on their lives.

We hope to achieve this through the provision of high quality, participation based programmes for all ages and abilities from. The essence of what we are doing is ‘Rugby For All.’ Click here for full details.

Community News

The Fylde Rugby Community Foundation is formed – Rugby for All!

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19 August 2020 Despite the current crisis, Fylde RFC is continuing to develop its work in the community on the Fylde Coast and beyond. The…

Heyhouses School pupils Fylde Centenary banner

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A group of very keen boys from Heyhouses Church of England School in St Annes, from 5 to 10 years old who play in the…

Fylde signs Armed Forces Covenant

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At Fylde's recent Remembrance Sunday event, Chairman Dave Young signed the Armed Forces Covenant which was witnessed by Group Captain Niall Griffiths (Director of RAF…

Friends of Fylde – Fylde Ladies update

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As many of you know, the Friends of Fylde is a group of ladies who raise funds to support our rugby club and in particular…