Welcome to CARDIFF rfc
Do you enjoy rugby? If so, then this post is for you! Here at Cardiff RFC we have put together a list of everything that you need to know about the team. Whether it’s match schedules, player stats or game footage, Cardiff has got your back. So if you’re looking for some great facts and figures about one of Wales’ most successful clubs.
Here at Cardiff RFC, we’ve put together a list of everything that you need to know about the team. Whether it’s match schedules, player stats or game footage, Cardiff has got your back. So if you’re looking for some great facts and figures about one of Wales’ most successful clubs, read on!
The club was founded in 1876 by James Donaldson, who became Cardiff RFC’s first captain. The original colours were blue and black hoops with either a white shirt or jersey. By 1880 they had switched from wearing shirts to jerseys as well as changing their colours to navy blue and deep maroon stripes (with the exception of the away kit which is still red). They adopted these new colours because players wanted something “more distinctive”.
We’re passionate about getting everyone involved who shares the same love for the sport and Cardiff RFC. So if you’re interested in being a part of one of the most historic rugby clubs, find out more about joining Cardiff RFC here!
When you think of our sport and what our RFC means to the people of Cardiff, you will know that every fan has a story to tell and a desire to see the club succeed.
The Cardiff RFC fan base consists of a wide range of people from all ages and backgrounds. There’s something for everyone to be able to enjoy in this beautiful sport we’re so passionate about. We know that there are several ways you can show your fandom, so whether it is on the pitch with your “pitch side” ticket or by cheering at home in front of the TV wearing our colours, make sure you get involved!
Some other things that every member should know: – The club was founded back in 1876 which makes them one of the oldest rugby clubs still playing today – They play their home games at Sophia Gardens Stadium (capacity 26000) – They have won two Welsh Championships.
We look forward to seeing you after the pandemic and cannot wait to hear the echoing voices of every individual in the crowd!
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