Alton Rugby Football Club

  • Alton Just Fail to Gain Losing Bonus Point at Isle of Wight

    Alton Just Fail to Gain Losing Bonus Point at Isle of Wight

    Although this was a typical end of season fixture with nothing but pride resting on the result, it was a closely fought encounter; as was the opening game of the season between these two sides, although the result was reversed. . More info

  • Alton Exact Revenge and Earn 1st Win in 9 Games

    Alton Exact Revenge and Earn 1st Win in 9 Games

    This was by far Alton Rugby Club’s best Saturday of the season.. More info

  • Alton Contest Well But Millbrook's Backs Win The Day

    Alton Contest Well But Millbrook's Backs Win The Day

    Yet again Alton’s 1st XV were playing one of the league’s leading clubs. Millbrook who, although lying in third place, have the best scoring record, averaging 44 points per match! . More info

  • Alton Competitive But Fordingbridge Show Their Class.

    Alton Competitive But Fordingbridge Show Their Class.

    Some fourteen weeks since they last played a home fixture in Anstey Park and on just about the first sunny day in 2014, Alton welcomed second placed Fordingbridge , who arrived on a run of eight unbeaten games in the league.. More info

  • "A Game of Two Halves"

    Still unable to use Anstey Park because the water table is still too high, water logging the ground, the lack of significant training sessions through this long winter is beginning to show in Alton’s fitness levels. . More info

Isle of Wight

Last game

Isle of Wight

(L) 19-10

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Towards end of April

The season is drawing to a close for the seniors but still business to be done for the Juniors, so Bar is opening on Thursday after training and on Saturday from 4:30 till 7, marking the start of summer hours.

No events on Sunday as it is Easter.

Next week, a Sports Nutrician event at the club on Thursday 24th (see events) and Saturday open for summer hours. Then back to normal on Sunday, with a Colts game on in the afternoon too.

Welcome to Alton Rugby Football Club

Alton RFC has a proud tradition and a well respected reputation gained over many years since the ‘Alton and District Rugby Football Club’ was formed in 1924.

Whilst being proud of our history, we are a progressive and forward looking Club, and we are working closely with the local community and in particular schools to foster the game in our neighbourhood. Find out more about Alton RFC

Club Events


24 Apr 2014

London Irish Nutrition Seminar

ARFC Awards Dinner

25 Apr 2014

Annual Awards Dinner

Hampshire School of Rugby 7's

28 Apr 2014

Hampshire School of Rugby U14 7's Competition @ Alton RFC

Alton Junior Sevens

04 May 2014

Alton Junior Sevens

Alton Junior Rugby Presentations

18 May 2014

Alton Junior Rugby Annual Presentations

Referee Course

24 May 2014

ELRA Referee Course

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Club Training

Senior Men/Women

Senior Men
Tuesday / Thursday

19:15 - 21:00

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19:00 - 21:00

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10:00 - 12:00

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Better Rugby Coaching

Free rugby drills and skills

Our Location

Our Location

Anstey Park
Anstey Lane
Alton, Hampshire
GU34 2NB

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