In 1976...

the Boston Women's Rugby Football Club was formed, making it the oldest independent women's club in Boston.  Since then, we have captured the New England Rugby Club Championship titles for both XVs and 7s, and have represented the Northeast at the national level.

In 2014 and 2016, the VXs team won their division by clinching the #1 Northeast seed and went on to represent the region, placing third in the Eastern Bracket of Division I Nationals.

In 2015, the BWRFC 7s team won the inaugural women's NERFU series.  The team represented New England at the USA Rugby National 7s Championships in Denver, CO in 2015 and 2016.

In the fall 2016 and spring 2017 seasons, Boston took part in the inaugural Gold Cup, playing teams across the country.

The Boston Women's Rugby Football Club promotes teamwork, leadership, discipline, and physical activity both on and off the pitch.  Our athletes span a variety of backgrounds and careers, such as lawyers, nurses, engineers, students, and accountants.  Players contribute to the community through philanthropic events each season, from coaching youth rugby to volunteering at local charity races.  Check out more about our philanthropy work, youth programs, and team events.

Interested in playing rugby? Contact us for more information about practices and matches.  We welcome anyone, regardless of prior rugby experience.

Interested in supporting the team? Check out our sponsorship page for more information.