A Rugby Club with a rich history. New players, members, volunteers welcome.

3 Senior Men's & Women's Team, Colts, Junior & Mini's Boys and Girls U6-U16.
Located:
2 Houghend Crescent
Manchester
Lancashire
M21 7TL
0161 8610854

Broughton Park FC, is one of the oldest rugby union clubs in England and was established in 1882, just one year after the Lancashire County Rugby Union was founded and eleven years after the formation of the national Rugby Football Union.

History:
Broughton Park was established in 1882 and despite this early beginning was the third Broughton based rugby club, after Broughton  (1862) and Broughton Rangers (1877). The club was overshadowed in terms of international representation by its two neighbours for the first decade of its existence. In 1919, just after the First World War, it started to make a mark on the national scene with A M Crook becoming both the Lancashire Union president and also being eleced to the presidency of the Rugby Football Union. J E Kidd was elected Lancashire preseident in 1930 and it was not until the 1960s that Broughton once again came to the fore. The glory days of the club were in the 1960’s and 1970’s and at one point they fielded four internationals on the pitch. In this period they also had two more Lancashire presidents and in 1981 in John Burgess they had a preseident of the Rugby Football Union. Broughton Park were never able to recapture the heights of this period, and in the professional era have not managed to reach the top flight.
Ground.

The club has had a number of different grounds in its time, mainly in the Salford/Prestwich areas, but also in the south of Manchester. Since 2004 its present new facility is at Hough End in Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester.

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