Broughton Park F.C. (Rugby Union)

Broughton Park F.C. (Rugby Union)

One of the oldest Rugby Clubs in England 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.
From its establishment in 1882 to location at its present new facility at Hough End in Chorlton, South Manchester in 2004, the Club has used fourteen different grounds mainly in the Salford/Prestwich area but also in South Manchester.

The Club began in 1882 with one senior side of 15 players; it now fields five senior sides supported by one Colts (U19), four youth (U13-U17) and four mini (U7-U12) teams; a total involvement of some 220 players each week.

Broughton Park F.C. is the City of Manchester's highest placed representative in the Rugby Union Leagues.

League Tables

Northern Division » North 1 West

1 Wirral 26 113
2 Birkenhead Park 26 112
3 Widnes 26 86
4 Kendal 26 78
5 Kirkby Lonsdale 26 72
6 Broughton Park 26 70
7 Warrington 26 70
8 Vale of Lune 26 64
9 Wilmslow 26 60
10 Wigton 26 58
11 Carlisle 26 52
12 Liverpool St Helens 26 45
13 Leigh 26 37
14 Altrincham Kersal 26 16

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