Fully paid up members of the Club over the age of 18 are eligible to apply for tickets for England’s home games against France, Italy and Scotland in the 2019 Six Nations . To apply for tickets  Download the application form (click here to download form);  Complete the form and send it to; […]


Bad news is that Hurlingham will still not be ready but the good news is that we have booked LILLIE ROAD RECREATION GROUND (which is at the junction of Lillie Road and Fulham Palace Road) for all age groups.  We won’t have the same facilities there as we enjoy at Hurlingham so please bring water with you.  The session will start at 10.00am and last until 12.00 noon.  New members are very welcome to come along, but will need to complete the registration form before joining in the fun.  We will be at Lillie Road Recreation Ground until we are given permission to return to Hurlingham.

Hammers appoint a new head coach!

A new era dawns in Hammers Rugby

After a long and rigorous search, Hammersmith & Fulham RFC is pleased to announce the appointment of Liam Dunseath as Head Coach for the 2018/19 season. 

Currently serving as Head Coach of London Southbank University following stints in Fiji, Iran, and Thailand, Liam also served as a specialist video analysis consultant to England’s Head Coach Eddie Jones in their victorious 2016 Grand Slam 2016 Grand Slam Title, RBS 6 Nations & the Triple Crown campaign.  

In executing his task, Liam will be supported by our excellent assistant coaching team of James Coughbrough, Dan DeWolfe, and long-time tormentor and fitness coach, Ian Burbidge.  

With pre-season having now started, Liam  is already working with the team to deliver on the club’s ambitions and targets.  In Liam’s own words: 

“I’m extremely excited to be appointed as Head Coach at H&F RFC. 

The club has a clear objective and vision to be promoted to London 1 and my job is to facilitate the players potential to achieve this. Even as a Level 7 club, I’ve been thoroughly impressed with the interview process and what the club stands for with several leaders already being evident. There’s no denying as the players and coaches, we all have a massive task at hand. This is an achievable journey with hard work, dedication and the willingness to develop new skills as the club and players grow.”