How to find us.

Furness Rugby Union Football Club was founded in 1902 and is one of only two Rugby Union Teams in Barrow in Furness. Even though we have a large ground it is not one of the easiest to find:-

       Follow the A590 to Barrow, after passing the Golf Course on the right, take the first left on the roundabout and follow the sign for Furness Abbey, take the second exit on the next mini roundabout, follow the road past the Hospital, which is on the right, continue for a further half a mile (you are now on Abbey Road). Look for a standard Post box on the left (Ostley House on the right) and turn there into Croslands Park Road, continue for a further 200 yards and turn right along side the first bungalow down a very narrow driveway. This is the entrance to The Strawberry Grounds. The access is NOT large enough for buses so they will have to remain parked on Croslands Park Road.







  The Club itself is entirely self supporting and depends on the Income from its members over the Clubhouse bar and sponsors to keep our Teams operating.

    If you wish to become a member of the club, either a player supporter or Social member do not hesitate to turn up or contact any of the telephone numbers or email address on this web site.

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Saturday 22nd July

    The Junior Section “Crusaders” are to begin their training again on Sunday 17th September - See their designated page by clicking here.

    There is also a Tag Tournament being arranged for the 10th September, keep your eyes on this page as I receive and post more information.


Monday 10th July

   Keep an eye on the fixture lists as things get closer to the start of the season. We have a Home Friendly against Millom on Saturday the 19th August. We also have a game Away to Silloth to be played before the 3rd September. This is a preliminary game in the Cumbria Cup, if we win we will have a Home tie against Carlisle 1st.


Monday 3rd July

EGM - 29th July


The club will be holding a training session on the day starting at 12:00.


This will be followed by the EGM when you will be able to have your say as to who will be Captain(s) for the season. Plus vote on on or off Committee Members.


This will be a good time to pay your Membership Fees and save £5 the process, or for those with cash flow problems have a word with me and we’ll sort things out.


We will also be having a BBQ after the official proceedings, and the club will be supplying a keg of beer, which will be shared equally between all.

But as the saying goes when its gone its gone.




Thursday 22nd June

    Pre Season will start on the Wednesday 5th of July 6pm at Furness Rugby club then every Monday & Wednesday after that. Bring boots and a gum shield. We are aiming to make every session different and keep it fun whilst still putting the work in and getting fit. Bring along any new players who are interested and also any old heads that are keen to get fit again. See you all soon


Saturday 10th June

    The 200 Club draw took place in the club house today, Click here to see if you are one of the winners. The cheque's should be available in the clubhouse next week and names with a “*” after them will be posted.

Saturday 3rd June

  I have just received the 1st team fixture for next season, they can be viewed by clicking here.


Thursday 1st June

   First training session training for the new season commenced last night, with a turn out of 30+ players. Lets keep that up.



















Wednesday 31st May

   Last Sunday saw a joint Junior squad made up of Players from Millom and Furness Combine and head to Hawcoat Park to take them on in a 10’s Festival. Unfortunately attendance was poor to say the least, but on a positive note our players all got a run out.

  On the same day the Jeff Simm 7’s tournament took place. We managed to turn a team out and they finished in a very creditable 2nd place being beaten by the eventual winners Rossendale.


            

                 

















The team consisted of:- Ben Hughes, Jordan Ashton, Matty Studt, Dillan Taputu, Corne Els, James Armitstead, Scott Lancaster and Kieron Mason. Well done all the medals and fizzy end to the day were well deserved.


Monday 24th April

    The end of season league tables can be found here.


Sunday 12th March

We had the March 200 Club Draw, The Lucky Winners can be found here.


Thursday 9th March

   This Saturday’s game against Keswick is sponsored by “The Old Farts”. The Clubhouse will be open at 12 O’clock, food will be served at 13:15, the Furness v Keswick game will KO at 14:15.

    On the Big screen in the Clubhouse the Italy v France game KO is 13:30. We then have the England v Scotland game KO 16:00


Saturday 25th February

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“Old Farts” Sponsorship

Saturday 11th March

If you haven't already, please contact Roy Cullen to let him know you are supporting the Furness v Keswick game.

Please do so ASAP

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    Furness take on league leaders Keswick at the Strawberry grounds, with the game being sponsored by “The Old Farts”.  It is intended that the Club Opens at 12, Food will be served to the sponsors at 1:15 and the main game outside will KO at the rearranged time of 2:15pm. That game should finish at 3:45 pm, giving enough time to get into the Clubhouse get a pint and settle in to watch the England Scotland game KO 4:00 pm


Friday 24th February

    If anyone’s interested the firsts have a cup game at Windermere tomorrow. A 35 seater will be leaving the club at approx. 11.45 so there’s plenty of room for spectators – back in Barrow by 10pm. Big Geoff Woods is sponsoring the game for Windermere and Ireland v France will be on the big screen in their clubhouse at 4.50 – what better way to spend a Saturday!!!


Tuesday 21st February

  Derek Asbury has been busy and unearthed a lot of Information on our very first president Edward Wadham from 1902-05. Click here and read all about him.


Thursday 5th January

   New years day went down as an event to remember, for those who missed it the Lee White memorial game was watched by record crowds, who were also very generous to the charities the game was being played for. Both St Mary’s Hospice and the Bluebell foundation will benefit from the £3000 that was given over two events, A family night for the benefit of St Mary’s on the 29th and the New Years Day game for both. A big thank you must go to the crowd, the 60 players who all wanted to be part of the event and all of the volunteers  who allowed the event to go smoothly. Hopefully cheque's will be presented to both charities after the home game against Windermere on the 14th January.


Monday 21st November

   Col Brannon visited the Juniors training session yesterday, click here for a few of his photos.


Sunday 16th October

   Today our Juniors (Crusaders) travelled to Windermere for their first Competition and away event in the new Mini Bus. Click here to see a few photos and a short write up from Derek



We now have FREE BT WiFi available to all  in the Clubhouse.

Ask the Bar Staff for the current password.



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Club Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday:- Closed     Friday: 19:30 - 23:00

Saturday:-  13:00 - 23:00        Sunday:- 14:00 - 22:00

Live Rugby to come on BT Sport

Aviva Premiership Rugby Final

Saturday 27th May - 14:30 Wasps v Exeter Chiefs

In the Clubhouse

Every Tuesday

from 19:30 to 21:30


Call Natalie for more info

07900 518400

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Pre-Season Training

From Monday 10th July - Bring Boots and gum shield.

Then every Monday & Wednesday after that.

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