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Furness Rugby Union Football Club

Furness Rugby Union Football Club

Founded 1902

Founded 1902

The Strawberry Grounds, Croslands Park Road, Off Abbey Road,

Barrow in Furness, Cumbria, LA13 9LA

                                  Tel:- 01229 825226  Email:-    

Friday 21st November

   The 1st Team squad to play Whitehaven is here.  The 2nd team squad to travel to Keswick is here. Looking at these it must be the strongest squads we have produced for a long time.


Sunday 16th November

   The North Lancs / Cumbria results and updated league tables can be found here. I have a few of Col Brannon’s photos here along with a match report from Ian McAllister


Tuesday 11th November

  The draw for the next round (Semi-Final) of the Cumbria Cup took place tonight and we have drawn Penrith 1st at Home. The date of the game has now been confirmed as Saturday 24th January, this date could change if we have any postponed league matches prior to that date.


Sunday 9th November

   I have a few Photos from yesterdays game against Wigton here plus the match report scripted this week by Ian McAllister


Saturday 8th November

   No prizes trying to guess who the characters are in this photo.

This Day of the Dead event organized by Mally went down a storm after our cup win against Wigton. But we have now put out an APB for a missing “Pinata” -  A papier mache donkey (for those not knowing what a pinata is) with brightly coloured paper attached to the body and a tail to match Which was filled with goodies and ready for the forthcoming games. Similar to the picture shown.

Most of us have our suspicions but we will keep them to ourselves. If anyone has the missing donkey feel free to return it to the Strawberry Grounds any Saturday just before KO time.

 A few more pictures from the night can be found here.



Thursday 6th November

   Once again the weather was good for us and the crowds who turned up to watch our Annual Fireworks party. A big thanks to Chris our own pyrotechnics experts, the bar staff, and the volunteers who manned the Bottle Bar, Sweet Stall, Kitchen and entrance gates, plus all the players and members who donned  the Hi-Vis jackets and assisted in keeping everyone safe.


Sunday 2ndNovember

  The North Lancs / Cumbria updated League and results can be found here.  The Cumbria 2 South updated League and results are here. I have Mally’s match report and some of Col’s photos from the game here.    I also have a few photos from the second team game at MIllom here.


Sunday 26th October

  A few of Col’s photos from yesterdays game are here - more on Face Book


Saturday 25th October

  I have Chris’s match report for today's game here.  Click here for the North/Lancs Cumbria results and league tables.  Click here for the Cumbria two results and league tables


Sunday 19th October

  Borrowed a few of Col’s photos for the second team - Click Here. Click here and you will find Chris’s report of the first team game at Blackburn


Saturday 18th October

    After struggling all week to try and get a second team together to cover the shortages we actually ended up with 22 players today, unfortunately 20 of them were backs. We actually helped Kirkby out by loaning them a few subs, but with no forwards the game was played uncontested. Still the game was played and unfortunately the bigger Kirkby squad won.


Sunday 21st September

   The 200 Club Draw was held in the clubhouse today. Check here to see the winners. Cheques will be available in the clubhouse shortly


Tuesday 22nd July

  For those who have been up to the club in the past few days, would have noticed that there is now a new drainage trench that runs from the Dugout on the centre line down to clubhouse corner, then across the pitch behind the dead ball line. Hopefully this will prevent the build up of water that we had in the clubhouse corner last season. Further work is to be done on the clubhouse guttering and drainage to further assist the work. Big thanks to Corne, Gaz, Mike Lamb and any other helpers for all of the effort. Plus Simon Luscombe for the equipment and pipes, then there’s Stainton Quarry for the gravel at that very special price.



** Increase in Annual Subscriptions **

  At the AGM held in the Clubhouse on the 4th July it was unanimously agreed by the member present that the Annual Subscriptions would be increased. (They had been at their present levels for 10+ years). The new rates are as follows:-

Full Member - Player      £45

Sponsor - U18               £25

Student - Unemployed  £10

Social                             £10

Juniors <16                   £5


 It was also agreed that the Full Member - Player amount would be Discounted by £5 to £40 for any one who paid before the 1st September.. As usual you can pay with your Plastic Card (for a slight charge) or with cheque or cash at the clubhouse. For any more information just email the club. If you want to pay now just Click Here to go to the Membership page.




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This site was updated on  21 November 2014 @   08:38

        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.

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