About Us

About Us

St Helens Ground - Swansea

Swansea RFC

Swansea RFC was originally formed in 1872 and was the FIRST ONE of a select band of clubs to have beaten the All Blacks, the Wallabies and the Springboks. The clubs' many achievements are more thoroughly represented in the extensive 'History' section on this website as are the many former players of note in the 'Past Players' section. The Club has played at the world famous ground of St Helen's overlooking Swansea Bay since 1876.

Since 2003, the club has participated in the Principality Welsh Premiership League and is producing young players who progress to the Regional Ospreys squad and Welsh National team.

On this website you will find up to date news on the club's fixtures, results and other activities, contact information and directions on how to find us. You can book a function with fantastic views over Swansea Bay, or one of our popular Sunday Lunches through the club. There is also a Former Players' Association section and you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

 Welcome to the Official Website of Swansea RFC

A press release précis of the club history can be found HERE.

Latest News

  • Swansea 25 Neath 12


    Swansea battled to a first win of the season in a tough derby match against Neath to the delight of a loud St Helen’s crowd.

  • Swansea team to face Neath


    The Swansea team to face Neath on Saturday has been announced and is as follows...

  • Supporters' coach to Ebbw Vale


    There will be a supporters' coach going to the away match at Ebbw Vale on 6th October...

  • Whites honour more '100 Cap Men"


    seven players from the amateur era will receive their caps after the Neath game...

  • Bridgend 26 Swansea 23


    Swansea suffered a third successive league defeat of the season in heart-breaking fashion as Bridgend claimed a penalty try with the last play of the game.