Rugby Club (Ayr)

Ayr Rugby Club welcomes any new players, coaches, supporters, followers, fans and families to join the club. Located in the heart of Burns Country and only yards from the Brig O'Doon and haunted Old Kirk, Millbrae is one of the most scenic rugby grounds in Scotland

Millbrae became Ayr's home in 1964, having moved from the original ground at Newton Park to Dam Park, then to the Old Racecourse and King George V playing fields before finally taking up residence in Alloway.

After winning a number of Premiership and Cup titles, Ayr has become one of the most successful rugby clubs in Scotland. In 2019 Ayr Rugby were successful in their bid to form a semi-professional team, competing in Scottish Rugby's FOSROC Super6 tournament. This marked the birth of the Ayrshire Bulls, the only Super6 side on the west coast of Scotland.

Ayr Rugby provides playing opportunities for all ages and abilities, from boys and girls aged five to adults playing for the Ayr male and female senior teams. There is a jam-packed calendar of social events throughout the year, ranging from Ladies Day to Fireworks Night, Land O'Burns Weekender and 6 Nations coverage on their Big Screen - there's always something going on at Millbrae.

Club Meetings

Day / Time:
Tuesday-Friday from 5.00pm and Saturday & Sunday from 12.00 noon

Location:
Ayr Rugby Club, Millbrae, Alloway

Club Contacts

Name: Ayr RFC
Address:
Millbrae, Alloway, Ayr
Contact Tel: 01292 441 944
Email: info@ayrrugbyclub.co.uk

Website: http://www.ayrrugbyclub.co.uk

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