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Join the Met Police Rugby Club here You do not have to work with the Police to play Rugby with them. The Metropolitan Police Rugby Club was formed in 1923.  Competing Nationally in the Police Cup and Locally in the Surrey RFU Leagues.  We offer Mens, Womens and Touch Rugby for all abilities 

The Metropolitan Police Rugby Club was formed in 1923, exactly a century after William Webb Ellis’ inception of the beautiful game. The MPRFC’s very first game vs. The Honourable Artillery Company was played at Imber Court, which continues to be the home of Met Rugby. 
The 70s and 80s saw the MPRFC playing teams that are now in the Premiership. Although the professional era of rugby has meant the club are no longer able to compete at the highest level, the MPRFC today is fully committed to playing competitive rugby, supporting the wider community and continuing to build on its long and proud history.  
We currently compete in the Surrey League 2 and run both women and mens teams made up of police and non police members. We train on wednesday evenings with competitive fixtures on saturdays. We are an inclusive club and welcome all new players. 
We are proud to be a Touch Rugby Centre, which runs on Monday evenings at Imber and is open to all to attend. More details can be found here 
the met police rugby team in action
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the number one football pitch
the number one cricket pitch
boxing gloves
archery at imber court
the imber court bowls club
map of imber court grounds
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