|League:||National League Division Two South|
|Home Colours:||Gold, Green & Blue||Away Colours:|
Henley Rugby Club was founded in 1930 as Old Henleiensians.
Over the years the club has built a reputation of providing a first class venue for everyone in the town and beyond to enjoy their rugby. From mini members and their parents to our Friday Club who help with the upkeep and maintenance; from our successful women's team to our highly professional Hawks outfit in the national leagues, we are a club that is built on clear foundations of contribution to the local community and a place where everyone is welcome and enjoys a good time.
The club has progressed rapidly alongside the development of the game as it moved to a national league structure and into the new professional era. Henley RFC has now firmly established itself with a reputation as one of the foremost semi-professional clubs in the land.
By the year 2000 Henley had achieved no less than four promotions culminating in a top six position in National League One and a top 25 position in English rugby.
Along the way Henley took the scalp of premiership side Bedford in the latter stages of the
Henley's beautifully appointed Dry Leas ground boasts one of the finest playing surfaces in the country, recognised as such by the many representative matches that are played there, such as the recent U21 World Cup. The ground is also currently home to both Wasps A league side and the Wasps Academy. The ground is barely a stone's throw from the river and reflects everything one might expect from the world famous regatta town of Henley'On'Thames.
The club maintain a fully inclusive playing structure covering the broad spectrum of a contemporary rugby club. All Henley's teams from the Hawks to our amateur sides, through to the Women, Juniors and Minis command respect wherever they play, and enjoy the full support of many individuals and business in the town and the wider Thames Valley area.
Henley RFC is clearly one of the premier rugby clubs in the Thames Valley. We have an organisation and a reputation of which we are proud and we are confident that any level of commercial association with our club would engender pride, respect and admiration from both current and prospective clients.
Please come and join us at Dry Leas and embrace the sporting spirit of Henley!
|Address:||Dry Leas, Marlow Road||Tel:||01491 574499|
|Postcode:||Oxfordshire, RG9 2JA||Tickets:|
|Instructions:||Click on the buttons on the bar above for links to other web sites which have route planners and helpful information on getting to Henley Hawks. Click on the globe for a Google Map Satellite image of the stadium. You will also be able to use Google's route planner to map your journey.|
M40 Heading West
M40 Junction 4 follow signs for Henley, once in Henley follow A4155 Marlow Road out of Henley. Club is on the left.
M4 Heading West
M4 Junctions 8/9 gollow A4130 from Maidenhead to Marlow. Once in Henley follow A4155 Marlow Road out of Henley. Club is on the left.
M40 Heading East
Exit M40 at Junction 6 follow A4130 to Henley. Once in Henley follow A4155 Marlow Road out of Henley. Club is on the left.
M4 Heading East
Exit at Junction 12 or 11, follow A4155 from Reading for 7 miles. Once you enter Henley, continue on the A4155 though the town on the Marlow Road, the Club is on the left just outside the town.
Follow A4155 to Henley for approx 5 miles, the club is on the right just before you enter the town.
There is parking available at Henley Hawks
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