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Greswolde Park Birmingham Tel: 0121 706 4068

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Moseley Rugby

 

Moseley Rugby Club
Yardley Wood Road
Billesley Common
Birmingham
B13 0PT
Tel: 0121 443 3631
Moseley Rugby
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Moseley Rugby Football Club is an English rugby union club, based at Billesley Common in Birmingham, that competes in the RFU Championship. The club was historically the premier rugby club in Birmingham, reaching the final of the John Player Cup three times in the late 1970s and early 1980s. They originally played at the Reddings, but after attempting to keep up with the transition to professional rugby, the club ran into financial difficulties and were forced to sell their 125-year home to property developers. An unsuccessful five-year spell based at the University of Birmingham followed, during which time they were relegated to National Division Two. In 2005 the club moved to its new home at Billesley Common, and was promoted to National Division One in 2006. Since then they have consolidated their place in the second tier of English rugby and in 2009 won their first cup for 27 years beating Leeds 23–18 in the final of the National Trophy at Twickenham.


Full name
Moseley Rugby Football Club
Nickname(s)
Mose, Billesley Boys
Founded
1873