A bit of background...
The Club is steeped in tradition. It was formed way back in
1898 (hence the term 'Football' as opposed to 'Rugby' in our
name) by and for former pupils of Dulwich College. Before the
Second World War, when Old Boy rugby was at its peak, we were
one of the best and used to play and even beat some of the top
teams in the country. Things changed a bit after the war but
we are still going strong today!
We are still at our ground on Dulwich Common with excellent
pitches, a lively clubhouse and possibly the best changing facilities
around. We are now involved in league rugby and were in our
heyday as high as London first division. We have also been finalists
in the Surrey Cup three times and won it twice.
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Also, in 2003 we won the Powergen Vase at Twickenham, beating teams several leagues above us en route.