This website is committed to furthering the aims of ‘Ealing Trailfinders’ and our rugby interests.
Ealing Rugby Football Club has a rich history. The Club was invited to form the original RFU in 1871 and was officially established two months afterwards. Ealing was started as a rugby club that embraced the Corinthian principles of fair play and moral values.
In 1999 Sir Mike Gooley declared a new era in building and moving the club to The Trailfinders Sports Club. With the name changed to ‘Ealing Trailfinders’, the Club began to rise through the leagues from National 3 South. The Trailfinders have continued to progress with unity and have won silverware for the past four seasons in a row culminating with the professional men’s first-team being crowned the Championship league and cup champions in 2021/22.
The Club itself is excelling with minis and juniors at all age levels, an established academy and women’s programme with links to local colleges and universities.
Ealing Trailfinders intends to maintain its ‘one club’ ethos, ensuring that all members are integrated and share in the success and enjoyment of rugby at every level of the club, be it an individual team or the overall community that is Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club.