Welcome to the
Toronto Scottish R.F.C.
The Toronto Scottish Rugby Football Club has a proud and rich tradition. Established in 1953, the TSRFC currently fields 3 senior men’s teams, 2 senior women’s teams, junior rugby and minis.
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We currently field 3 senior men’s teams, 2 senior women’s teams, junior rugby and minis. We also have a great alumni community.
We field 3 men’s teams on a weekly basis with the 1st XV playing in the Marshall Premiership League.
Our women’s program field 2 senior sides and play in the Ontario Women’s League (OWL).
We run several junior programs through the summer and fall and cater for all skill levels.
Our alumni are an integral part of our club who offer support in a number of different ways.
Become an Alumni member today! Your registration fee helps to support the club and grants you membership voting rights for the year.
By being a part of our Alumni community we can keep you connected with past players and provide you information on how to be involved with the TSRFC.
The Toronto Scottish RFC Charitable Fund is a long term endowment fund that provides a way to support the Toronto Scottish rugby community in the development of our players and coaches. 100% of each and every donation will be allocated to this purpose, up and until the fund reaches $150,000 in permanent capital, after which 50% of donations may be allocated towards future capital projects via a Capital Projects Accumulation Fund (CPAF).
History of the Toronto Scottish
The Toronto Scottish Rugby Football Club has a proud and rich tradition. Established in 1953, the TSRFC currently fields 3 senior men’s teams, 2 senior women’s teams, junior rugby and Minis.
Discover more about the Toronto Scottish Rugby Football Club’s colourful history.
I joined for a chance to play in the Ontario Women’s League (OWL), but stayed for the positive learning environment and friendships I formed while training there. Throughout the past few years at the Scottish I have been able to play high level rugby alongside a great group of women. While still being competitive, the Scottish provided me with the opportunity to improve my skills with the support of teammates and coaches.