Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club

Exeter City Football Club Exeter is proud to be able to say that it has brought Premiership Rugby to Devon

Founded in 1871 and formerly known as the Exeter Rugby Club, The Exeter Chiefs have been competing in rugby union since 1873. They currently play in the Aviva Premiership, the top tier of English rugby containing the best twelve clubs in England. After moving from the County Ground Stadium, which also held speedway and greyhound racing, Exeter Chiefs now play their home games at Sandy Park. It was at the County Ground in 1905 during the New Zealand rugby team's first-ever British tour that the phrase 'All Blacks' was first used in media reports of the shock win over a Devon County side.

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Exeter Chiefs R.F.C - Club Information

Coach Rob Baxter
Chairman Tony Rowe

Club recent honours

English Premiership
  • Champions: 2016-17
  • Runners-Up: 2015-16
Anglo-Welsh Cup
  • Champions: 2013-14
  • Runners-Up: 2014-15, 2016-17

Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club
Sandy Park Stadium
Sandy Park Way
Devon EX2 7NN

Telephone 01392 890890
Fax 01392 890888

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