Our History

Mold Rugby Football Club is a rugby union team from the town of Mold, North Wales. They presently play in the Welsh Rugby Union Division Two North League.

Mold RFC
Original Mold RFC Logo.png
The original and official logo of Mold RFC
Full name Mold Rugby Football Club - Clwb Rygbi Yr Wyddgrug
Founded 1935
Location MoldWales
Ground(s) Chester Road
Chairman Colin Ellis, Darren Martin
Coach(es) Oli Heald, Rowan Walley, Aled Ellis, Rhys Williams (Seniors)
League(s) WRU Division Two North
2019-20 3rd[1]
Team kit
Official website

Mold Rugby Club is a member's run club. They are based at their Chester Road Ground, within 1/4 mile of Mold town centre.

There are currently over 500 playing and non-playing members varying in all ages from aspiring internationals aged as young as 6, through to life members now enjoying the social and supporting side of the club.

The club consists of a varied background of individuals, from school children and university students, through to business owners and volunteers.

Mold RFC have both Mini and Junior sections which run teams from under 7s through to under 16s. There is also a very successful intermediate Youth team and four senior teams consisting of Veterans, 3rd's, 2nd's and 1st team.

The club has a history of both successful teams and individuals, and have provided players at youth level, a number of whom are now involved at North Wales Academy, Scarlet's/Osprey's region and national representative levels. Players such as James King and Haydn Pugh at the Ospreys and Rob McCusker at the Scarlets. Rhys Williams is with Salford Red Devils Rugby League club playing in Super League. In 2012, two tries in a fixture against France saw Williams overtake Iestyn Harris to become Wales' all-time leading try scorer.

As well as producing players the club has also helped develop coaches the most successful of which being former club chairman Dennley Issac with Wales Youth.

There is substantial Junior and Mini representation at N E Wales Schools and Gogledd Cymru at all age group levels (U12 upwards).