Over the years some of the greatest names in the game have played for Bristol Rugby Club from Len Corbett, Sam Tucker, Jack Gregory, John Pullin and Alan Morley through to Jason Little and Agustin Pichot in recent years.
Bristol Football Club (or Bristol Football Club as it was formerly known) was formed in 1888 when the ambitious Carlton Club invited its rival clubs Redland Park and Westbury Park to join in forming a representative city team. The word rugby is a very recent addition to the name.
The Memorial Stadium, dedicated as a memorial to local rugby players who fell in the war, has been the Club's home since 1921.
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The Memorial Stadium
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