The Rugby Groud Guide

London Irish - The Basics

 

City: Reading

Country: England

Club: London Irish

Nickname: The Exiles

Founded: 1898

 

Ground Opened: 2000

Stadium Name: The Madejski Stadium

Stadium Address: London Irish Rugby Club

Madejski Stadium

Reading

Berkshire

RG2 0EL

Telephone: 01932 750100

Fax: 01932 750115

Capacity: 24,161(All-Seated (Covered)

 

Club Web Site:

www.london-irish.com

E-Mail:

info@London-irish.com

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/LIRFC

Twitter:

@LiRFC

 

Home Colours: Green and White

Away Colours: White and Green

 

 

League (2016/17) Greene King IPA Championship

London Irish were relegated from the Aviva Premiership in May 2016

For Fixtures go to:

www.london-irish.com

http://www.englandrugby.com/fixtures-and-results/competitions/greene-king-ipa-championship/

 

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

 

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