The Barbarian Rugby Football Club Incorporated The Barbarian Rugby Football Club Incorporated
UPCOMING EVENTS
 

Wednesday July 23
Phoenix v West Ham United, 7.30pm

Friday July 25
Ponsonby club night, from 4.30pm

Wednesday July 30
New members' induction night, from 6pm

Friday August 1
Onewhero/Maramarua club night, from 4.30pm

Friday August 8
North Shore club night, from 4.30pm

Friday August 15
Takapuna club night, from 4.30pm

Saturday August 23
All Blacks v Australia, 7.35pm

Wednesday August 27
NZ Barbarians Area Schools
v Harlequins
Waikato Stadium, from 5pm

Friday August 29
Northcote club night, from 4.30pm

Friday September 5
College Rifles club night, from 4.30pm

Friday September 5-
Sunday September 7

National schools top 4 finals, Rotorua

Friday September 12
Bombay/Pukekohe club night, from 4.30pm

Tuesday November 25
Club AGM

Friday December 5
Club Christmas night

“Rugby is a game for gentlemen in all classes but for no bad sportsman in any class.”
Rt Reverend W J Casey, 1894

Following the 1935 All Blacks tour of Great Britain, Hugh McLean and Ron Bush became interested in forming a New Zealand Barbarian Rugby Club that adopted the philosophies of the foundation Barbarians club in England.

In the early years the club was primarily involved in organising teams of selected players to take part in benefit matches and exhibitions which spread the gospel of adventurous rugby in Auckland and in many parts of the North Island. The club fielded its first team in1937 in a benefit match for the Thames Valley sub-unions, who were suffering financially.

As a non-profit organization, the club aims to use any money gained to nurture or improve the game and in recent years has become a major sponsor of primary school, secondary school and middleweight (i.e. weight restricted) rugby at both the Auckland and national level.

In the early 1970s the club purchased a property at 17 Cricket Ave which served the Barbarians well for 40 years.

The property at 17 Cricket Ave was required for the redevelopment of Eden Park for the Rugby World Cup in 2011 and patron Bob Sorenson opened the magnificent new facility on level 6 of the ASB Stand at Eden Park on June 24, 2010. The images below will introduce you to this facility.

In 2010 the NZ Barbarians team played NZ Maori in the first of their centennial games in Whangarei.

The Barbarian 'brand' is globally respected and highly recognisable in the rugby-playing world.

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