Old Laurentian Rugby Football Club was founded over 90 years ago by former pupils of Lawrence Sheriff School in Rugby. It has been open to all comers since the late 1960s although it still retains strong links with the school which produces a regular supply of quality players for the club. The club is proud of its close connection with the origin of the great game. Not only is the club located in Rugby but the school from which the club grew is named after the founder of Rugby School, Lawrence Sheriff.
OLRFC is committed to providing a good standard of amateur rugby with traditional rugby club hospitality for like-minded players and supporters. The aim of the club is to provide regular, competitive games for players of all abilities and ambitions backed up by a qualified coaching team, excellent facilities and qualified medical support.
The club is based at Fenley Field, Bilton, a thirteen acre sports ground with three pitches, (one with floodlights), a welcoming clubhouse, a well equipped gym and a purpose built grandstand with seating for 200 spectators.