|Full name||Bury St Edmunds Rugby Union Football Club|
|Union||Eastern Counties RFU|
|Location||Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England|
|Ground(s)||The Haberden (Capacity: 3,000 (135 seats))|
|League(s)||National League 2 South|
Bury St Edmunds RUFC is a rugby union club based in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. Founded in 1925 as Bury and West Suffolk Rugby Football Club, they currently play in the fourth tier of the English league system, National League 2 South.
Bury St Edmunds RUFC played their first match as "Bury and West Suffolk Rugby Football Club" in 1925, with post-war practice taking place at Culford School. In 1974, seventeen members of the team were killed when Turkish Airlines Flight 981 crashed outside Paris.
In 2001, the first team was promoted to London 3 North East, winning the league six years later to be promoted to London 2 North in 2007. Promotion to National League 3 London & SE followed in 2013 after they won London Division 1 North, winning all 26 games during the season.
- Eastern Counties 1 champions: 1992–93
- London Division 4 North East champions: 2000–01
- London Division 3 North East champions: 2006–07
- London Division 1 North champions: 2012–13
- National League 3 London & SE champions: 2014–15
- Greene King IPA Eastern Counties 2 West champions: 2015–16
Bury St Edmunds RUFC is based at The Haberden ground in the eastern side of Bury St Edmunds. The club has one of only four all-weather pitches in England. Parking at the ground is used by medical staff at the nearby West Suffolk Hospital during the week. The club-house has seating capacity for 135 while there is ample standing space on the banks surrounding the pitch, bring total capacity to around 3,000.
|Played||Won||Drawn||Lost||Points for||Points against||Points diff||Try bonus||Losing bonus||Points|
|7||Bury St Edmunds||18||10||0||8||444||349||95||7||6||53|
|15||Sutton & Epsom||18||2||1||15||255||642||-387||4||3||17|
|Green background is the promotion place. Blue background is the play-off place. Pink background are relegation places.|
Updated: 18 January 2020
Source: "National League 2 South". NCA Rugby.
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- "London 1 North league table". Rugby Football Union. Archived from the original on 5 April 2013. Retrieved 20 April 2013.
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- Thewlis, Jo (29 November 2010). "Bury St Edmunds: Hospital staff face parking ban". East Anglian Daily Times. Retrieved 20 April 2013.
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