Harlequin Football Club

Rugby
Harlequin Football Club
Collapse map / See photo gallery
+
Add to list

The Harlequins Football Club is a professional Rugby Union team that plays games at Twickenham Stoop in the western suburbs of London, England. The stadium was opened in 1963 and has a seating capacity of 14,816 for Quins games. The Quins first started tackling... ... read more

Harlequin Football Club Schedule

Apr 19 Sat

Rugby

3:00 pm
London, England / Twickenham Stoop Harlequin Football Club
Add to Calendar
May 10 Sat

Rugby

3:00 pm
London, England / Twickenham Stoop Harlequin Football Club
Add to Calendar

Harlequin Football Club Videos

Harlequins 30 v 23 Leicester Tigers | Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights FINAL | 26-05-12
0:00 / 0:00
Harlequins 30 v 23 Leicester Tigers | Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights FINAL | 26-05-12 21,264 views
Harlequins 33-17 London Wasps - Official Highlights 14-04-12 | Aviva Premiership Rugby 1,021 views
Saracens 19 v 24 Harlequins Official Highlights 31-03-12 | Aviva Premiership Rugby 2,746 views
Harlequins 16 v 14 Worcester Warriors - Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights Round 15 | 18-02-12 878 views
Exeter Chiefs 9-11 Harlequins - Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights Round 12 | 31-12-11 862 views
London Wasps 16-22 Harlequins | Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights Round 10 | 04-12-11 2,046 views
Harlequins Rugby League 2009 Highlights 2,513 views
Melbourne Storm v Harlequins Rugby League at the Twickenham Stoop 2,290 views
Harlequins Rugby League 2010 squad 1,112 views
Ulster v Harlequins 26/08/2011 Highlights (friendly) 906 views
Bath 19-15 Harlequins - Aviva Premiership Highlights Round 20 | 15-04-11 678 views
London Irish 24-29 Harlequins - Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights Round 1 | 03-09-11 709 views
Harlequins RL Vs Hull FC 28th March 2009 171 views

Harlequin Football Club Info

Harlequin Football Club

The Harlequins Football Club is a professional Rugby Union team that plays games at Twickenham Stoop in the western suburbs of London, England. The stadium was opened in 1963 and has a seating capacity of 14,816 for Quins games. The Quins first started tackling opponents in 1866 and currently play in the Aviva Premiership league. The Harlequins don’t have the most illustrious winning history, but they’ve still managed to win multiple Middlesex Sevens and various other cups and championships. The team is probably most well-known for their “Bloodgate” scandal where players faked blood injuries for tactical substitutions. Some notable Quins players include Paul Burke, Ben Gollings, David Wilson, Tom Cheeseman, Neil McMillan, and Eric Peters. Quins tickets can be purchased online or at the stadium on game days.

Harlequin Football Club User Comments

Never miss out on the big game again! Sign Up for our weekly email and stay in the know for every game!

Book Now and Save at Hotels.com

Are we missing a venue or event?
Find your scene