The Haagsche Rugby Club complex is located on Theo Mann-Bouwmeesterlaan in The Hague. The complex of the Rugby Club HRC is located opposite the HDM hockey club. They have their own canteen, terrace and two rugby fields (grass pitches) and a jeu de boules court.
The Hague Rugby Club was founded and built by real residents of The Hague and has a rich history. It is therefore one of the oldest rugby clubs in the Netherlands. In the 70s and 80s HRC won the national titles together. And in the '99 season, the club earned an entry in the Guinness Book of Records by taking every title possible in that season. The Haagsche Rugby Club has also been doing well internationally for some time. For example, HRC has already won the European Cup five times and the HRC men became Dutch Champion in the 2014 season. Talent development characterizes this club, which contributes to the performance in the future.