All France Rugby Club

Created in 1987, The All France Rugby Club is the first born foreign Club in Tokyo !

All levels, all nationalities, the club is composed by a band of friends !


All the year long !

Shuto league Sept-Jan . All France Cup Apr-Jun

+Friendly Games . Rugby 10’s Tournaments


Thursday – 7pm ~ 9pm. Takadanobaba Station. Nishitoyama ground


The legend says that All France Rugby Club was founded just after the first ever Rugby World Cup, in July 1987 by 3 rugby-mad French guys and an Aussie sitting in a bar, looking for a way to get into playing some rugby in their new home in Japan.

It’s now more than 30 years the AFRC is present and integrated in Japanese championship

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The Players

From different countries, different levels, and different occupation (we have Bankers and Finance employees -honest ones-, Teachers, Students, Playboys, Military or government officials, Secret agents, Construction engineers, Social drinkers) our players are friends on and out the field before all !

The leitmotiv is simple : let’s have fun !

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The Play frequency

Having a training ground is a real advantage. It permits us to have regular trainings on Thursday where beginners can learn and experts teach and perfect their skills !

Regarding the games, the All France has its own cup and some international tours in addition to the regular Japanese Championship in order to be able to play all the year long !

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For having a look, giving a try or play some games,

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RIP Fred

 We are very sad to announce the loss of Fredrik HOLM, who played with the AFRC from 2012 to 2013. Besides being our team mate, he was also a kick boxing fighter who frightened his opponents both on the ring and on the pitch. He will nonetheless be always remember as...

Welcome to the world Mélodie !

 The AFRC is happy to welcome Mélodie in the family! The AFRC team is happy to announce the birth of Mélodie, the daughter of Guillaume, our dear hooker from Alsace.   Congratulations to the mother and the father, and we wish all the best to the beautiful little...

Do you want to build a macarons tower?

For those who may not know it, Erwan Bouat, our strong number 8, is also the head pastry chef at LADURÉE in Japan.

A month ago, he built a 5.3m high Tokyo Tower made of 8,000 macarons, which was exhibited in the Intercontinental ANA Hotel lobby (Tamakei Sanno). This masterpiece took them 30 hours of hard work, and 6 hours to mount the piece.

Dinner in Tokyo with Thierry JANEZECQ

 Mr. Thierry JANEZECQ, the coach of the Rugby 7s French National Team and former international player (from 1982 to 1990) had dinner with Bruno Leroy (President of the All France Rugby Club) and Romain PRECHEUR (director of the All France Rugby School) during his...

AFRC 21 – 31 MOCCOS The Show Must Go On

  The only goal the All France players had before the game was a clear win to ensure the team's participation in the playoffs. However, with a very poor start and 3 tries conceded in 17 minutes, it became almost impossible. This is not the first time. While the French...