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Many thanks to everyone who came and joined us. Special shout out to all of our Old Boys for coming over and turning up the party at the pitch and the third half.


Alumni Weekend

November 5th, 2016

Pic by Adrian Rios (Gotham Member)

Many thanks to Marc and Jess for another unforgettable BBQ at their lovely home in Long Island. 




PRIDE 2016, NYC. For more pics please visit our Facebook page.

PRIDE 2016, NYC. For more pics please visit our Facebook page.


Thank you!


Many thanks to our sponsors, members and supporters. Your continued support to our club has brought us to victory. 

Bingham Cup 2016 Plate Winners. Nashville, TN.


Thank you!


Many thanks to everyone who came and supported us. 

Bingham Cup 2016 send off party

On Memorial Day Weekend, the Gotham Knights Rugby Club will be converging in Nashville, TN to compete for the Bingham Cup, a bi-annual Interantional Gay Rugby tournament. The Gotham Knights RFC is one of the premier gay-inclusive rugby clubs in the world. In 2010, the Kights became Bingham Cup Champions in Minneappolis, MN, the last time the tournament was hosted on U.S. soil. We would like to invite our Gotham family and supporters for a night of rugby drink up debauchery. Expect rugby boys in shorts, lots of beer, prizes up for raffle and a peak at our rugby traditions.



Thank you!

many thanks to NYU stern rugby and the gotham old boys for a saturday of good rugby play. We always look forward having our extended rugby family at our home field. WY!


Gotham Knights RFC Homecoming Alumni Weekend

Saturday, April 30th @ 2PM

Randall's Island Field 75

The Gotham Old Boys return to their former home field for a day of rugby, camaraderie and family fun. Exhibition game with our sibling club NYU Stern will KO @ 2PM, followed by our Gotham v Old Boys. Drink up details TBC.



From the Gotham Knights RFC Board and all of its members, we would like to thank each and everyone of our supporters for a successful... 



It is that time of year when the rugby players from Gotham Rugby loose their dirty cleats and heel-up to compete for the ultimate Drag Diva title. "Drag Us To The Bingham Cup" is Gotham Rugby's biggest Spring fundraiser and we are counting on you to join us in support of our club.

On Memorial Day weekend 2016, the Gotham Knights Rugby Club will be travelling to Nashville, Tn to compete at the 2016 Bingham Cup, a biannual International Gay Rugby tournament. Gotham is the 2010 Bingham Cup Champions and we will be representing NYC amongst 30+ inclusive rugby clubs from arounf the globe. Your support will get us closer to the tournament and ultimately the Cup.

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JOCK-A-THON is the annual gay sports-themed networking event where you can meet lots of other event where you can meet other Gay Jocks and a bunch of future Gay Jocks.


Winter Touch Series 2016

Winter Touch Series is over. Thanks to everyone who showed up! Come join us at Practice.



The Spirit of Gotham Award


 … Is an honor bestowed by the Gotham Knights RFC Board to a member of the community that embodies Gotham’s mission of inclusiveness in sports. This award is presented as a celebration of the honoree’s accomplishments in the profession that they represent and the efforts they have made to raise awareness of the LGBT issues in the sports community.

2015 Spirit of Gotham Honoree:

Billy Bean


Billy Bean is the only openly gay Major League Baseball player (current or former) alive today. From 1987 to 1995, he played for the Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles Dodgers, and San Diego Padres. Born in Santa Ana, California, Bean was a multi-sport star at Santa Ana High School, where he was selected valedictorian of his graduating class and went on to become an All-America outfielder twice before graduating from Loyola Marymount University in 1986.

As a closeted gay man in the brutally anti-gay world of baseball, Bean faced a wrenching choice between his love of the game and the love of his life. Ultimately unable to reconcile the two worlds he lived in, he walked away from pro baseball in the prime of his career.

When Bean came out in 1999, his story found nationwide media coverage, including on the Sunday cover of The New York Times and on CNN. His memoir, Going the Other Way, originally published in 2003, became a national bestseller.

On July 15, 2014, Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig announced the appointment of Billy Bean as MLB’s first Ambassador for Inclusion, a role which puts him at the fore of the League’s efforts for a fair and equitable workplace throughout all of baseball. Bean has become one of the leading role models for all athletes of diversity, and one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the US.