Doncaster Knights are the most promoted team in English Rugby history.
Following an immediate return to English Rugby’s second tier after relegation in 2013/14 under stewardship of Clive Griffiths. The Knights now embark on a challenging season where they will hope to consolidate a place in the Championship a build for a future where they can be looking up towards the Premiership.
The Knights' Impressive run of promotions numbered eight in fifteen seasons of league rugby, a unique achievement in the English game. Read more about the history and progress of the club in the “About us” section on this site.
DRFC rebranded as the Knights in 2006, an easy decision as they play at Castle Park. The Knights are a full time professional outfit and are relishing the prospect of the upcoming season in SSE National Divison One.
Doncaster Knights are an ambitious club hoping for a successful season on the return to the Greene King Championship and to be a competitive force within the division. The 2014/15 season will see the Knights renew acquaintances with county rivals Rotherham Titans and Yorkshire Carnegie in clashes that promise to provide a feast of high calibre rugby from Yorkshire’s finest Clubs.
Castle Park, the home of the Doncaster Knights has some of the best Rugby viewing facilities in South Yorkshire. The state of the art £2.2m De Mulder Lloyd has spacious 12 person corporate boxes for hire on match days for a full season catered for from the award winning Castle Park kitchens.
The Clubside Restaurant opens match days for 3-course meal hospitality and you can book a table or individual places to enjoy before stepping out of your seat for the game.
Remaining 2016/17 Home Fixtures
5th November - London Scottish
27th November - Cornish Pirates
17th December - London Welsh (B&I Cup)
31st December - Richmond Rugby
7th January - Munster 'A' (B&I Cup)
21st January - Rotherham Titans (B&I Cup)
4th February - Ealing Trailfinders
25th February - London Welsh
18th March - Yorkshire Carnegie
8th April - Jersey Reds
15th April - London Irish
For further information on the Knights, fixtures or to book match tickets and hospitality visit:
Castle Park stadium is 4 miles from Doncaster town centre, recommend access by car from M18 Junction 4 (A630 Doncaster).
Follow A630 for one mile and go left at the second roundabout (signed Armthorpe).
In another mile, in Armthorpe, go right at the next roundabout (signed Doncaster).
Castle Park is 1.3 miles along this road, on the left, after leaving the built up area.