The 400 Club is an important source of income for Sligo RFC.  
We thank you for supporting us in creating a rugby centre of excellence for all.

The Sligo RFC 400 Club

Membership costs €10 per month, and members are entered in a monthly draw for €100, €50 and €25. 
You can join Online (or offline, see below).

Sligo RFC 400 Development 

Supporting us ensures we can continue to develop all facilities at the club.

Use of Club Facilities

Use our club for for birthdays and other parties / celebrations.

Enhance Rugby for all Ages

Memberships enhance Rugby in the North West for ALL Age Groups.
All profits from the 400 Club are used to develop rugby and facilities at all levels in the club. For further information on the 400 Club please contact Tom Nielsen on 086 4126055.


Joining is super easy – you can sign up online by clicking the link below. If you have any queries please contact Rory Raftery 


Increasing Monthly Prize Draw. In line with increasing number of 400 club members. Currently 1st €100, 2nd €50 and 3rd €25. 
Draw to take place quarterly. 
Minister Ring at a recent drawing for the 400 Club

Recent Club News

April 25, 2023

REPORT BY JOE WALSH  Sligo were narrow winners over Buccaneers in a hard-fought match. Serial Cup & League winning Sligo edged the Bank of Ireland Connacht U-18.5 Cup final at The Sportsground on Sunday. Conditions were as good as could be asked for in Galway with the breeze with Buccaneers in the first half, the […]

April 20, 2023
National Schools Girls Blitz

In a celebration of girls in rugby, Sligo Rugby hosted a National Schools Blitz for girls on Wed April 19th. 350 girls representing 10 schools from across the County took part in the Blitz in the Strandhill sunshine. The following schools took part; Ransboro, Carbury, Scoil Aiscus Naofa, Scoil Naomh Molaise, Cloghogue, Rockfield NS Coolaney, […]

March 21, 2023
Tag Rugby Series is Open for Registration

Are you looking for a fun and social way to get fit? Look no further than the Laya Tag Rugby Series! We're excited to announce that the 2023 edition of the series is now open for registration. With leagues available for both beginners and non-beginners, there's a place for everyone in this series. Not only […]

February 16, 2023
Sligo Rugby

Over the past decade there has been a trend in rugby to move away from acronyms to simpler branding: IRFU -> Irish RugbyRFU -> England RugbyIRB -> World Rugby The reason behind all of those separate rebranding is to reach people who aren't familiar with rugby acronyms, and help the game to grow beyond the […]

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