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Block A, Q Lap Complex,
unit 2, 2nd Floor,
Simpang 88, Kg.Kiulap
Bandar Seri Begawan BE1518
Negara Brunei Darussalam


Office No: +673 2237844

Mobile No: +673 8721445 / +673 8897027

Fax No: +673 2237843

13 thoughts on “Contact us”

  1. Hi,

    I’m an old,fat and knackered geezer who can hardly run anymore, but very interested in introducing 7-a-side rugby to the young lads of my organisation. I write, therefore, to enquire whether the RBFU (or anyone?) can assit me in getting started?

    There would be about 40 local lads (Bruneians), all in their twenties, but none of whom have ever touched a rugby ball before. Thus, any help and support in teaching the game, and providing the initial coaching and training would be much appreciated. We have our own ‘football’ pitch, 4 rugby balls and nothing else; so any training equipment, e.g. tackling bags, that we could borrow to start off with would be an added bonus (we will of course buy our own training equpment later on, depending on whether the game takes off).

    So anyone out there? Please get back to me. Thank you.



  2. Hello

    My name is Alema and im a 27yrs old prop from New Zealand ive played premier and semi professioal for Wellington in New Zealand. Im currently on a one year contract in Perth Australia.

    I am married with two boys and can play hooker also, i am looking to play in the Asian competition, i have DVD or rugby CV if interested please.

    Cant wait for your reply, i would love to help out and enjoy rugby in the Asian competition.


  3. Hi there

    I will be visiting Brunei on 21-25 August 2008 and would like to play a game. Are there any teams that would allow a visitor to play?

    Look forward to hearing from you


  4. To whom it may concern,

    I was surprised to see that there was no coverage of the first game of the Brunei Senior Rugby League tournament (BSRL), held at UBD on Saturday afternoon between UBD Sharks and the Bandar Blacks

    This is a BIG season for Brunei Rugby Union with the national teams entry into Division 5 of the HSBC Asian 5 Nations being held in Cambodia at the end of June.

    Having the media involved would raise the profile greatly of this great sport Rugby that I enjoy so much. It is a fantastic sport to watch and to play. I know Brunei people are very proud of all of their national teams but if information of the leagues are not in the media, how are the locals expected to get behind a sport they don’t know or understand?

    It saddens me a little that there was space in sport section for a report on a veterans basketball friendly, but no space for what was a thrilling game of rugby! Enjoyed by both home and away fans with close to 50 people turning up to support both teams.

    The final score was UBD Sharks 3 – Bandar Blacks 27. A brace of tries scored by Bandar Blacks number 8, Azahar O’Mad and a man of the mach performance from Bandar Blacks number 7, Eazy Anuar who performed the role of scrum half and flanker after a sending off for the Bandar Blacks in the 16th minute. Both of these players will be vying for a seat on the plane to Cambodia.

    I am a player looking for the game I admire to get the credit and publicity it deserves.

    Thank you

    Best Regards,

    Owen Martin

    1. Dear Owen,

      Media coverage of Rugby match between UBD Sharks and Bandar Blacks can be found in today’s Brunei Times. Yet, we wish to apologize for not updating the details of the last match in this website.

      We are pleased to hear more feedback from our supporters and players on how the rugby is going in Brunei. Thank you for your thoughts on the media coverage.


      Web Admin

    1. Dear Sir. The list of clubs is not included within the website yet of which is to updated soon with websites linked. However, the clubs currently registered under the union is as follows:

      1. Bandar Blacks Rugby Football Club
      2. Kuala Belait Pythons Rugby Football CLub
      3. Sharks Rugby Football Club (registered as UBD Sharks and ITB Silverbolts under the BRFU)
      4. Knights Rugby Football Club
      5. Royal Brunei Yacht Club
      6. Royal Brunei Armed Forces
      7. Royal Brunei Police Force

      Currently 3 teams are participating in this year’s league: Bandar Blacks, Sharks, and Pythons.

  5. Hi,
    Thanks for your answer. Can I know in wich cities this clubs are ? We are making a rugby guide with the clubs all over the world (opening June 2012)

    1. Dear sir, In Brunei Darussalam, there are four districts: Brunei Muara (where the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, is located), Belait, Tutong, and Temburong.

      All clubs including Bandar Blacks RFC and Knights RFC are located in Brunei Muara District with the exception of KB Pythons who are located in Belait District.

      Royal Brunei Yacht Club, Royal Brunei Police Force, and Royal Brunei Armed Forces represent their organizations, while Sharks Rugby Football Club represent the Higher Education Institutions (Primarily Universiti Brunei Darussalam and Institut Teknologi Brunei)

      We hope this information helps.

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