London Broncos are a professional rugby league football club based in Richmond borough who have competed in the Super League since its introduction in 1996. The Broncos play their home games at the Twickenham Stoop Stadium.
The Rugby Club
Originally formed as Fulham in 1980, London Broncos entered the Rugby Football League Championship's second division for the 1980–81 Rugby Football League season.
Over the years the club has changed names a number of times and has also been known as London Crusaders (1991-1994), London Broncos (1994-2005 and since 2012) and as Harlequins Rugby League (2006-2011).
Having never won a majory trophy despite being finalists in the 1999 Challenge Cup Final and finishing runners-up in the 1997 Super League season, London Broncos are expected to be one of the challengers for the Super League title in 2013.
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London Broncos Rugby League Foundation
The London Broncos Rugby League Foundation is a registered charity embracing health, education, social cohestion and community development projects, working with local education partners, local authorities, funding partners, community groups and commercial partners.
London Broncos have a Dance Academy based at the Twickenham Stoop, providing dance classes of varying styles for young people an adults.
Providing training opportunites and the opportunity to work with professional dancers and rugby league players, the academy aims to see young dancers reach their full potential.
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Following extensive research, with input and assistance from their army of fans and supporters, Harlequins RL relaunch for next season with the club going back to the name London Broncos Rugby League.