|Full name||Warwickshire Rugby Football Union|
The Warwickshire Rugby Football Union is a governing body for rugby union in part of The Midlands, England. The union is the constituent body of the Rugby Football Union for the city of Coventry and the county of Warwickshire. The current president is Steve Wilkes of the Old Coventrians club.
The Warwickshire RFU was created in 1914, after ceding from the now defunct Midland Counties Rugby Union.
Warwickshire play in the County Championship. As of 2017, the representative side competes in Division 2. However, in the past, the county competed at a much higher level, winning the Bill Beaumont Cup (as it is now known) 10 times, the fourth best record in the competition.
There are currently 44 clubs affiliated with the union, with teams at both senior and junior level and are based in Warwickshire. The vast majority of the county's clubs compete in the Rugby Football Union Midland Division, with the exception of Coventry RFC (The English Championship) and the University Teams (who compete in the British Universities and Colleges Sport rugby competitions). In addition there are 4 District Unions who form the Inter-District Competition Committee. Warwickshire Schools Rugby Union consist of five schools districts: Coventry Schools, South Warwickshire Schools, North Warwickshire Schools, Rugby Schools and Solihull Schools.
The Warwickshire RFU currently runs the following competitions for club sides based in Warwickshire: