Welcome to the website of the Straffe Ketten RFC. In this site you can find out more about the team and its history, meet our players, check the calendar with our match results and activities, find out how to join our team as player or supporter, meet the sponsors who help us achieve our goals, and remember the amazing moments we shared at the Union Cup 2015 Brussels.
Want to try rugby? We welcome new players now!
We are always looking for new team members, so if you are curious and want to try our sport, we invite you to join our training sessions now. We train every Monday at 19h45 and you can find all the information on what you need for your first training in the get involved section of our website.
TRAINING FOR NEW PLAYERS - MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 19;45
Don't worry. It is ok not to have any previous experience. Most of us started playing rugby with the Straffe Ketten while being adults. You will learn with us and soon you'll be one of the Straffe Ketten.
When: Monday September 10th at 19h45h.
Where: Kituro Club (Avenue des Jardins 50b - 1030 Schaarbeek) map.
What to bring: for your first training you only need an old t-shirt, shorts, and sport shoes. Long socks recommended. And warm clothes depending on the weather.
If you want to contact us you can find all our details in this link. You can contact us in English, French, Flemish and Spanish.
THE BELGIAN RUGBY FEDERATION, INTERNATIONAL GAY RUGBY AND STRAFFE KETTEN RFC JOIN FORCES TO TACKLE HOMOPHOBIA IN RUGBY.
The Memorandum of Understanding came into force on Friday May 13th 2016 and it creates a framework for cooperation among the three bodies, in order to to jointly ensure that everybody feels welcome in the Belgian rugby environment. The Belgian Rugby Federation (FBRB) pledges to work together with Straffe Ketten and International Gay Rugby to combat discrimination and continue the promotion of equality and inclusiveness in the game.
What does Straffe Ketten mean?
In Flemish Brussels dialect, a ket is a guy from Brussels, and therefore a straffe ket is a tough Brussels boy. Ketten is the plural of ket :)
Whether you are curious to play rugby with us, or you want to become a supporter, you can become a Straffe Ket!