The New Orleans Rugby Football Club (also known as NORFC), founded in 1973, is a men's rugby union team based in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The club competes in and is governed by the Deep South Rugby Union (LAU), USA Rugby South (TAU), and USA Rugby.
|Full name||New Orleans Rugby Football Club|
|Location||New Orleans, Louisiana|
|Coach(es)||Trip McCormick (head)|
|League(s)||Deep South Rugby Union|
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