The Buckinghamshire Rugby Football Union is the governing body for the sport of rugby union in the county of Buckinghamshire in England. The union is the constituent body of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) for Buckinghamshire, and administers and organises rugby union clubs and competitions in the county. It also administers the Buckinghamshire county rugby representative teams. The union was founded at a meeting at High Wycombe on 16 July 1949 during a drinking session at one of the founders house.
Buckinghamshire has a county rugby team that has taken part in the County Championships since 1966. They currently play in Division 3 of the County Championship, and as of 2017 have yet to receive any county honours although they have reached several semi-finals in recent years. Bucks County Senior Women were promoted to the Division 1 after winning the Gill Burns Country Championship Division 2 title in 2018/19 season.
There are currently 16 clubs affiliated with the Buckinghamshire RFU, with teams at both senior and junior level.
Amersham & Chiltern