|Full name||Surrey Rugby Football Union|
|Region||Surrey, parts of London|
The Surrey County Rugby Football Union is the union responsible for rugby union in the county of Surrey, England, and is one of the constituent bodies of the national Rugby Football Union having been formed in 1879.
The earliest recorded game played by a team purporting to represent Surrey under rugby union auspices was played before the Surrey County Club has been formed. This was played on 21 February 1878 against Middlesex and won by Surrey with a try scored by AS Trevor.
On 22 December 1879, a meeting was held at the York Hotel, on Waterloo Road, South London (then in Surrey), at which the County Club was formed. Two fixtures were played that season. The first was against Middlesex which turned out to be an easy win for Surrey. However, their confidence was put into check when they were soundly beaten by Yorkshire. Another match with Middlesex was played at Old Deer Park on 6 December 1880 with the result of each fifteen scoring one goal, in what was described as a ″splendidly-contested game″.
County Championship finals (2 wins);
|Year||Winners||Home team||Score||Away team||Venue||Notes|
|1896||Yorkshire||Surrey||4 – 16||Yorkshire||Richmond|
|1938||Lancashire||Lancashire||24 – 12||Surrey||Blundellsands|
|1960||Warwickshire||Warwickshire||9 – 6||Surrey||Coundon Road, Coventry|
|1967||(replay)||Surrey||14 – 14||Durham County||Twickenham|
|Durham County||0 – 0||Surrey||Hartlepool||title shared after a drawn replay|
|1971||Surrey||Gloucestershire||3 – 14||Surrey||Kingsholm|
County Championship Shield finals (4 wins);
|2005||Surrey||29 - 18||Somerset|||
|2011||Dorset & Wilts||43 – 22||Surrey|||
|2012||Surrey||43 – 12||Leicestershire|||
|2013||Surrey||21 – 16||Cumbria|||
|2014||Surrey||39 – 12||Leicestershire|||
County Championship Plate finals (1 win);
|2015||Surrey||17 – 3||Eastern Counties|||
Many notable players have represented Surrey. The most appearances in County Championship games for the Surrey side have been by:
Other famous players include:
The 2008–09 president of Surrey RFU is John Vale.
There are currently 73 full member adult clubs affiliated with the Surrey RFU, most of which have teams at both senior and junior level and are based in Surrey and parts of London. Many of the London-based sides are also members of the Middlesex RFU.