|06 May 23||London Irish|| ||17 - 14|| ||Exeter Chiefs|
|23 Apr 23||Saracens|| ||45 - 21|| ||London Irish|
|25 Mar 23||London Irish|| ||37 - 22|| ||Northampton Saints|
|12 Mar 23||London Irish|| ||36 - 18|| ||Sale Sharks|
|05 Mar 23||Newcastle Falcons|| ||19 - 34|| ||London Irish|
London Irish RFC was a professional rugby union club which competed in the Premiership, the top division of English rugby union. The club had also competed in the Anglo-Welsh Cup, the European Champions Cup and European Challenge Cup. While playing in the Championship in 2016–17 and 2018–19, it also played in the British and Irish Cup and RFU Championship Cup. The club played home games at the Madejski Stadium in Reading, Berkshire for twenty years, before moving for the 2020–21 season to the Gtech Community Stadium in Brentford, West London.
In the 2022/2023 season, London Irish encountered financial difficulty and were issued a winding-up order by HMRC over an unpaid Tax demand. To avoid suspension from the Premiership, the RFU issued a deadline for the club to provide financial assurances that they could continue paying players and staff. London Irish missed this deadline and were consequently excluded from competing in 2023/2024 season - not only in the Premiership but in all professional tiers of Rugby Union in England.
The club was founded in 1898 following the creation of London Scottish and London Welsh for the same reason, allowing Irishmen the chance to play rugby with fellow countrymen in the English capital.
London Irish won their first major trophy, the Powergen Cup (now the Premiership Rugby Cup), in 2002 and reached the 2009 English Premiership final, losing 10–9 to Leicester Tigers at Twickenham Stadium. In the 2007–08 season, the team came close to a place in the Heineken Cup Final, losing out to Stade Toulousain 15–21 in the semi-final at Twickenham Stadium.
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