HM Queen Elizabeth II presents the 1967 Challenge Cup to Featherstone captain Max Dixon.

Membership Details

  • Anyone may join the Rugby League Record Keepers’ Club (RKC)
  • We are a not for profit organisation, and expect minimal running costs, with work being carried out by members on a voluntary basis
  • Annual membership runs for a calendar year, with a membership fee of £5
    • Money raised from the initial subscriptions will go towards funding the purchase of a domain name to host our website and towards any future web hosting costs
  • It is intended that only a nominal fee will ever by charged for membership, to cover running costs (which are only ever expected to be minimal)
  • Prospective members need to contact Neil Ormston at for details of how to pay by bank transfer, PayPal, cheque or cash

Honorary Life Members

Anyone who was previous a member of the original RKC is eligible for Honorary Life Membership in recognition for their continued support.  This confers the same benefits as ordinary membership but without the need for an annual subscription and is therefore complementary.  Anyone wishing to apply should complete the usual form below, noting that they were members of the original RKC.

Membership benefits

  • Access to scanned/photographed copies of the original RKC publications (Teams & Scorers & History of Rugby League booklets)
  • Access to electronic records of the club(s) of your choice as these are developed and the ability to provide input to these records
  • Access to our website during the testing and development phase (NB: this is not expected imminently)
  • Regular updates of our work
  • Exclusive access to our Facebook page (, so you can be involved in discussions / decisions

Expectation of members

There is no obligation on members to participate in the work we are doing (though of course, we hope as many as possible will choose to be involved!).  All we ask from members is that they:

  • Support our work in whatever way they are able
  • Promote the work of the RKC and the sport of rugby league

​To join, contact Neil Ormston at