Mike Wolff and his family are leaving Dubai after a fifteen year stint in the desert. Wolff, a partner of Control Risks and Chairman of the Dubai Exiles reflects upon his time with the Premiership club in our Choosday Chat special before he makes his move over to start a new chapter in his life in Washington…
We offer the best coaching, physio and club setup in the UAE. From minis and touch rugby through to senior rugby we train and play at the premier rugby facilities in the region. Come and try us out!
Netball is open to girls and boys from the age of 7 to 17 years old. Our priority is to provide training of the basic physical skills and an understanding of the playing rules relevant to the game.
Dubai Exiles RFC Cricket Section is the cricketing arm of Dubai Exiles RFC. We are the fastest growing cricket club in UAE which began from a small group of friends to a current membership of around 40.
2019 / 2020 West Asia Premiership Rugby fixtures coming soon.
2019 / 2020 UAE Premiership Rugby fixtures coming soon.
A brand new members only Dubai Exiles clubhouse with large screen televisions showing rugby from home and abroad where you can watch The Rugby Championship, The 6 Nations and the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
An easy and friendly “plug & play” sports club experience – register and pay, receive your playing kit, join your age group, meet your new coach and off you go to enjoy yourself!
Access to world class rugby pitches, cricket pitches and netball courts at the famous ‘The Sevens Stadium‘.
Exercise or relax in the Dubai Exiles’ very own 20 meter freshwater swimming pool. Changing facilities and lockers are available for club members.
Organised coaching for all rugby and netball age groups including support from the club’s Director of Rugby, Jacques Benade and the help of other qualified, experienced coaches and senior players.
Entrance to all UAERF club tournaments and leagues for free including the region’s largest Mini & Youth Rugby Festival for our own Mini & Youth players.
The Dubai Exiles gave Bahrain’s supporters a thriller in this year’s West Asia Premiership Final (2019).
With only 2 points separating the teams, the Dubai Exiles had a penalty kick from the half way line to win the match and take the trophy back to the Dubai Sevens Ground. They almost pulled off the most unlikely of smash and grabs…