|25 Mar 23||London Irish ||-|| Northampton Saints|
|23 Apr 23||Saracens ||-|| London Irish|
|06 May 23||London Irish ||-|| Exeter Chiefs|
|12 Mar 23||London Irish|| ||36 - 18|| ||Sale Sharks|
|05 Mar 23||Newcastle Falcons|| ||19 - 34|| ||London Irish|
|25 Feb 23||London Irish|| ||22 - 25|| ||Leicester Tigers|
|18 Feb 23||Bath Rugby|| ||10 - 25|| ||London Irish|
|29 Jan 23||London Irish|| ||42 - 24|| ||Harlequins|
London Irish RFC is an English rugby union club based in Sunbury, Surrey, where the senior squad train, the youth teams and senior academy play home games, and the club maintain their administrative offices. The club competes in the top division of English rugby union, the Aviva Premiership. The club also compete in the Anglo-Welsh Cup as well as one of the two Europe-wide club competitions—the Heineken Cup or European Challenge Cup, depending on their performance in the previous season. The club will continue to play their home games at the Madejski Stadium in Reading, Berkshire until 2026.
The team plays in green and white colours, with a reversed away strip. London Irish won its first major trophy in 2002, claiming the Powergen Cup (the competition that later became the Anglo-Welsh Cup). Irish also reached the final of the 2009 Guinness Premiership, narrowly 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 a tense semi-final encounter at Twickenham Stadium. The club's mascot is an Irish Wolfhound called Digger.
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