Mumbles RFC was founded in 1887 and over the years has produced a large number of rugby players. Many have played at a higher level with neighbouring first class teams. Their best known rugby product is Geoff Wheel, who was the cornerstone of the Welsh pack in the successful national side of the 1970s, and captained Swansea RFC.
Mumbles RFC has established a reputation for hosting touring rugby teams from all over the world. The first team has also toured to other countries, including England, Ireland, Europe, the USA and Canada.
Mumbles RFC clubhouse has a waterfront location on Swansea bay about five miles from Swansea City centre. The ground is nearby in Underhill Park. Mumbles RFC clubhouse has a wide range of rugby memorabilia.