Bristol Rugby are the first class rugby club in Bristol, England.
The club is one of the best-known rugby union clubs in England, and has, over the years, produced some of the most famous players in the game, relying in large part on the many junior rugby clubs in the region, particularly those from "the Combination" (the Bristol and District Rugby Football Combination). Significant players have included TJ Richards, who played for both the British Isles and Australia, Sam Tucker, John Blake, John Pullin and Alan Morley. In the professional era several international stars have played for Bristol, including Argentina's Agustín Pichot and Felipe Contepomi, and Jason Little, double World Cup winner with Australia. Gareth Llewellyn, the most-capped player ever for Wales, joined Bristol for the 2005-6 season.