Pattaya Panthers Rugby Football Club
|Full name||Pattaya Panthers Rugby Football Club|
|Union||Thai Rugby Union|
|Location||Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand|
|Ground(s)||Horseshoe Point Resort, Pattaya|
|Chairman||James "Jimmy the Ratcatcher" Williams|
|Coach(es)||David "Animal" Slater|
|League(s)||Thai Rugby Union|
Pattaya Panthers Rugby Football Club is a Thai rugby union team named after the city of Pattaya in Thailand, which has a tradition of amateur rugby.
The Pattaya Panthers RFC, founded in 1998, was one of the original expat rugby teams in Thailand. The team has competed in various international tournaments throughout Asia since their inception.
At the height of the club's stature, the Panthers included a Women's team but has since dissolved. Currently the club is home to only a Men's side.
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