Harlequins Rugby Club, commonly known as Quins, is a professional rugby union team based in London, England. The club was founded in 1866 and has a rich history of success both domestically and in European competitions. Harlequins play their home matches at The Stoop, a stadium in the southwest of London, which has a capacity of just over 14,000.
One of the most successful periods in the club's history came during the 2011-2012 season when Harlequins won their first Aviva Premiership title. They followed this up with a memorable victory over French side Stade Francais in the final of the European Challenge Cup in 2011. In recent years, the team has been consistently competitive in both the Premiership and European competitions.
The club is known for its distinctive and vibrant jersey, which features a multi-colored quartered design that is instantly recognizable. This iconic shirt has become a symbol of the club's identity and heritage, and fans from around the world proudly wear it to show their support.
Harlequins' loyal fan base, known as "The Quinssentials," is renowned for their passionate support of the team, and their home matches at The Stoop are always lively and entertaining affairs. With a rich history and a bright future, Harlequins Rugby Club is a team that continues to inspire and excite fans of the sport around the world.