Pontypridd Rugby Football Club are a rugby union team from the beautiful market town and community of Pontypridd, in the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales.

Pontypridd RFC play in the British and Irish Cup, Principality Premiership and the SWALEC Cup  

Pontypridd RFC play their home games at Sardis Road, Pontypridd, South Wales, with their junior section playing at Taff Vale Park and Pontypridd High School Fields, Cilfynydd.
Pontypridd's current main sponsor is Amber Electrical Services.  Additional major sponsorship is provided by Egan Waste Services, Dragon International Aerospace and Bass Brewery. Further sponsorship is provided by the University of Glamorgan, the Welsh Blood Service and Rhondda Cynon Taf CBC. Club kit is manufactured by Errea.

Pontypridd RFC's Head Coach is former Wales and Scotland B International, Dale McIntosh, while the club's Assistant Coach is former Wales International Captain and current Wales Sevens head coach, Paul John.

The Team Manager is former Pontypridd RFC outside-half, Richard Langmead, and the Conditioning Coach is Darren Bool.

Pontypridd RFC has a large and experienced squad of players. The Club Captain is *to be announced*, and the Vice-captain is Wales Sevens International Gavin Dacey.

Pontypridd RFC have two main team colours - Black and White.
* The home strip colours are Black and White.
* The change strip colours are Black, White and Red.
* The training strip colours are Grey and Black, and Black and Grey.

The club crest denotes Pontypridd's famous arched bridge, built by William Edwards in 1756 and known locally as the "Old Bridge". The chevrons are an interpretation of the ancient arms of Iestyn ap Gwrgant, the last ruler of the Kingdom of Morgannwg.

Pontypridd RFC have won numerous titles and accolades. Some the most recent achievements include:
* 2005-06 Konica Minolta Cup Champions
* 2001-02 Principality Cup Champions
* 1996-97 League Champions
* 1995-96 SWALEC Cup Champions

Pontypridd RFC are proud to have produced some of the most recognisable names in World Rugby history, a few of which have achieved incredible personal records during their Pontypridd careers.
* 3,185 points: Neil Jenkins
* 877 caps: Bob Penberthy