1903 – Cheltenham became members of the Rugby Football Union – Happy 100th!!
1905 – On December 6th, Cheltenham played the mighty ‘All Blacks’ in front of 8,000 spectators, losing only 18 – 0, whereas both Gloucester and Bath succumbed by over 40 points. Another red letter day for the club.
1909 – Cheltenham's first encounter with the famous Barbarians. This acted as the forerunner to the visitors tour to Wales until 1914.
1910 – The Town produced its first International player when L W Hayward played in the centre for England against Ireland at the new Twickenham headquarters.
1930 – Completion of Cheltenham's best ever season. Unbeaten in their 24 consecutive home matches and undefeated by any English side (Played 35, Won 30, Drew 2, Lost 3).
1960 – Cheltenham’s phenomenal service to youth rugby began with the formation of the Colts XV.
1974 – The Town became one of the first Clubs in the country to form a Mini and Junior section, which still flourishes today.
1976 – The 1st XV did not win a match for 19 months – an unenviable feat that made an entry into the Guiness Book of Records!
1981 – In September, Cheltenham moved to a brand-new sports complex at the Prince of Wales Stadium, where they played the world-famous Harlequins to celebrate the occasion.
1990 – The Club formed a Ladies XV which today plays in the National Leagues. This brought the number of Club teams to a staggering count of 18 sides.
1995 – The Professional era of leagues began with Cheltenham ceded to National League Division 4 (South).