COBRA was formed on 8 June 1967 in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
It was originally known as the Combined Old Boys Rugby Association (COBRA). The main objective of its formation was to facilitate and encourage young Malaysians to continue playing rugby after completing school.The COBRA RUGBY CLUB is a prominent rugby club in Malaysia under the Selangor Rugby Union and Malaysia Rugby Union. Over the years COBRA has produced many outstanding rugby players at the national and state level. Members of COBRA are also active and well represented in the Malaysian Rugby Union, Selangor Rugby Union and the Malaysian Rugby Referees’ Society.
8 June 1967
COBRA is formed in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
1967 COBRA introduced the world's first rugby tens tournament and in 1992 the tournament went international with participation from top clubs and Unions from around the world.
COBRA was awarded the National Sports Leadership Award by the National Sports Council of Malaysia for their contribution towards the promotion and development of rugby in Malaysia.
COBRA was awarded the IOC Diploma by the International Olympic Council for its contribution to sports
the Clubhouse underwent extensive renovation to cater to growing needs of members. COBRA is the first rugby club in Malaysia with its OWN Clubhouse.
7 players from COBRA were represented in the Malaysian rugby team
COBRA celebrates its 50th Anniversary