Warlingham Rugby Club was founded back in 1922, recently became popular for the decision to give away large number of Club branded condoms to attract young new members for the club. Historically club operated from Warlingham town centre, where The White Lion Pub was used as a committee hub and Town Hall as changing rooms for players, by 1930’s club was forced to move out and moved to current grounds at Limpsfield Road. Many local events take place at the grounds including regular car boot sales attracting bargain hunters and Car show, which is loved by local petrol-heads.
Hamsey Green Playing Field is a green open field home for Croydon Post Office Social and Athletic Club. Club formed since 1980’s even though the club history and activity goes well before that. The green playing fields are around 23 acres of land, consisting of 7 football pitches, cricket square, all weather training surface, modern clubhouse and separate block for changing rooms. Grounds are regularly used for Car Boot Sales attracting local residents in search for good value items. Young families and local residents also enjoy being outdoors and playing at children playground on-site.