If London Welsh fans can't make an away fixture next season they should pop along to Rosslyn Park - as half their old team will be playing there.
New Park head coach and former Welsh favourite Florent Rossigneux has raided his former club for no less than five new signings.
Howard Quigley, Dylan Pugh, Rob Jewell, Alex Cadwallader and James Strong have all been brought in to help Park win back their place in National Division Two.
Quigley and Cadwallader both have Premiership experience with Newcastle Falcons, as has Robson with Harlequins, while Strong and Pugh have made more than 100 and 75 games respectively for Welsh.
Also arriving are Dan Beard from London Scottish, Hayden Roche from Wellington Hurricanes U20s, Chris Simmons from Henley Hawks, University of West England skipper Callum Dudfield and former Worcester, Plymouth and Pertemps Bees prop Richard Culley.
Former loan players Rhys Evans and Martin Anayi, plus London Irish's former England U19 wing/full-back Nick Canty, have all opted to stay with Park too.
But they will lose Ed Lewis-Pratt, who arrived with Canty on loan from London Irish last season, who will do this summer's popular journey in reverse by going full-time with London Welsh.
Following Lewis-Pratt out of the exit door at Roehampton Lane will be Richard Watkins, Niall Lear and Nick Harlock, who are all moving abroad with their full-time jobs.
Park fans already have the exciting prospect of their backs being coached by former Harlequins star and England international Stuart Abbott next season.
Director of rugby Shaun Justice said: "We are proud that word is getting out that Rosslyn Park is a fantastic place to come and to play semi-professional rugby, and clearly that is benefiting us in attracting players of this calibre.
"They all bring with them tons of experience in National One, and some from the Premiership too.
"We already had a very talented squad, who won six out of our last seven league games, but it was vital we recruited in areas where we didn't have much strength-in-depth and where we have lost players. We want competition for places everywhere.
"The ambition and structure we now have at the club is what is attracting these players to come and play their rugby here."
Park kick off their new National Division Three (South) campaign at title favourites Ealing on September 6.