Glendale repeats as WPL Champion

Atlanta 7s dates announced

PRO Rugby set to launch in April 2016

London Irish v. Saracens

World Cup 2015 ends with loss for Eagles

World Cup coming to America

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USA Rugby launches new concussion policy

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Club 7s ends in Des Moines

College 7s champions crowned in Denver

College 15s National Championships recaps

  • #WPLRugby

    Glendale 26-17 Berkeley
  • #Atlanta7s

    April 8-9, 2016
    Fifth Third Bank Stadium at Kennesaw State University
  • NDS

    Jan. 22-24, 2016
    San Francisco
  • PRO Rugby

    Professional rugby coming in 2016
  • D1A Rugby

    The premier college competition kicks off 2015-16
  • London Irish v. Saracens

    March 12, 2016
    Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ
  • RWC 2015

    USA 18-28 JPN
  • NACRA Sevens

    Men, women qualify for Rio 2016
  • RWC Sevens

    San Francisco Bay Area to host World Cup
  • Social Media

    Share your experiences with USA Rugby
  • SafeSport

    Program website launched
  • Concussion Policy

    USA Rugby launches new concussion policy
  • Championships

    Strengthen the bond between club and community
  • Club 7s

    ARPTC, Seattle win titles in Iowa
  • College 7s

    Lindenwood, Penn State, James Madison take titles
  • College Championships

    WDI: PSU 61-7 CWU
    WDII: NDC 69-10 UCR
    MD1AA: UCF 15-18 UCD
    MD1A: LIFE 24-30 SMC

USA Rugby

USA Rugby's Dream: To Inspire America to Fall in Love with Rugby

Founded in 1975, USA Rugby is an official member of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and the International Rugby Board (IRB).

The organization has approximately 90,000 members and is responsible for the development of the boys, girls, high school, collegiate and club rugby programs, and ultimately all of the national teams representing the U.S. in international competitions.

The current structure of USA Rugby comprises seven Territorial Unions (TU) and 34 Local Area Unions (LAU) that compete for regional and National Championships.

USA Rugby's national headquarters is located in Boulder, Colo., and is run by full-time staff under the direction of current CEO and President of Rugby Operations Nigel Melville.

USA Rugby is based upon these core organizational beliefs:

We believe that rugby will be the best experience in American sports.

We believe in delighting and creating value for our members.

We believe rugby has something for everyone and that anyone can play.

We believe in lifelong camaraderie beyond the game.

We believe that our greatest assets are our players.

We believe in developing peak performance at all levels of the game.

We believe in owning our performance.