Tickets are now available for the knock-out stages of Women's Rugby World Cup 2014.
The semi finals and final of #WRWC2014 will be played at the Stade Jean Bouin in Paris on August 13 and 17.
Prices range from €5 to €25. One ticket will give you access to all three matches scheduled on that day at the stadium.
Click here for further information.
Tickets for the pool stages will be released in due course.
|May 24 - June 1||Top 50 Camp||N/A||Greeley, CO||N/A|
|June 29||Wales||W 10-7||Cardiff, Wales, UK||N/A|
|July 2||England*||N/A||Surrey, ENG, UK||N/A|
|July 6||England||L 13-17||Surrey, ENG, UK||N/A|
|August 1||Ireland||L 17-23||FFR Headquarters - Marcoussis 2||Universal Sports|
|August 5||Kazakhstan||W 47-17||FFR Headquarters - Marcoussis 2||Universal Sports|
|August 9||New Zealand||L 34-3||FFR Headquarters - Marcoussis 1||Universal Sports|
|August 13||Australia||W 23-20||FFR Headquarters - Marcoussis 1||N/A|
|August 17||New Zealand||L 55-5||Stade Jean Bouin||Universal Sports
DELAY @ 6:00 P.M. ET
*Denotes non-test match
|WORLD CUP SQUAD|
|Sadie Anderson||Scrum-Half||XV: 14 \\ 7s: 1||Fort Collins, CO||Penn State W.R.F.C. (USA)|
|Katy Augustyn||Hooker||XV: 14||Antigo, WI||Berkeley All Blues W.R.C. (USA)|
|Bui Baravilala||Center||XV: 4 \\ 7s: 4||Honolulu, HI||Aliamanu All Blues (USA)|
|Meya Bizer||Center||XV: 13 \\ 7s: 4||The Woodlands, TX||Penn State W.R.F.C. (USA)|
|Sharon Blaney||Lock||XV: 16||Braintree, MA||Oregon Sports Union R.C. (USA)|
|Sylvia Braaten||Center||XV: 4 \\ 7s: 1||Waterford, WI||Twin Cities Amazons W.R.C. (USA)|
|Jamie Burke||Prop||XV: 48||Chesapeake, VA||Glendale Raptors R.F.C. (USA)|
|Emilie Bydwell||Prop||XV:17 \\ 7s: 9||Montreal, QC||San Diego Surfers W.R.C. (USA)|
|Sarah Chobot||Prop||XV: 18 7s: 4||Mendon, MI||Glendale Raptors R.F.C. (USA)|
|Kate Daley||Number 18||XV: 7||Mishawaka, IN||North Shore Chicago W.R.C. (USA)|
|Lauren Daly||Lock||XV: 5 \\ 7s: 0||Boulder, CO||San Diego Surfers W.R.C. (USA)|
|Carmen Farmer||Lock||XV: 8||Richmond, VA||Severn River R.F.C. (USA)|
|Lynelle Kugler||Flanker||XV: 27 \\ 7s: 3||New Raymer, CO||Twin Cities Amazons W.R.C. (USA)|
|Nathalie Marchino||Wing||XV: 15 \\ 7s: 10||Geneva, CHE||Berkeley All Blues W.R.C. (USA)|
|Vanesha McGee||Wing / Full-Back||XV: 16 \\ 7s: 9||Ewing, NJ||New York R.C. (USA)|
|Deven Owsiany||Scrum-Half||XV: 3 \\ 7s: 11||Royersford, PA|
|Jillion Potter||Prop||XV: 12 \\ 7s: 6||Denver, CO||Glendale Raptors R.F.C. (USA)|
|Naima Reddick||Prop||XV: 12||El Cerrito, CA|
|Hope Rogers||Prop||XV: 9||Chambersburg, PA||Penn State W.R.F.C. (USA)|
|Kimber Rozier||Fly-Half||XV: 12 \\7s: 11||Raleigh, NC|
|Hannah Stolba||Fly-Half||XV: 10||Missoula, MT||Glendale Raptors R.F.C. (USA)|
|Jocelyn Tseng||Scrum-Half||XV: 8||Palo Alto, CA||Berkeley All Blues W.R.C. (USA)|
|Shaina Turley||Flanker||XV: 16 \\ 7s: 6||Fox Lake, IL||San Diego Surfers W.R.C. (USA)|
|Kittery Wagner||Hooker||XV: 24 \\ 7s: 1||Fort Collins, CO||Glendale Raptors R.F.C. (USA)|
|Sarah Walsh||Lock||XV: 15||Baltimore, MD||Berkeley All Blues W.R.C. (USA)|
|Sarah Wilson||Prop||XV: 10||Westerville, OH||Glendale Raptors R.F.C. (USA)|
|Stacey Bridges||Flanker||18||Robinson, TX||Twin Cities Amazons W.R.C. (USA)|
|Erica Cavanaugh||Wing||XV: 2 \\ 7s: 2||Ashland, VA||Northern Virginia W.R.F.C. (USA)|
|Samantha Pankey||Flanker||6||Buckingham, VA||James River R.F.C. (USA)|
|Carrie White||Scrum-Half||4||San Jose, CA||Seattle R.F.C. (USA)|
|Jessica Davis||Prop||2||Rescue, CA||AIC Rugby (USA)|
|Katie Dowty||Scrum-Half||XV: 3 \\ 7s: 10||Boston, MA||Beantown R.F.C. (USA)|
|Amanda Kingzett||Flanker||Ellendale, ND||Twin Cities Amazons W.R.C. (USA)|
|Tess Kohanski||Hooker||XV: 0 \\ 7s: 1||East Lyme, CT||Beantown R.F.C. (USA)|
|Jennifer Lui||Scrum-Half||XV: 3 \\ 7s: 2||Ridgway, PA||North Shore Chicago W.R.C. (USA)|
|Amy Naber||Center||0||Tucson, AZ||University of Arizona Women's Rugby (USA)|
|Anne Peterson||Fly-Half||Arusha, TZA||Washington State University W.R.C. (USA)|
|Amanda Street||Wing||XV: 0 \\ 7s: 1||Princeton, WV||Washington W.R.F.C. (USA)|
11/11The Women’s Eagles have announced the next cycle of the Elite Coach Development Program.
10/12Looking ahead to a busy 2016 calendar year for the women's national teams – from the senior Eagles sides to the three levels of age-grade All-Americans – there will be two National Tracking Camps held Sunday, Oct. 18, for athletes 18 years of age and older.
09/14Sports compression wear leader SKINS has partnered with USA Rugby, the national governing body for the sport of rugby in America, as an official supplier of compression product. Through this partnership, SKINS will provide USA Rugby men’s and women’s national teams with compression garments for training, travel and recovery.
08/17Creating an elite environment for players to grow and compete at the international level continued last week for the Women’s Eagles at the second National All-Start Competition (NASC).
07/24The Rugby Football Union (RFU) will help grow rugby commercially in the United States after becoming a minority shareholder and strategic partner in USA Rugby’s new commercial subsidiary, Rugby International Marketing (RIM).
07/05Despite a close first half, the Women’s Eagles could not keep up with the pace of New Zealand, falling, 47-14, in the final match of the Women’s Rugby Super Series.
09/16USA Rugby announced Wednesday former Eagle Jules McCoy will lead the Women’s Eagles Sevens into the Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games.
08/03This article is part of the USA Women's Eagles blog. All entries are written exclusively by the members of the women's national team.
This article is part of the USA Women's Eagles blog. All entries are written exclusively by the members of the women's national team.
04/08This article is part of the USA Women's Eagles blog. All entries are written exclusively by members of the women's national team.