Our national sport doesn’t need any introduction.Grab some friends and have a kick around or pass, or find a team to play for and join the many other girls that play already. If you’re wanting something faster try 7s or 10s.
Not into contact? No problem! Have a go at rippa or quick rip to avoid the roughness.
Why is it good for me?
Besides the physical aspects of where you can improve fitness, physical strength and ball skills, there is off the field aspects of rugby that are also great. Socialising and team bonding are a massive part of the sport and can help boost confidence and most definitely lead to long lasting friendships.
How much will it cost me?
Playing for a club will have a membership fee that will vary club to club, best contact your local club to find out more information on how much playing club rugby will cost.
If your school has team then this may be a cheap way to start playing.
Not into playing competitively? Rock on up to any large open space and have a kick or pass round with friends and family.
What do I need to start?
A rugby ball is all you need to have muck around whether that is by yourself to improve skills or with friends and family to have fun.
To start playing you’ll need boots, a mouth guard and a team to play for and with.