In 2017, Raleigh Rugby welcomed the first season for the Triangle’s only high school girls rugby team, the Raleigh Cobras. As the only club in North Carolina with a nationally ranked Division 1 Women’s team, Raleigh’s middle and high school girls programs benefit from working with female coaches that have played high caliber rugby at a national level. The team will have the unique opportunity to work directly with some of Raleigh’s Women’s players at instructional camps and various other events.
Whether just getting started or looking for an opportunity to showcase skills and play in college, players of all skill levels are welcome to join us at any point during the season. As one of the premiere rugby clubs in the triangle, Raleigh Rugby boasts its own, gorgeous, Bermuda grass facilities, and a family of other teams to help groom you into the best rugby player you can be. Join the movement and be a part of the fastest growing sport in the U.S.
FREE YOUTH RUGBY CLINICS
Fall ’18/Spring ’19 Information
Tuesdays, 6:30-8:15 PM,
Sept. 4th through Oct. 30th
Pre-season practices give girls who don’t have other Fall activities the opportunity to continue to develop their skills during the off-season, and get geared up for the upcoming 15s season.
15s Season Practices:
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 630-8:15 PM,
Nov. 27th through End of May 2019
Holiday breaks will be communicated during season.
Player Registration & Dues:
- All returning and new players must register through our website prior to practicing
- 15s Season dues are $250 total. Dues may be paid through our website. This will cover your player through July of 2019 as well as include CIPP registration and liability with USA Rugby. If you have trouble paying, please reach out to your coach or youth director to make arrangements. Full and partial scholarships are available to those in need.
Players will need black rugby shorts, soccer/rugby cleats, mouth guard, and a warm-up shirt. Discount gear and warm-up shirt that can purchased here
Schedule will be updated as soon as it’s received.