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Rugby 101 - Saturday, June 20

Interested in learning the basics of rugby in a fun, no-pressure atmosphere?

Join us on Saturday, June 20th for a full day of rugby instruction, fun, camaraderie, and a BBQ with beer and great food and folks.

No experience is necessary — we’ll teach you everything you need to know. And men and women of all shapes and sizes are welcome!

You will learn basics of rugby:

  • rugby laws
  • tossing and catching the ball
  • painless tackling with less effort
  • forming rucks and mauls
  • line outs
  • scrums
  • rugby songs

The Clinic starts at 11:00am (sharp!) on Treasure Island at the Fog Rugby pitch (near the intersection of 9th St and Ave D).

Note: Participants must be 18 years or older to participate in this Rugby 101, but please feel free to contact us about our Youth Rugby program.

Fog Hosts Rugby 101 Clinic - Sat, Oct 4

The San Francisco Fog will be hosting it’s Fall Rugby 101 Clinic on Saturday, October 4, 2008.

Come out and learn the sport that’s known as a hooligan’s game played by gentlemen—and ladies too! The Fog’s Rugby 101 clinic provides an excellent opportunity for newcomers to discover rugby and learn more about one of the most dynamic sports clubs in the Bay Area. At the end of the clinic, participants will get a chance to apply their newfound knowledge of rucks, mauls, scrums, tries and line-outs in a friendly scrimmage.

Make sure to get to the clinic by 9am to give yourself some time to suit up and meet our players. The Rugby 101 Clinic will be from 10am to 12pm at Treasure Island on the corner of Avenue H & 9th Street.

Also make sure to bring the following with you to our clinic:

  • Rugby boots (soccer/baseball cleats are OK)
  • Mouthguard
  • Knee-high socks
  • Shorts
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Lots of enthusiasm

Want to get a head start? More information about rugby — including our Rookie Primer and an equipment (kit) guide — can be found on the Rugby 101 page.

Make sure to stick around for a riveting match of rugby as the Fog Women square off against ORSU Rugby at 2pm in their official Pacific Coast Rugby Football Union league match!

Women's Rugby 101 Clinic - January 26

The San Francisco Fog will be hosting a Women’s Rugby 101 Clinic on Saturday, January 26, 2008.

Come out and learn the sport that’s known as a hooligan’s game played by gentlemen—and ladies too! The Fog’s Rugby 101 clinic provides an excellent opportunity for newcomers to discover rugby and learn more about one of the most dynamic sports clubs in the Bay Area. At the end of the clinic, participants will get a chance to apply their newfound knowledge of rucks, mauls, scrums, tries and line-outs in a friendly scrimmage.

Make sure to get to the clinic by 10am to give yourself some time to suit up and meet our players. The Rugby 101 Clinic will be from 11am to 1pm at Treasure Island on the corner of Avenue H & 9th Street.

Also make sure to bring the following with you to our clinic:

  • Rugby boots (soccer/baseball cleats are OK)
  • Mouthguard
  • Knee-high socks
  • Shorts
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Lots of enthusiasm

Want to get a headstart? More information about rugby — including our Rookie Primer and an equipment (kit) guide — can be found on the Rugby 101 page.

Rugby 101 Clinic - October 20, 2007

Come out this Saturday, October 20th, to learn the game described by some as a hooligan sport played by gentlemen. The SF Fog Rugby Football Club provides an excellent opportunity for newcomers to learn this amazing game and find out more about one of the most unique sports clubs in the Bay Area. At the end of the clinic, you will get the chance to apply your newfound knowledge of rucks, mauls, scrums, tries and line outs in a friendly scrimmage.

Make sure to get to the clinic by 10am to give yourself some time to suit up and meet our players. The Rugby 101 Clinic will be from 11am to 1pm at Treasure Island on the corner of Avenue H & 9th Street.

Also make sure to bring the following with you to our clinic:

  • Rugby boots (soccer/baseball cleats are OK)
  • Mouthguard
  • Knee-high socks
  • Shorts
  • Sunscreen
  • Water
  • Lots of enthusiasm

For more information about rugby, including our heralded Rookie Primer, the laws of rugby, and our equipment (kit) guide, visit our Rugby 101 page.