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Bingham Cup excitment, set to music

Written by a member of the San Francisco Fog, "Bingham Year" is a song commemorating the heroism of Mark Bingham and the biennial rugby tournament that honors him.


Bingham, who played championship rugby for UC-Berkeley in the 1990s, died on September 11, 2001 aboard United flight 93. He joined the Fog in its first year of existence, helping teach and inspire a small group of dedicated rugby novices that founded the club in 2000.

After Mark's death, the Fog created the first Bingham Cup tournament to honor him. Since then the competition has grown to include dozens of teams from around the globe, making it the largest amateur rugby event in the world.

The 2008 event will be held in Dublin, Ireland this summer, the latest in a line of host-cities that includes New York City in 2006, London in 2004, and San Francisco in 2002.

"Team, Family, Fog" on FogTV

Video of the Fog Men side versus the Petaluma Leghorns on Saturday, March 29, 2008, as shown on our FogTV YouTube channel:

Happy Holidays from Fog Rugby

The San Francisco Fog Rugby Football Club extends its wishes for a wonderful holiday season to the members of the International Gay Rugby Association & Board (IGRAB), the Northern California Rugby Football Union, and to the worldwide rugby community and beyond.

Balls Out Ball 2007 - Thank You!!

The San Francisco Fog Rugby Football Club wishes to thank everyone who came out to enjoy a magnificent night at Balls Out Ball 2007, our annual fundraiser to help subsidize travel costs for the club to attend the bi-annual Mark Kendall Bingham Cup Tournament & Festival.