Fog Saturday Beer Bust at Lone Star Saloon! - July 3 @ 3pm

On Saturday, July 3, join the men and women of Fog Rugby at the Lone Star Saloon in SOMA to enjoy all the beer you can drink from 3pm to 7pm for only $9 (hot ruggers included!).

We’ll also be selling Fog Rugby merchandise and raffling off exciting prizes throughout the afternoon.

Place: Lone Star Saloon (1354 Harrison Street, San Francisco)
Date: Saturday, July 3
Time: 3:00pm to 7:00pm

Fog Friday at Lone Star Saloon! - July 2 @ 6pm

On Friday, July 2, come kick off your Independence Day weekend with the men and women of Fog Rugby at the Lone Star Saloon in SOMA. Enjoy cheap drinks and the company of hot ruggers. All sales between the hours of 6pm and 10pm benefit Fog Rugby.

Be sure to check out the selection of Fog Rugby T-shirts and hats on sale that night. We’ll also be raffling off exciting prizes throughout the evening.

Place: Lone Star Saloon (1354 Harrison Street, San Francisco)
Date: Friday, July 2
Time: 6:00pm to 10:00pm

Fog Friday at Lone Star Saloon! - June 25 @ 6pm

On Friday, June 25, come kick off Pride weekend with the men and women of Fog Rugby at the Lone Star Saloon in SOMA. Start your fun off right with some good company, cheap drinks, and rugby viewing on the TV screen as Fog Rugby welcomes our men back home from their heroic efforts at Bingham Cup® 2010 in Minneapolis.

Be sure to check out the selection of Fog Rugby T-shirts and hats on sale that night. We’ll also be raffling off exciting prizes throughout the evening.

Place: Lone Star Saloon (1354 Harrison Street, San Francisco)
Date: Friday, June 25
Time: 6:00pm to 10:00pm

Fog men at Bingham Cup 2010 - Final results

FOG HOLD THEIR HEADS HIGH AT THE 2010 MINNEAPOLIS TOURNAMENT

The San Francisco Fog played its best rugby on the last day of the 2010 Bingham Cup tournament, leaving everything on the pitch in its three contested matches, as the Fog A side reached the semi-final round in the Cup bracket, while the Fog B side advanced to the championship match in the Shield Bracket, the B side’s highest standing in the Bingham Cup tournament in the club’s history. Of special note, the Fog club collectively executed arguably its best defense in the history of the Bingham Cup tournament, as only two tries were scored against both sides throughout the three-day tournament, with the Fog A side never allowing a try in all of its matches.

SHIELD BRACKET - Semi Finals
SF Fog B Side 15, Atlanta Bucks 0

The Fog B side set the tone of the day for the club, playing tremendous rugby and never looking back while scoring three tries throughout the match en route to a stellar victory that placed the Fog in the championship match.

CUP BRACKET - Semi Finals
SF Fog A Side 0, Sydney Convicts 3

The storied rivalry between the Convicts and the Fog at the Bingham Cup continued in the semi-final round of the Cup bracket, as the A sides of both clubs squared off against each other for the third time in history. The match proved to be a nail-biter, as each team executed flawless rugby and in particular elevated their defensive efforts. With both teams scoreless at halftime, Sydney prevailed with a lone penalty kick in the second half to edge out the Fog in a match that could have gone either way.

PLATE BRACKET - Semi Finals
SF Fog B Side 0, Dublin Emerald Warriors 17

Moving to the championship pitch at the Bingham Cup, the San Francisco Fog’s B Side held their own and never made it easy for the previous tournament hosts Dublin Emerald Warriors in playing for the Bingham Shield, as Dublin forged ahead towards the end of the match as the eventual champions.

The New York Gotham Knights A Side won the Cup Bracket against the Sydney Convicts by a final score of 18 to 15. It was a closely fought battle with three lead changes throughout the match, and in the final seconds, Sydney missed a penalty kick that would have sent the match into overtime had it been made. Other winners of the tournament included the Los Angeles Rebellion (Bingham Plate), Sydney Convicts B Side (Bingham Bowl), Dublin Emerald Warriors (Bingham Shield), Phoenix Storm (Alice Hoagland Crest) and Seattle Quake B Side (Bingham Spoon). Members from over 30 different rugby clubs from around the world (North America, Eurpoe, Australia) attended the well-executed tournament, which was fantastically hosted by the Minneapolis Mayhem Rugby Football Club.

Fog men at Bingham Cup 2010 - Day 2

FOG RUGBY CONTINUES STRONG PACE ON DAY 2

The second day of the three-day Bingham Cup® tournament was graced with ideal rugby weather of overcast clouds and cooler temperatures. The Fog remained formidable with three wins in four matches, achieving a perfect record in pool play by both the A and B sides — a first for Fog Rugby at Bingham.

SF Fog B Side 26 - New York Gotham Knights B Side 0

The Fog’s B side ended their pool play competition with precision rugby among the forward pack and back line amidst tough competition from the Gotham Knights B side. The victory resulted in a perfect pool play record of three wins, a first for the Fog’s ever-improving B side.

SF Fog A Side 14 - Los Angeles Rebellion 3

The Fog’s A side started their day against local rivals Los Angeles Rebellion, as both squads duked it out throughout the match. The Rebellion scored quickly with a penalty kick and the Fog answered back with a forward try to end the half and an additional try to seal the match.

Bowl/Shield Bracket
SF Fog 2nd Side 0 - Chicago Dragons 8

Facing upper tier competition for the first time in the tournament and little room for error, the Fog B side played their hearts out and never made it easy for Chicago, finally relenting to a very hard-fought try and penalty kick by the Dragons.

Cup/Plate Bracket
SF Fog 1st Side 56 - Dallas Diablos 0

The Fog A side continued its consistent execution and showcased its depth, as the forward pack continued to grind it out and the back line erupted for numerous breakaways against the Dallas Diablos.