Fog Men vs. Shasta - Jan 30

The Fog Men travel to Redding this Saturday, January 30, to face the Shasta Highlanders. Their last meeting — the Bingham Stein Memorial Match on December 12 — resulted in a 50-5 victory for the Fog.

The game is scheduled for 1pm at Foothill High School. Directions to the pitch are posted below.


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Fog Friday Beer Bust! - Jan 22 @ 6pm

This Friday, January 22, join the men and women of Fog Rugby at the LookOut Bar in the Castro to enjoy all the Budweiser beer you can drink from 6pm to 9:30pm for only $10!

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.

Come on out, unwind after a hard work-week, and enjoy a beer with the men and women of Fog Rugby.

Place: LookOut Bar (corner of 16th and Market Streets, San Francisco)
Date: Friday, January 22
Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Fog Men vs. Mendocino - Jan 16

The Fog Men will try to capitalize on the momentum of last week’s victory as they face Mendocino Steam Donkeys this Saturday, January 16, on Treasure Island.

Last Saturday the Fog pleased crowds with a narrow 23-21 win over Berkeley in their first game of the 2010 NCRFU league season.

This Saturday’s game schedule is as follows:

Match 1: Berkeley A vs. Aptos - 11:30 am kick-off
Match 2: Fog B vs. Berkeley B/Aptos - 1:00 pm kick-off
Match 3: Fog A vs. Mendocino - 2:30 pm kick-off

Fog Men's season opener this Saturday

Need some inspiration to help you stick to your new year’s resolutions of getting in shape? Start the year off right by coming out to support Fog Rugby in their season opener.

The Fog Men face Berkeley this Saturday, Jan 9, in their first Northern California Rugby Football Union (NCRFU) Division III match of the 2010 season.

The A-side match kicks off at 1pm at the Fog Rugby Pitch, with a B-side match to follow at 2:30pm.

Rugby star Gareth Thomas comes out as gay

Gareth Thomas

Former international rugby star Gareth Thomas became the first openly gay top-level rugby player after coming out in an interview with British newspaper The Daily Mail.

The 35-year-old Thomas, Wales’ most-capped player after appearing in 100 tests*, retired from internationals after the 2007 World Cup, but still plays for Welsh provincial side Cardiff Blues.

Read more about Gareth Thomas coming out in CNN and WalesOnline.

* Translation: Thomas was a member of the Welsh national team on 100 occasions against other teams in international competition.