White Hot Christmas Bingo with Fog Rugby and the Sisters

Grab your beach towels (?!) on Wednesday, December 16 and celebrate the holidays with Fog Rugby at White HOT Christmas Bingo, a benefit for Tenderloin Tessie’s and the SFFD Local 798 Toy Drive presented by The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

In addition to feasting your eyes on a special performance by Fog ruggers, you can win big money at the games, haul home great prizes from the raffle, and show off your “holiday package” in the tropical swimsuit competition! Not your ordinary bingo…not your ordinary holiday…who knew winter could be this hot?! Learn more at www.sistersbingo.com.

Bring a new, unwrapped toy/gift (for infants to 12-year-olds) for the toy drive and get 10 free raffle tickets! They are especially looking for gifts for older children (sporting goods & bath/body products).

Place: Green Room at the War Memorial Building (401 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco)
Date: Wednesday, December 16
Time: 7:00pm to 10:00pm

Memorial matches - Dec 12, 2009

This Saturday, December 12, the Fog Men will host two matches honoring the memories of two larger-than-life rugby players.

The annual Bingham Stein match kicks off at 11:30am with the Fog Men’s A-Side facing off against the Redding Highlanders. The Bingham Stein is a symbol of the first meeting between the two teams, which took place a few weeks after September 11, 2001. Proposing that the match be played in honor of the Fog’s No. 8, Mark Bingham, who lost his life aboard United flight 93, the Highlanders furnished a commemorative beer stein that each year goes home with the winner.

At 1pm the Fog B-Side will play the San Jose Silverhawks in the Mike Sammon Memorial Game, held in honor of the late Mike Sammon, a long time member of the Seahawk rugby family and fixture in the South Bay rugby community for 26 years who passed away in 2006.

Both matches will take place at the Fog Rugby Pitch on Treasure Island.

Fog Men's and Women's matches this Saturday

Come out to Treasure Island this Saturday, December 5, for a day of exciting Fog Rugby matches!

The first kickoff is at 11am, with the Fog Women hosting the South Bay Sequoias in a friendly match.

The afternoon will see the Fog Men facing off against the University of Nevada, Reno. The A Side match kicks off at 1pm with the B Side match to follow.

All matches will take place at the Fog Rugby pitch on Treasure Island.

Double the Fog Rugby fun this weekend!


This weekend offers not one but two exciting opportunities to enjoy a good time with the men and women of Fog Rugby at the LookOut Bar in the Castro.

On Friday, November 20, join us for the Fog Friday Beer Bust where you’ll get all the Budweiser beer you can drink from 6pm to 9:30pm for only $8! Come on out, unwind after a hard work-week, and enjoy a beer with the men and women of Fog Rugby.

Fog Friday Beer Bust

Place: LookOut Bar (corner of 16th and Market Streets, San Francisco)
Date: Friday, November 20
Time: 6:00pm to 9:30pm

On Sunday, November 22, Fog Rugby is back again as the host of Jock Sunday, a weekly afternoon/early evening, high-energy jump fueled by a rotating cast of top name DJs. Packed every Sunday with hot, sweaty, jocular boys — and girls — Jock is all-star! The party starts at 3pm and there’s a suggested $2 donation at the door.

Jock Sunday

Place: LookOut Bar
Date: Sunday, November 22
Time: 3:00pm

Be sure to check out the selection of Fog Rugby T-shirts and hats on sale at both events. We’ll also be raffling off exciting prizes, so don’t miss out!

Groundbreaking ceremony held for Flight 93 memorial

Relatives of the victims of United Airlines flight 93 gathered at the plane’s crash site in western Pennsylvania today, taking part with in a groundbreaking ceremony for a memorial to honor the passengers who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. They were joined by Ken Salazar, US Secretary of the Interior.

Mark Bingham, an early member of the San Francisco Fog, was one of the 38 passengers on that flight. He was 31 years old at the time of the crash.