The San Francisco Fog is playing touch rugby at Ocean Beach this Saturday from 11am until 1pm-2pm. Whether you’re new to the sport, looking for something fun to do, and/or wanting to get in some fitness, make sure to come out and join us!
You can find us at the most Northern point of Ocean Beach near the Cliff House and the Great Highway-Balboa intersection. See the Google Maps below for specific location.
The San Francisco Fog RFC is pleased and honored to announce that we will host two prestigious national rugby tournaments later this year.
First up is the Women’s Sevens National Invitational Tournament, slated for August 14-16, 2009. Held on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay, the Women’s Sevens Nationals brings together sixteen teams to determine which is the best women’s 7s side in the country.
Dana Creager, fresh from the USA national team, will coordinate the invitations and seedings of the Sevens tourney. The event coincides with the Men’s USA National Seven’s Championship, which will be hosted by San Francisco Golden Gate RFC.
Then, on November 6-8, 2009, the same Treasure Island location will be host to the USA Rugby Women’s Club Championships. It’s here that the 2009 national women’s champions in Super League, Division I, and Division II will be determined.
The pitches of the Gaelic Athletic Association will serve as the venue for both events, with Fog Rugby’s own Job Corp Field in service as a warmup and practice pitch.
Wear your favorite team’s rugby jersey and receive a discount on your pitcher of beer! (Actually, that’ll work with any rugby jersey…so break ‘em out boys!)
Rugby School House aims to invite a weekly gathering of ruggers, friends, and fans of “the game they play in heaven” to unwind, watch some rugby together, talk about the game, drink and be merry, and raise awareness about some of Fog Rugby’s favorite charities.
Jock Sundays at LOOKOUT is a weekly Sunday 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.
Lookout is located at 3600 16th St (corner of Market & Noe). More info at their website.
The Storm was founded in July 2004. Eight players and a wayward one-day coach from San Francisco were there at the very start. Since then, the Storm have progressed into a well-respected club in the challenging Arizona Rugby Football Union. The Storm had strong showings in both the New York and Dublin Bingham Cups and often host and travel to other IGRAB teams. Hip hip hooray, Storm Rugby!