Come on out to cheer for the men of the San Francisco Fog this Saturday, February 21, as they take on the Vallejo RFC.
Note that the match is starting an hour earlier than usual, at 12 noon.
Place: Treasure Island on the corner of Avenue D & 9th Street
Date: Saturday, February 21
Time: Kickoff at 12 noon
Social to follow (around 3pm) at Lookout Bar.
This Friday, February 20, come out to the LookOut Bar in the Castro to enjoy all the Budweiser beer you can drink from 6pm to 9:30pm for only $8!
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.
Sign up for the Fog Friday Beer Bust on our Facebook Event page!
Place: LookOut Bar (corner of 16th and Market Streets, San Francisco)
Date: Friday, February 20
Time: 6:00pm to 9:30pm
This Saturday, February 7, the men of Fog Rugby head to Santa Cruz to face off against the Beach Dogs of Aptos RFC.
Place: Santa Cruz High School, 415 Walnut Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA (map/directions)
Date: Saturday, February 7
Time: Kickoff at 1pm
If you attended the Fog’s jell-o wrestling event last year, you know how much good, clean, artificially flavored fun was had by both the wrestlers and the audience.
What, you missed it? Then you definitely don’t want to skip this event: The women of Fog Rugby are joining the B.ay A.rea D.erby Girls for an evening of female mud-wrestling.
We can’t begin to guess who will come out on top. Will it be the roller derby gals or the lady ruggers? The only way to find out is to show up and support a good cause (the B.A.D.Girls themselves!).
When: Friday, February 6 - doors open 8pm
Where: Cell Space, 2050 Bryant St, SF
More info: Visit the B.A.D.Girls website
The San Francisco Fog today is cheering the entrance of the Ottawa Wolves RFC into the Eastern Ontario Rugby Union.
The Wolves are a newly formed gay rugby team in French-speaking Canada. The club’s president, Carl Pilon (Angry Carl Jr.), played with us over the past few years when he was living in San Francisco. He credits that experience as the inspiration for founding the Wolves.
In their first season the Wolves will play seven exhibition games against other teams in their union. We cheer their entrance into the EORU and wish them continued success.