There are several types of Rugby to suit all individuals.
15s, or XVs as it is also known, is the traditional full-contact and most common form of Rugby. Each team has 15 players in dedicated positions with specific roles. The 15s format is suited to people of all shapes and sizes, with specialist positions suiting certain athletic profiles.
Fast, fun and exciting – perfect for newbies
Rugby 7s is incredibly exciting and fun to play! It is a contact form of the sport, where teams have 7 players on the pitch at a time. The focus is on speed, skill, passing and fitness.
Touch Rugby is a fast, fun and safe non-contact variation of Rugby 7s. Touch Rugby is for everyone, no matter your age, skill level, ability or previous experience! Playing Touch Rugby is super sociable and a great way to learn the basics of Rugby. It is an ideal format for newbies and juniors!
You’re never too old for Rugby!
Masters Rugby is a social form of contact Rugby traditionally played by players 35+ years or older. Masters is for those who maybe cannot train or play as hard as they want to!
To learn more about the different formats of Rugby, visit the Join The Game section.