Each Girls Rugby program focuses on helping every girl lead and succeed by focusing on teaching positive core values and life skills through non-contact, flag rugby. Flag Rugby is a fun, all-inclusive way to introduce young girls to the fundamental skills of rugby with a big emphasis on having fun! No experience is needed to play and all are welcome to come try it out! Flag Rugby substitutes a traditional “tackle” with a flag pull and is perfect for new or experienced players!
Girls Rugby will be offering leagues and camps based in and around Cincinnati. Check out the information below on the closest team/league to you! Don’t see one nearby? Contact us about getting one set up!
WHEN ARE THE LEAGUES?
All leagues will run for 7 weeks and consist of one day for practice and one day for games each week. Families can expect their daughters to learn new skills each week that will be applied during game days. The final game day will be a Girls Rugby Family-Daughter Day which will welcome all family members to get active and celebrate the season with their Girls Rugby Family.
WHEN ARE PRACTICES AND GAMES?
Teams will practice 1 weeknight per week for 1-2 hours and have game days typically on a weekend day (location specific) for 2 hours. Practice day and time will vary based on location (scroll down to see specific dates/times based on team location).
WHO CAN PLAY?
Girls in grades 2-8. Girls will participate in different age groups split up as 2-4, 5-6, and 7-8. First graders permitted on a case by case basis.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE COST?
Costs of the season include programming for 7 weeks led by Girls Rugby staff, access to qualified coaches and referees for practices and games, Girls Rugby Membership, liability insurance, a copy of My Rugby Playbook, and an official Girls Rugby Ball. New players will also receive Jerseys (home and away), Shorts and Socks.
GIRLS RUGBY CINCINNATI 2022 PREVIEW
Girls Rugby Cincinnati will take a break for the spring 2022 season and come back with summer camp programming and a fall 2022 season. Stay tuned for more information! Sign up below for our newsletter to get all of the latest Girls Rugby news!