FloRugby Weekly Watch Guide

This weekend on FloRugby, American subscribers can watch both the Wales vs Barbarians game on Saturday at 9:45 am (ET), and the New York 7s all day Saturday!

Subscribers in France, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rice, Uruguay and Venezuela can also watch all seven of the Guinness PRO14 games Friday and Saturday!

New York 7s

Saturday, Nov 30th - All Day

New York 7s is one of the biggest single-day 7s tournaments in the world, with more than 140 teams set to compete across 12 divisions. 

The tournament brings together boys and girls high school, men's and women's social, club, and premier sides, as well as men's and women's collegiate teams. 

Teams will be coming in from all over the continent, with a host of Canadian teams filling out a big chunk of the brackets. 

It's going to be exciting, it's going to be fun, and it's going to be all on FloRugby! Tune in November 30th!

Wales vs Barbarians

Saturday, Nov 30th - 9:45 am (ET)

The first game in the post-Warren Gatland era for Wales is this Saturday when they take on the Barbarians, coached by Gatland himself. 


New Wales boss Wayne Pivac has some huge shoes to fill, but he's got the goods to do it, having led PRO14 side Scarlets to their first ever title in 2016. 

The Barbarians will be finishing off their three-game autumn tour on Saturday. They took on Fiji in a wild game at Twickenham, before heading to Brazil, where they played another fun one against the South Americans. 

They'll now face their stiffest test when they head to Wales to take on the 2019 World Cup semifinalists. 

It could be Warren Gatland's last time to coach at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, so expect to see the legend of Welsh rugby receive a heartfelt send-off from the passionate fans. 

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5 Things To Get Excited About This Weekend

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Here are five big things going on across the World Rugby landscape this weekend:

Great Day 1 Has The Eagles In The World Schools 7s Quarters

The U-18 Eagles were mighty impressive on Thursday at the World Schools 7s, competing hard against the defending champion New Zealand Condors, and then putting wins over Rugby Academy Fiji and Australia Indigenous 7s. 

Texas, Pacific Northwest Dominate All Star Challenges

This past weekend, eight women's teams competed in the TRU All Star Challenge. Over 140 women participated in the tournament, as well as a player-development clinic put on by USA Eagles head coach Rob Cain. 

Watch: World School 7s on FloRugby

Tune in tomorrow and Friday to see some of the best young talent in the United States and Canada take on the the top nations in the world at the World School's 7s tournament in New Zealand. 

Men's Collegiate Championships Dream Team

This past weekend we saw a bunch of high quality rugby players compete at the USA Rugby Fall Collegiate Championships. 

Iowa Central Claim 1st Ever DI-AA Title

On Sunday morning in sunny Charlotte, NC, Iowa Central Community College completed a journey five years in the making by defeating Western Michigan in the DIAA national championship, 36-21.

Air Force Women Are Back-to-Back Champs

In what might have been the hardest-hitting game of the weekend, Air Force held off a determined Navy team to win their second straight national title. 

Redemption & National Title For Winona State

Winona State fought through two extremely tough games to become the 2019 DII National Champions. 

Queens Dominate To Win National Title

Queens were simply ruthless over the weekend, as they put in two dominant displays en route to winning their first ever national championship just two-and-a-half years into their existence. 

Men's DII Collegiate Semifinal Preview

The men's DII collegiate field will be trimmed from its last four teams to its last two on Saturday, when Wisconsin-Whitewater, Missouri S&T, Norwich University, and Queens University compete in the DII semifinals.