What Is Rugby Sevens & How Did It Get Started?
May 27, 2020
Somewhere, someday, somebody in 19th century thought to themselves, "Hmm, rugby would be a lot cooler if there were less players and more space to work with." The solution to this pondering was the invention of rugby sevens, which as the name would suggest, involves two teams of sevens playing on the same size pitch as a standard rugby game.
Rugby Rules 101: The Scrum
May 5, 2020
What does it mean when someone throws around the terms "lineout" or "scrum"? And no, a scrum is not when a mosh pit of football or basketball players fight for a loose ball. These are specific rugby terms, and they refer to what are known as "set pieces" in a rugby game.
Rugby vs Football: Which Is More Dangerous?
May 5, 2020
As far as team sports go, rugby and football are probably the two most physical when it comes to collisions and impact on the body. While both games have implemented rules over the years to make play safer, there is still an inherit risk we take every time we step onto the field to play either rugby or football.
Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition
May 2, 2020
PLAY Sports Coalition Press Release
Rugby Rules 101: Field Size, Scoring, & Time Keeping
Apr 24, 2020
So you may have heard of rugby, seen it on TV once or twice, or maybe seen some folks playing at a local field or park, but you really have no idea how it's played or what any of the rules are.
FloRugby's Top 5 Games Of The Past 365 Days
Mar 20, 2020
Before all this coronavirus madness, there was a time where, believe it or not, actual rugby was played by actual people.