FAQ

1) What is rugby?

Rugby is a contact team sport originated in England in the first half of the 19th century. The sport is based on running with the ball in hand. In its most common form, a game is between two teams of 15 players using an oval-shaped ball on a rectangular field with H-shaped goalposts on each try line. Rugby, also known as the "sport for all sizes" is an inclusive sport with positions suited to different body types.

 

2) What is rugby 7s?

7 player teams, with 7 minute halves - fewer players on the pitch means a faster match!

Rugby 7s or Rugby Sevens has quickly risen in popularity, especially after its recent inclusion as an Olympic Sport. Canada women's national sevens rugby team won bronze at the 2016 Summer Olympics; and both the women's and men's national sevens rugby teams won gold at 2015 Pan American Games.

Corporate 7s is a non-contact version of rugby 7s, using flags.

3) Who can register a team?

Teams are co-ed and can have up to 12 players, so we recommend a department or organization register a team. Smaller firms and organizations can band together with clients, partners, or friends.

 

4) What if I don't have a team?

You can still play! You can register as an individual and we will match you with other individual players.

 

 

 
 
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5) Do we need to know how to play rugby?

No, but it helps to know the rules and if a few players on your team are familiar with the game.

 

6) How competitive is this tournament?

As competitive as you like! We have different divisions based on your level of experience and appetite for competition. 

 

7) How do I participate?

You can register a team here

Teams will be assigned to brackets reflecting their industry. Each team will play a minimum of 3 games.