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General Information about Girls HS Rugby in Springfield

High School Girls Rugby Fall 2021 Practices Start August 9th

High School Girls Rugby is in Springfield! Outside the Springfield School District? That's ok! This is a club team open to all area girls ages 14+ regardless of prior athletic experience. Join us at practice and see what it's all about! 

When: Practices on Monday and Thursdays starting August 9th, 6:30pm

Where: Springfield Rugby Football Club Pitch,

7294 W. Farm Rd. 144,  Springfield,  MO 65802

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Girls Rugby in Missouri

All high school and youth rugby in Missouri is overseen by the Missouri Youth Rugby State Based Organization (SRO), MY Rugby. 

To encourage growth of the game, high school girls play the 7s format of the game. The season takes place in the fall with several one day tournaments being played throughout September and October. The state champion is crowned in early November. 

This is an exciting time in USA Rugby. Every year more colleges add rugby as a varsity sport complete with scholarships. Springfield's own Drury University is adding school supported rugby programs for both men and women. 

As coaches, our main focus is to make sure we teach the girls to play the game safely and to give them an opportunity to succeed both on and off the pitch. 

Rugby's Values

World Rugby has set out a list of core values aimed at preserving rugby's unique character and ethos both on and off the field.  


Integrity is central to the fabric of the game and is generated through honesty and fair play.


Rugby people have a passionate enthusiasm for the game. Rugby generates excitement, emotional attachment and a sense of belonging to the global rugby family.


Rugby provides a unifying spirit that leads to life-long friendships, camaraderie, teamwork, and loyalty which transcends cultural, geographic, political and religious differences.


Discipline is an integral part of the game both on and aoff the field and is reflected through adherence to the laws, the regulations and rugby's core values.


Respect for teammates, opponents, match officials, and those involved in the game is paramount.



Each Saturday is a 7s style tournament with 3-4 matches player per team.  Points earned during the first 4 tournaments create the seeding bracket for the final State Championship tournament.

Saturday     September 11             Times and Location TBD

Saturday     September 18             Times and Location TBD

Saturday     October 2                      @    Nodaway County, MO

Saturday     October 16                   Times and Location TBD

​Saturday     October 30                   MO Girl's State Championship Tournament                Times and Location TBD