Youth

Rookie Rugby is the US brand of flag rugby. Rookie Rugby is a safe, non-contact, easy to play game for both boys and girls of all ages! It is played in schools, parks and recreation leagues, and community organizations across the country. The rookie rugby rules are simple, the game is easy to learn, and minimal equipment is required.

Our Rookie Rugby curriculum satisfies the National Standards for Physical Education as outlined by the National Association of Sport and Physical Education (NASPE).

Kids are four times more likely to play a sport if they play it in P.E. classes and after-school programs first. Because of this we want to see a flag rugby unit taught in every community based programs in the area! Contact your Athletics Director, Principal or PE teacher for more information.

This exciting, fast-paced activity will have kids moving and having fun in no time! Rookie Rugby satisfies the National Standards for Physical Education as outlined by the National Association of Sport and Physical Education (NASPE).​​

For a more in depth look at the rules and flow of the game check out our Rookie Rugby Guidebook & Manual here:
Download the pdf here.

See www.AzRugbyAcademy.com for after school programs.
We are in a very unique position to provide future rising stars with a life-changing experience through rugby. Try on Rugby & Rookie Rugby initiatives have put together start-up materials and an extensive curriculum that introduces aspects of rugby, fitness and nutrition, and life skills for all under the age of 18. Everything is easy to implement and guaranteed to get student athletes up and moving!

Level 100 - Flag Rookie Rugby (grades 1-8) Co-ed
In 2009, USA Rugby launched Rookie Rugby, a non-contact version of the sport that is safe for kids of all ages. Rookie Rugby has been enormously successful, reaching over 350,000 youth players in 2010 alone.
Rookie Rugby 7s introduces contact and builds on the skills and game play concepts that should be mastered in Rookie Rugby such as the basics of catching, passing, running with the ball, and general game play concepts.

Level 200 - Contact rugby (grades 6-12) Boys or Girls
Teaches; Long-term player development, Physical Conditioning, Principles of play, Open field play, Cool down & recovery.

The High School All-Americans are the best Junior Varsity (U16) and Varsity (U18) male rugby players from across the country, and compete as both 15s and Sevens squads.
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