EAGLE RUGBY ABQ
Brotherhood, Inclusiveness and Physicality
Give it a try!
Future you will thank you.
The Albuquerque Eagle Rugby team plays in the New Mexico High School competition every Spring. From players completely new to the game to those who have come up through the younger grades, the Albuquerque Eagle's have the coaching staff to build the skills all players need to enjoy this beautiful game, building on talent and tenacity while playing competitively and safely. There is a position in rugby for everyone: short/tall, fast/slow, thin/not-thin, smart/smarter and everything in between. To learn more, get in touch with Head Coach Jim Domina at email@example.com.
Give it a Try
An Olympic Sport
Come along to an off-season touch rugby game (family friendly, non-contact, similar to flag football).
Every Saturday 10am till Noon at Eisenhower Middle School
Ready to learn more?
Rugby is the precursor of American football and has been played in the United States since about 1870.
American football, as well as basketball, owes many of its characteristics to rugby. In fact, basketball was invented by James Naismith as an indoor alternative to Rugby when the New England winters required an indoor game.
Similarly, American football evolved with many of the same principles, strategies and tactics as Rugby. However, there are several obvious differences. Rugby is played at a fast pace, with few stoppages and continuous possession changes. All players on the field, regardless of position, can run, pass, kick and catch the ball. Likewise, all players must also be able to tackle and defend, making each position both offensive and defensive in nature.
Or get in contact with Head Coach Jim Domina at firstname.lastname@example.org
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