Women’s & Girls' Rugby
Three ways to play Rugby
15-a-side Rugby is the traditional format of the game and is run in clubs and schools right across Australia between February and September.
Rugby 7s is one of the fastest growing sports in the world as it’s a fun and fast game played in clubs and schools all year round.
Touch 7s is the non-contact version of the game that can be played with people of all ages. It’s big on social and light on competitiveness.
More and more females are taking up coaching roles in Rugby and loving it. Rugby clubs are often looking for new coaches to help out with all different age groups and formats.
Referees play a crucial role on the field and still get to have a bunch of fun and keep active. Rugby Clubs and tournament organisers are always on the hunt for new match officials so now is a great time to sign up!
There’s no greater feeling than volunteering your time to a local community. Our Rugby clubs rely heavily on volunteers and are always looking for people willing to put their hand up.
Women's Rugby Plan
Our Women’s Rugby plan has been produced off the back of Rugby Australia’s strategy, aiming to capture key elements of Women’s Rugby across the four major ambitions of: Participation, Performance, Promotion and Profitability.
Women in Rugby Leadership Program
The Rugby Australia, Women in Rugby Leadership Program has been developed to create capacity and capability with the rugby landscape and to increase female participation at all levels of the game.
“We’re proud to have thousands of women and girls' involved in our game across all levels and roles, allowing endless opportunities to get involved and be part of our Rugby family.”