Frequently Asked QuestionsI've never played rugby, can I still get involved?
Yes. We welcome players of all ages and abilities.
If you are interested in learning how to play full contact Rugby then we have a team who practice twice per week and play regular matches in the local Swiss league.
We have an active non-contact tag rugby section for those players who want to try tag rugby and have some fun in a friendly, social environment.
Even if you don’t want to play the Club is always looking for volunteers to help organise events, administration and assist with training sessions. Please contact a member of the Committee to find out how you can contribute to the success of our rugby club.Is there a women's section?
No. There is no dedicated women’s section yet. Ladies are welcome to join the non-contact tag rugby sessions on a Tuesday night at Grand Pre, Blonay.My child doesn't have a licence, can he still play in the tournaments?
No. A junior rugby licence is required to play in tournaments in Switzerland. Our Junior membership fees include the costs of the annual Swiss rugby licence.
When you register your child as a junior member, you will need to complete the necessary licence forms, provide a passport sized photo and a copy of a valid identification document (passport. identity card etc.).When are the training sessions?
2014 Junior Training starts on Saturday 29 March and runs until mid-October.
Saturday mornings from 0900-1245 depending on the age category. Grand Pré in Blonay.
Tuesday afternoons: 1730-1830 for the u12-u16 age categories. Grand Pré, Blonay.
Tag Rugby – From the end of March until the end of October:
Tuesday evenings 1900-2030. Grand Pré, Blonay.
Monday evenings 1900-2100, Grand Pré, Blonay.
Wednesday Evenings 1900-2100, Rue de la Bougne, 1607, Palézieux Village.
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Please contact a member of the Riviera Rugby Committee if you have any other questions.
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