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Connect to the history of the game and celebrate its legacy with our USA Rugby Heritage 1991 World Cup Jersey. We’re especially delighted to partner with USA Rugby on a limited line of the winning team’s historic jerseys, replicating the iconic women’s rugby shirt with pride and respect.
Australia’s Jillaroos were unassailable at the 2021 Women’s Rugby League World Cup final, decisively beating New Zealand’s Kiwi Ferns 54-4 at Old Trafford. Read more here.
As an easy start for better performance, aim to get 100 recovery points a day during high training periods, and especially after game day. Learn more about why recovery is important for every rugby player, and how you can recover like the pros.
The Women’s Premier League (WPL) and Ruggette RFC have announced a new partnership that will culminate at the 2022 WPL National Championship, June 24-26 in Lemont, Ill. The two women’s rugby entities are collaborating on apparel that places its athletes at the center of the creative and design process.
No Woman, No Try is an hour-long documentary now streaming on Amazon Prime Sport, pays homage to women's rugby through its thoughtful, charismatic cast, which includes Ruggette RFC founder Stef Evans.
For Wales, these past 12 months have marked programmatic lows, followed by historic firsts, and the 2022 women’s rugby Six Nations championship will reflect the impact of important changes made in-house. Read more about the Wales women's rugby team here.
Italy returns to the women’s rugby Six Nations championship as the fourth-place team, but the Azzurre is eager to showcase the gains it has made since spring 2021. Read more about the Italy women's rugby team here.
England is the women’s rugby Six Nations three-time reigning champion, and the Red Roses have only fortified their ranks since hoisting the 2021 trophy. Read more about the team here.
The women’s rugby Six Nations championship begins this weekend, and France is looking to extend the country’s current jubilation into the spring. Read more about the tournament and France's story here.
The Women’s Six Nations is an international rugby union competition which takes place each year. For the first time ever, the tournament has a title sponsor - making it officially the TikTok Women's Six Nations. Learn more about the competition and its history here.
It began with a 5th place finish at the 2021 women’s rugby Six Nations tournament, and ended with a berth to the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. Now, it’s time for Scotland to funnel all of that good energy into the TikTok Women’s Six Nations Championship, which begins March 26, 2022.
The annual women’s rugby Six Nations Championship begins March 26, 2022, and Ireland enters the TikTok-sponsored tournament with stakes that differ from its European counterparts. The Irish did not qualify for the Rugby World Cup later this year, and a reckoning followed. Read more about their 2022 6 Nations Squad here.
How do rugby players stay warm when temperatures are freezing, it’s probably raining, and you’re bound to be tackling people into the frost?” Well, we’ve got some answers for you. Will they make warm weather come sooner? No, but they will make your life a bit easier. Read on for our 5 tips for surviving winter rugby training (hint: it’s more than just wearing your favorite women’s rugby hoodies, although that doesn’t hurt)
Rugby sevens is a version of rugby union which differs from the standard fifteens game. It's the version of rugby you'll see in the Olympics... and we personally love it. It's a dynamic game with lots of try scoring, so why not look at playing rugby sevens? Enter into a tournament, or head down as a spectator to watch some live rugby.
Born to challenge the negativity of those who have no consideration, understanding or respect for women's rugby or women's sport, the #icare movement is one of women’s rugby empowerment. Read more about it and how you can get involved here.
Get to know some of our favourite players as they spill the tea on how they got to where they are in their career, hopes for the future of rugby, and pre-game rituals.