Frequently Asked Questions

PARENTS

If you are a parent of a current or potential player, please read the following questions to further assist your need. If you have any additional questions please contact our staff at social@rugbyohio.com.


Q: What ages does Rugby Ohio support?

A: Rugby Ohio supports boys and girls ages Pre-K thru 12th grade. The teams vary but we have a spot for everyone!


Q: Where in Ohio does Rugby Ohio play?

A: We are a statewide non-profit organization. We currently serve the surrounding areas of Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo and Youngstown and many more. For a list of our teams visit our youth or high school pages.


Q: What if Rugby Ohio doesn’t have a team where my child lives?

A: Contact us! We are actively building new teams in new areas throughout Ohio. Find out how easy it is to build a new team.


Q: How much does it cost to play rugby?

A: Prices may vary depending on youth and high school.


Q: Do you offer flag rugby?

A: Yes, flag rugby is available for children aged . Visit our youth page for more information.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Our organization that relies heavily on the work of dedicated volunteers. The Board of Directors is the governing body of Rugby Ohio and nominations to the Board are considered annually. The committees of Rugby Ohio are: Executive Committee, Communications/Public Relations Committee, Competitions Committee, Developmental and Marketing Committee, Education Committee, Finance Committee and Governance Committee. Please let us know if you’d like to become involved with one of those committees by emailing social@rugbyohio.com.


Q: How do I get in touch with a Rugby Ohio board member?

A: Visit our Board of Directors webpage to see the list of Board of Director members and their contact information.


Q: Where does Rugby Ohio get its money from?

A: Rugby Ohio charges registration fees to players to fund programming. Additional funds are generated through events and fundraising efforts. Rugby Ohio also has a small paid staff to manage programming. As a 501(c)3, tax returns for non-profits are available as public record.