The next five months will be pretty dizzying for the Eagles and their fans. From July 18 through Oct. 11, the men's 15s teams will play 11 matches in a span of about 12 weeks. Don't forget the 7s team will be busy with the Olympic Qualifier in June and the Pan-Am Games in July.
This is obviously a very postitive thing. The team will have an unprecedented amount of assembly time leading into a... Read More
The long-rumored match between the United States and Australia at Soldier Field has been confirmed and announced. The Wallabies will take on the USA Sept. 5 at Chicago's Soldier Field, the site of a record sell-out match between the All Blacks and Eagles last November.
“It is my hope that after a full summer schedule, our squad will be close to peak form, additional matches before the Rugby... Read More
2015 is going to be an incredibly busy year for the men’s Eagles, both 15s and 7s, with the Rugby World Cup in the fall and the Olympic Qualification ongoing through June. We have lined out a rough schedule below.
Impressive in this schedule is the Eagles’ long lead up to the World Cup. In 2011, they had just three full-fledged matches to get ready for the quadrennial tournament. This time around... Read More
USA Rugby announced Thursday its selection of San Francisco as the host city for its 2018 Sevens Rugby World Cup bid. The national governing body will work in concert with the San Francisco Giants, San Jose Earthquakes, and the Bay Area Sports Organizing Committee.
“Hosting a Rugby World Cup in the U.S.A. would be a huge boost to the development of the game of rugby in the U.S.A. and support the... Read More
It might seem premature 10 months out, but in reality, the Eagles won’t meet again until July, 2015, so we’ve seen all the rugby the United States will play until they’re just weeks from selection deadline for the Rugby World Cup. You’ll see an initial squad of hopefuls listed, but ultimately, only 30 will get on a plane for England.
The storyline of expanding a World Cup player pool through the... Read More