Ruggerpalooza 2017

On June 10th, Liberty Rugby Club will host the 2nd Annual Ruggerpalooza Youth Rugby Tournament at Moshier Park in Burien, Washington.  The tournament is sponsored by Firmani + Associates and will showcase the fastest growing youth sport in America and all the lively, hardworking kids making it happen. Liberty Rugby Club, a non-profit youth sports organization, will host the tournament, featuring youth and high school rugby sevens teams from all over the Pacific Northwest, as well as appearances from current and former U.S. National Team players.

TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

Date:  June 10, 2017
Kickoff:  10:00 a.m.
Cost:  FREE
Contact:  Sean Twohey, sean2e@comcast.net
Location:  Moshier Park, 430 S. 156th Street, Burien, WA 98148

Register today for tournament details and updates.

ALL LEVELS OF PLAY

Ruggerpalooza will host all levels of play for our youth ruggers, ranging from coed 1st-4th age group all the way up to boys and girls high school levels. Additionally, we are excited to feature a 15's exhibition match by our Washington State Loggers all-star team. We anticipate a great turnout of teams from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Canada. Spread the word and register your team today!

CLICK HERE for the Ruggerpalooza Tournament Schedule (as of 6/5/2017, subject to change).

 1st/4th (Touch)5th/6th7th/8thJVVarsity
Co-Ed7's7's & 12's
Boys7's & 12's7's & 12's7's & 12's
Girls7's & 12's7's & 12's7's & 12's
WA Loggers15's

sponsor

Liberty Rugby Club wants to thank Firmani + Associates for sponsoring the Ruggerpalooza 2017 tournament. Your assistance is helping us promote the sport of rugby and teach teamwork and sportsmanship to our young athletes.  Thank you. 

ACTIVITIES

  • Kicking and Passing Contests
  • Meet USA Eagles National Players
  • Team and Merchant Booths
  • Ample Parking

 

  • Rugby Skills Clinics
  • Food and Concessions Available
  • Restrooms Available
  • And More!
At Ruggerpalooza 2016, USA Eagles and Seattle Saracens players Matt Trouville, Mike Shepherd and Naima Reddick joined in the fun and wowwed the awestruck kids. They signed some autographs, posed for photo ops and even occasionally jumped into a game to have fun with the players.