Below is a quick resource guide that clubs can use to make sure they stay in good standing and compliant with USA Rugby, the RRRC and the TRU. Note that this list doesn’t supersede the TRU Operating Procedures, Bylaws or Disciplinary Procedures.
We also have this available in a checklist format, refer to the TRU Club Checklist.
- Apply to the TRU – New clubs reviewed each summer for the next competitive season
- Participation Agreement – Required for all new clubs
- USA Rugby Club Registration – Complete annually after September 1 in order to be eligible for matches and referee assignments
- Player Registration – Encourage club members to register as a player after USA Rugby Club Registration has been completed
- Certified Coach on club roster – Must be at least USA Rugby L200 Certified
- Recommend an Executive Administrator on roster
- Recommend a Level 1 Match Official on roster
- View Team Contacts on WTR – Recommend all club officers are included, but at a minimum must have a primary contact. Make sure this is up to date as this is how other teams and referees can contact you
- Match add/change requests – Use this form to request match changes
- Changes/Adds under 14 days will have a $50 fee assessed
- Event Hosting Form – Want to host an event for the TRU or RRRC?
- Confirm referee team – Confirm details with all assigned referees by Wednesday of match week
- CMS Administrator – Establish a CMS administrator for each competitive season. Match data is required by Mondays at 5pm of match week or unlock fee applies
- Front Row Waiver form – Required for all league matches
- Eligibility Book – Required for all clubs and we recommend refreshing twice a year at a minimum
- XVs Roster -Editable, please make a copy
- 7s Roster – Editable, please make a copy
- Pitch Technical Zones – Required for all matches and all fields
- Touch Judge Requirement – Each club must have at least two active
- TRU Operating Procedures – Become familiar with these policies
- TRU Disciplinary Procedures – Become familiar with these policies
- TRU/RRRC, Who Does What? – Who does what in the TRU and RRRC?
- Manual Disciplinary Report – If you need to submit an “other” disciplinary report for unreported foul play or issues with spectators, coaches etc., please use this form
- Recommend attending annual TRU Summit – Held annually each summer, information posted on TRU website
- Attend TRU Annual General Meetings (AGMs) – Information posted on TRU website in Spring and Summer
- USA Rugby Transfer Deadlines – XVs is April 1; 7s is July 1
- Tournament Submission – Use this form to submit your tournament to the TRU calendar
- USA Rugby Event Sanctioning – Recommended for tournaments or other club events
- Host a USA Rugby Course – Partner with the TRU to host a coaching, referee, strength & conditioning or administrative course
- Substitution Cards – Mostly used at Championship events but can be used at other events
- Grant Request – Can be used to request grants for players, coaches or administrators
- Club Map – A map of all active TRU clubs
- TRU Brand – More information on the TRU brand
- Subscribe to TRU Feed burner – Receive all TRU News on the website via email
- TRU Facebook – Like and tag us!
- TRU Twitter – Follow and tag us!
- TRU Instagram – Follow and tag us!
- TRU Youtube – Subscribe to our channel!
Email email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help!