Athlete Memberships

Any athlete participating in minor level competition and/or training. Please refer to the Rugby Canada Age Grade Variations for Club Rugby documentation for clarification on type of rugby to be played at each age.

Minor U11 or U12 = Non-Contact or Intro to Contact Programming
Minor U6, U7, U8, U9 or U10 = Non-Contact Programming

Any athlete participating in junior level competition and/or training. Please refer to the Rugby Canada Age Grade Variations for Club Rugby documentation for clarification on type of rugby to be played at each age.

Junior U15, U16, U17, U18 or U19 = Non-Contact or Contact Programming
Junior U13 or U14 = Non-Contact or Intro to Contact Programming

Any athlete participating in senior level competition and/or training.

Any athlete participating in master level competition and/or training (over the age of 35).

Any junior, senior or masters athlete participating in touch or flag competition and/or training – participant must upgrade membership accordingly if playing in contact competition.

Any collegiate athlete (College, University, CEGEP) participating in provincially approved contact competition or training – valid from September 1 to November 30 of each year (Excluding BC Rugby)

2 Week Membership 

Any athlete participating in any level of rugby for 14 days or less (Limit: 1 per person). Participant must upgrade membership accordingly if playing in any competition after the 14-day window has expired. 

72 hour membership

Any athlete participating in any level of rugby for 72 hours or less (Limit: 1 per person). Participant must upgrade membership accordingly
if playing in any competition after the 72 hour window has expired. 

A short term registration option for non-contact rugby programming that lasts up to 12-weeks. Programming is tied to the location and duration indicated by the program organizer.

For more information on the 12-week membership click here.  

Management Memberships

An individual that leads and/or assists with coaching of an athlete or team in either a training or competitive environment in accordance with World Rugby Laws of the Game and/or Rugby Canada National Law Variations.

An individual who is assigned to a club/team for the purpose of facilitating administrative duties.

An individual who is responsible for enforcing the World Rugby Laws of the Game, and/or Rugby Canada National Law Variations, during a competitive match or in a training environment.

An individual that coaches a match official in either a training or competition environment in accordance with World Rugby Laws of the Game and/or Rugby Canada National Law Variations.

An individual who is responsible for being the first responder to an injured participant in either a competitive match or training environment.

Club Support Memberships

An individual who is part of a group of people who jointly oversee the activities of a member club/organization.

IMPORTANT: All Board members within clubs must be registered.

 

A non-participation membership for any person who is a supporter of a club. This membership does not have any exposure to the National Insurance Program.

An individual who assists in club activities, which may include but not limited to game day parking volunteers, event volunteers and/or minor festival volunteers.  A volunteer cannot perform the role of a coach, assistant coach, match official or medical staff.