GRAND RAPIDS RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB
No experience is needed to join. We host a Division 3 and a Division 4 side. This means that there is plenty of opportunity for everyone to play on game day, regardless of skill, age, or athleticism. With two sides, we still practice as one unit; this allows for new comers to gain valuable insight and experience from more seasoned players.
2021 Grand Rapids Rugby Fall Schedule
Below is a schedule of events and games.
2021 Grand Rapids Rugby Fall XVs Schedule (subject to change)!
· D3 – Capital Area Crisis
|10/02 – LEAGUE BYE|
· D3 @ Traverse Bay
· D3 @ Kalamazoo
· D4 @ Ypsilanti
· D3 @ Toledo
· D3 Fort Wayne
· D4 Fort Wayne
· @ Eastside
· D3 @ Michigan
11/06 – Eastern Conference Championship
11/13 – Midwest Championship
Join The Gazelles
Interested in joining the men’s side? Don’t hesitate to contact us for more info – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesdays & Thursdays (Men & Women)
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Sometimes we practice on the field, sometimes we practice in space adjacent to the field, and sometimes we practice near parking lot/ community pool. Either way, you should see us.
The club regularly participates in community engagement throughout West Michigan, facilitates fundraising events, and contributes back to the sport.
Established Since 1978
The history of the Grand Rapids Gazelles RFC dates back to the spring of 1978.
Highland Park – 600 College Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI
About one block north of I-196 on College Ave NE. Exit 78. Park on the street and walk down the grass hill. Additional parking is available on Grand Ave NE at the intersection of Flat St NE, or in the Highland Park parking lot at Grand and Portage. Both spots are a considerable walk to the field.
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2021 FALL SCHEDULE
Established In 1978
The history of the Grand Rapids Gazelles RFC dates back to the spring of 1978. Ed Teliczan was playing with the Kalamazoo Harlequins and decided to start his own team in Grand Rapids. Success quickly followed for the club, and we have since acquired several national championships in both 15’s and 7’s play. The Gazelles compete in club competition regulated by USA Rugby. Currently we have a Men’s Division III. The Men’s Division III side are nationally ranked, and compete for National Titles each year.