Tag World Cup

2018 Tag World Cup

Tag Football World Cup | Venue To Be Advised 

ITF Member countries are invited to participate in the tournament with the objective to identify the 2018 World Champion Nation in their given grades.

The tournament will be delivered in certain age group divisions:

- Open Mens, Womens, Mixed
- 30s Mens, Senior Womens (27years+), Senior Mixed (Womens
30years, Mens 33 years)
- Under 16s, 18s Boys and Girls
- Under 21s Mens Womens, Mixed
- Over 35s Mens and Womens, Masters Mixed
- Over 40s, 45s, 50s Mens, 55 Mens

Nations to be invited
As at the time of this Brief, the ITF intends to have the following nations represented at this World Cup:

1.1 Australia
1.2 New Zealand
1.3 Great Britain
1.4 Ireland
1.5 Lebanon (Aus Based)
1.6 Indigenous Aboriginals (Aus Based)
1.7 Malta (Aus Based)
1.8 Samoa (NZ/Aus Based)
1.9 Tonga (NZ/Aus Based)
1.10 Cook Islands (NZ/Aus Based)
1.11 Niue (NZ/Aus Based)
1.12 New Zealand Maori (NZ Based) 
1.13 New Zealand Barbarians (NZ Based)
1.14 France
1.15 Fiji (NZ/Aus Based)
1.16 Vietnam (Aus Based)
1.17 Japan
1.18 South Africa
1.19 Hong Kong
1.20 Sri Lanka (Aus Based)
1.21 Phillipines (Aus Based)
1.22 China (Aus Based)
1.23 Thailand (Aus Based)
1.24 Greece (Aus Based)
1.25 Italy (Aus Based)
1.26 India (NZ Based)
1.27 Korea (Aus Based)

Visit www.tagworldcup.com for further updates


2015 Tag World Cup

The 2015 Tag World Cup took place in December 2015 on the Sunshine Coast in Australia.

Great Britain took two teams out to the 2015 World Cup, ensuring the depth and talent of the squad was at its peak. This was the second time that the British competed at the Tag World Cup.

In the 2012 Tag World Cup the Great Britain and Ireland Mixed Open team had a very tight loss to the eventual world champions, New Zealand.

Great Britain, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and almost all the Pacific Island nations competed for the prestigious 2015 Tag World Cup across mixed, men's and ladies divisions in multiple age categories.

Great Britain mixed open team just missed out on the quarter finals, after two narrow losses in the pool stage. The men's 30s team exceeded expectations by qualifying for their first ever World Cup quarter final appearance.

Game 1: Great Britain 7 Lebanon 8
Game 2: Great Britain 2 Australia 14
Game 3: Great Britain 8 Cambodia 0
Game 4: Great Britain 7 China 9
Game 5: Great Britain 8 Malta 5
Game 6: Great Britain 10 Fiji 6

GB Mixed Open Player of the Tournament - Dan O'Brien
GB Mixed Open Best Male Player - Mark Lee
GB Mixed Open Best Female Player - Garnet Mackinder
GB Mixed Open Most Improved - James Baron

Game 1: Great Britain 4 Ireland 6
Game 2: Great Britain 5 New Zealand Maori 3
Game 3: Great Britain 2 Australian Barbarians 8
Game 4: Great Britain 13 Greece 5
Game 5: Great Britain 2 New Zealand 8
Game 6: Great Britain 6 Samoa 4
Quarter Final: Great Britain 4 Australian Indigenous 10

Post 2015 tournament review https://youtu.be/MvDhnza9yZ8

The 2015 Tag World Cup in Numbers
3360 Players   
336 Coaches and Managers
60 Referees
2500 Family & Supporters
Over 40,000 views of the official Live Stream

The final Great Britain World Cup Squads can be viewed here http://www.trytagrugby.com/news/2015-06-01/great-britain-world-cup-squads-announced/

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