Question 5

What should I do if I want to start my own Tag Rugby team?

Ask your work colleagues: A large number of Tag Rugby teams play with their company's backing and support. Tag Rugby is a great team building exercise and an excellent way for everyone to get out of the office once a week for a bit of fun and socialising and some healthy sporting action. Try Tag Rugby has a customisable office poster to help you recruit a team from your office. Please email info@trytagrugby.com for a copy of the poster or click here to download the poster.
Ask your friends and family: Tag Rugby is a great way to meet up with old friends from school or University on a regular basis. And because you are taking part in an outdoor, social activity, you will all benefit from a fitness point of view as well! Plus you can head into the after match venue after the game to discuss the match and catch up on old times!
Ask your teammates from other sports: In recent years, various sports teams such as Rugby League, Rugby Union, Touch Rugby, Football, Netball, Australian Rules Football, Gaelic Football, Hurling, Basketball, Hockey – even Dodgeball have played Tag Rugby to keep them in shape during their off-season or as an alternative sport one night a week.
Put a message on your Facebook or email everyone in your contacts: With people drawing friends and colleagues from many different social networks, with a little bit of effort it’s not hard to find enough players to form a team. If one or two of your new team mates also contact their networks, you’ll have a team in no time!  
 

What should I do if I want to start my own Tag Rugby team?

You have a number of options:

  • Ask your work colleagues. A large number of Tag Rugby teams play with their company's backing and support. Tag Rugby is a great team building exercise and an excellent way for everyone to get out of the office once a week for a bit of fun and socialising and some healthy sporting action. Try Tag Rugby has a customisable office poster to help you recruit a team from your office. Please email info@trytagrugby.com for a copy of the poster or click here to download the poster.
  • Ask your friends and family. Tag Rugby is a great way to meet up with old friends from school or University on a regular basis. And because you are taking part in an outdoor, social activity, you will all benefit from a fitness point of view as well! Plus you can head into the after match venue after the game to discuss the match and catch up on old times!
  • Ask your teammates from other sports. In recent years, various sports teams such as Rugby League, Rugby Union, Touch Rugby, Football, Netball, Australian Rules Football, Gaelic Football, Hurling, Basketball, Hockey – even Dodgeball have played Tag Rugby to keep them in shape during their off-season or as an alternative sport one night a week. If you’d like to earn over £1500 for your sports club whilst playing Tag Rugby, please click here for more information.
  • Put a message on your Facebook or email everyone in your contacts. With people drawing friends and colleagues from many different social networks, with a little bit of effort it’s not hard to find enough players to form a team. If one or two of your new team mates also contacts their networks, you’ll have a team in no time!  
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