The Eastside Lions Rugby Club - Home of Youth Rugby on the Seattle East Side
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Our coaches have been busy. Find out how to register for the new season.
New this week the U12, U10 and U8 all practice from Saturday 20th February. If you are new this week just complete the forms on the registration page and turn up at Lake Washington High School at the following times. U14 and U12 practice from 2pm -4pm (parents please be prepared to collect them at 3:30…Read More
New Season Practice Schedule
High School and U14 practice location
We have multiple boys and girls teams catering for grades 1-12, and serve more than 160 players from the Greater Eastside area.
The Eastside Lions Youth Rugby covers Clyde Hill, Bellevue, Mercer Island, Redmond, Kirkland, Renton, Sammamish, Bothell and Snohomish
Our sister club, The Mountain Lions, covers Issaquah, Snoqualmie, North Bend, Fall City, , Carnation, Preston, and Duvall areas.
We play 15's format in the Winter and Spring and 7's format in the Summer.
We have a proud history of mentoring and developing character, sportsmanship and teamwork in young athletes through the wonderful game of rugby.
Our coaches are USA Rugby Certified. Many hail from some of the most respected rugby-playing nations across the world where they played and coached rugby at all levels. We take our mission seriously, and so you'll see our coaches spend many long hours on a dark rainy night passionately imparting their knowledge to unlock the potential in each and every boy or girl.
We are committed to building the best high school girls rugby program in the state of Washington. Our High School program has been very successful in developing our girls into great rugby players with great team spirit and an exceptionally strong team bond. Come along to one of our practices to see the great atmosphere, team spirit and fun that our girls team is known for. Learn more from these links:
Rugby is played throughout the world by men and women, boys and girls. There are over 6.6million players across 120 countries participating in rugby on a regular basis.
Players are attracted to Rugby because of its unique character-building values.
Our sport is built upon the principles of camaraderie, fair play, respect and teamwork. Every player knows these principles are more important than winning or losing.
From the earliest steps in our sport, players are taught the basics of playing fair, enjoying the game and respecting the officials and opponents alike.